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Justin Bieber: 'There were so many times when I considered quitting music' Get Tickets

Pint-sized singer has also revealed the tracklisting for his new album

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Justin Bieber has revealed that only the love of his fans stopped him from quitting music altogether.

The pint-sized pop star, who releases his second album 'Believe' on June 18, has said that despite his new-found wealth and fame, he very nearly quit music a number of times.

Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, the teen heartthrob said: "There were so many times when I just wanted to say, ‘Enough is enough, I don't want to do this any more.'"

Bieber spoke about this when asked to explain why he believes the lyric "you kept my heart from falling" is the best he's ever written.

Then asked to expand on this: "I think it's so important to me because it's about my fans and how much they've helped me. They really have kept my heart from falling because they've always been there and supported me and cheered me on."

Bieber has also revealed the tracklisting for his new album and confirmed that Ludacris, Drake, Big Sean and Nicki Minaj all make appearances.

The tracklisting for 'Believe' is as follows:

'All Around The World' feat Ludacris
'Boyfriend'
'As Long As You Love Me' feat Big Sean
'Take You'
'Right Here' feat Drake
'Catching Feelings'
'Fall'
'Die In Your Arms'
'Thought Of You'
'Beauty And A Beat' feat Nicki Minaj
'One Love'
'Be Alright'
'Believe'
'Out Of Town Girl'
'She Don’t Like The Lights'
'Maria'
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