2. Justin won't be singing to the tween set on Believe; he'll be singing to their older sisters.
"Baby, baby, baby..." No. If "Boyfriend" is any indication, JB isn't content with singing PG and PG-13 records anymore. That's not to say that he's recording an album that deserves a "Parental Advisory" sticker or anything. But you might not be able to play every song on the album for your 4-year-old daughter anymore. Biebs is, after all, 18 now. So don't expect an album filled with pop-friendly hits that cater to kids and tweens. There's going to be some content that could probably be considered "mature." Even if that just means that JB is singing (and rapping!) about things like love, relationships, and heartbreak.