In anticipation of his forthcoming album "Believe," Justin Bieber stopped by the "Today" show to chat with Matt Lauer about his whirlwind year, as well as deliver a few of his hits to throngs of screaming fans.
"I want to be remembered," Bieber declared during his sit-down, in which he discussed his penchant for running into glass walls as well as his personal goals for his latest full-length. "I think ['Believe'] is about proving people wrong and going out there and making good music and going out there and performing better than everyone else."
Along with his latest hit single "Boyfriend," which sits at No. 10 on the Hot 100, Bieber performed his "My World 2.0" smash "Baby," and new cut "As Long As You Love Me." For the latter track, the Biebs invited rapper Big Sean onstage for his guest verse.
"Believe" hits stores on June 19, and this fall, the Biebs will support the album with an extensive arena tour. Add some Bieber fever into your life by reading last week's Billboard cover story on the teen superstar, and check out our track-by-track review of "Believe."