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Justin Bieber reveals track list for new album ‘Purpose’ via graffiti

If you just can’t wait to see what’s coming on Justin Bieber’s new album Purpose, you’re in luck. Justin Bieber spent his Wednesday afternoon teasing his fans of what’s to come on his album, revealing song titles via pictures of graffiti from around the globe.

He starting tweeting the album’s tracks and sharing them on Instagram one at a time, tagging them #purposealbum. The first song, Mark My Words, was revealed as graffiti on walls in Australia. Track two, I’ll Show You, appeared to have come from London, and What Do You Mean was from Stockholm, Sweden, according to Rolling Stone.

Bieber’s most recent single Sorry, which is seriously kicking butt, was featured in graffiti from Paris, France. His fifth song, Love Yourself, was shown on a wall in Oslo, Norway. The sixth image showed the song title Company on a wall in Berlin, Germany.

Then, he proceeded to post his other tracks via pretty sweet graffiti, which were featured on North American walls.

Fans everywhere are pumped about this new album, which includes collaborators such as Big Sean, Travi$ Scott, Halsey and Diplo and Skrillex of Jack Ü. Purpose is Bieber’s fourth LP and his first album since Believe in 2012. His new album comes out on November 13.

Here are all of the tracks that will appear on Purpose courtesy of Rolling Stone: 

1. “Mark My Words”
2. “I’ll Show You”
3. “What Do You Mean?”
4. “Sorry”
5. “Love Yourself”
6. “Company”
7. “No Pressure” featuring Big Sean
8. “No Sense” featuring Travi$ Scott
9. “The Feeling” featuring Halsey
10. “Life Is Worth Living”
11. “Where Are Ü Now” featuring Jack Ü
12. “Children”
13. “Purpose”
14. “Been You”
15. “Get Used To Me”
16. “We Are” featuring Nas
17. “Trust”
18. “All In It”
19. “What Do You Mean” (Remix)

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