Justin Bieber shares ‘Purpose’ album tracklist featuring Ariana Grande, Nas, Halsey and more

Big Sean and Travis Scott will also feature on the LP, out on November 13

Justin Bieber has shared the full tracklist for his new album, revealing a host of guest stars set to appear on the LP.

The singer releases ‘Purpose’ on November 13, his fourth full-length to date, following 2012’s ‘Believe’.

Having already spawned the singles ‘What Do You Mean?’, ‘Sorry’ and ‘Where Are U Now’, the entire 19-song tracklisting has now been unveiled.

It will feature guest spots from rappers Nas, Big Sean and Travis Scott, plus singer Halsey and Ariana Grande. It had already been revealed that Diplo and Skrillex would contribute to the album.

See the full tracklist beneath.

‘Mark My Words’
‘Show You’
‘What Do You Mean?’
‘Sorry’
‘Love Yourself’
‘Company’
‘No Pressure’ Feat. Big Sean
‘No Sense’ feat. Travis Scott
‘The Feeling’ feat. Halsey
‘Life Is Worth Living’
‘Where Are U Now’ feat. Diplo and Skrillex
‘Children’
‘Purpose’
‘Been You’
‘Get Used to Me’
‘We Are’ feat. Nas
‘Trust’
‘All In it’
‘What Do You Mean (Remix)’ Feat. Ariana Grande

The singer recently shared a ‘dance video’ for his new track ‘Sorry’.

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber compared his approach to pop music to that of Michael Jackson when appearing on Radio 1’s Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw this week, telling the host that he “always wants to stay pop”.

Bieber explained that he didn’t think that ‘pop’ was a dirty word but just means that “the majority of people like it”.

“I think pop music isn’t necessarily cheesy, it’s just how you make popular music. You take what’s popular in the world right now and you flip it and make it your own,” he said.

“I think that’s something awesome that Michael Jackson did. He always took something so relevant at the time, like funk and techno.”

“I just want to collaborate with the best and make good music,” Bieber added.