Justin Bieber posts 11 track teasers on Instagram

Justin Bieber posts 11 track teasers on Instagram

The ‘Biebs’ has posted 11 track teasers on his Instagram today sending fans in a craze.

The 15 second clips were recordings of the studio soundboard as he moves the camera along to the beat of the teaser song playing in the background. The only hint the star shared with us concerning any upcoming project was a tweet.

He also only captioned the first clip “cold waters”, leaving us guessing the names of the other ten.

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Upcoming album Justin? What do you think of the new tracks?

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