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Bieber: Unlock the mystery!

Published 29/08/2015

Justin Bieber has invited fans to play a titillating game ahead of his November album release date.

The 21-year-old pop star finally made his fresh song What Do You Mean available to fans on Friday, the first solo tune he’s released since 2013.

And just to add even more excitement to Beliebers around the world, Justin has invited his fans to play a game so they can see the cover for his forthcoming album.

“yep. new album coming november 13th. pre-order on my store to unlock the album art (sic),” he wrote on Twitter, attaching a black and white image of a lock to the message.

But this isn’t the only titillating act Justin committed on Friday.

He also revealed a sexy teaser of the music video for What Do You Mean, which was directed by Brad Furman and co-stars John Leguizamo. In the clip masked intruders are seen attempting to kidnap Justin while he is romancing his girl on a bed. The heartthrob fights back, but it’s unknown if he wins the struggle. The woman in the video Justin is captured making out with is 25-year-old Moldovan model Xenia Deli, a former Playboy model who is said to be his current romantic interest in real life.

“you got the song and the lyric video. Now the #whatdoyoumean music video come out on @vevo 11 pm est on sunday after #VMAs. Here is a teaser :) love you guys (sic),” Justin wrote on Instagram in a caption attached to the clip.

Justin has been hard at work promoting his third studio album of late, the musician’s first offering since 2012 LP Believe hit the shelves.

And Variety is reporting he will also take on a weeklong residency on The Today Show starting Monday September 7. Justin is due to put on live performances on the American daytime talk programme Thursday September 10 and Friday September 11.

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