4. Believe will be way bigger and sell way more copies than My World 2.0 did.
Obviously, that's the goal here. JB is infinitely more popular today than he was back in 2010 when My World 2.0 drops. And he was BIG back then, so that's really saying something. We think Believe has the chance to be his definitive album, though. Not only will he have the tweens lining up for it. But he'll also have teens, young adults, and even a whole bunch of adults running out to buy it because it sounds like he's creating music tailored more to their tastes now. If "Boyfriend" sounds like the other stuff he's recorded, he's going for a more grown-up sound and that's definitely going to translate into more sales for him. It also means that more people will be paying attention to Believe when it drops. Get ready for Bieber Fever to hit new heights.