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Justin Bieber Dropping Limited-Release 'Journals'

Collection includes Music Mondays releases and five new tracks

Justin Bieber performs in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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December 9, 2013 12:50 PM ET

Justin Bieber's 10-week Music Mondays series may have come to an end, but there's more Biebs ready to drop soon. Billboard reports that the singer will release a handful of new tracks along with all of the Music Mondays work in a limited-edition collection called Journals later this month. 

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Journals will only be available from December 16th until January 2nd and can be purchased exclusively on iTunes for $13.99. The collection will feature five previously unreleased songs, which include production work by Diplo and guest spots from Big Sean, Lil Wayne and Future. Two videos and the trailer for the theatrical release of Believe (which hits select theaters on Christmas Day) will also be included in the Journals package.

Although the content is only available as a package until January 2nd, the songs can still be purchased as individual tracks after that date. For those who already bought the Music Mondays songs, there's a "complete my Journal" option on iTunes similar to its "complete my album" to fill in the rest of the collection.

Billboard also reports that Bieber plans to release a video for today's track, "Confident," early in 2014, at which point he'll also announce plans for his next album, which is expected at the end of next year.

Here's the complete track list for Journals:

1. "Heartbreaker"
2. "All That Matters"
3. "Hold Tight"
4. "Recovery"
5. "Bad Day"
6. "All Bad"
7. "PYD" feat. R. Kelly
8. "Roller Coaster"
9. "Change Me"
10. "Confident" feat. Chance the Rapper
11. "One Life"
12. "Backpack" feat. Lil Wayne
13. "What’s Hatnin’" feat. Future
14. "Swap It Out"
15. "Memphis" feat. Big Sean
16. "All That Matters" (music video)
17. Believe theatrical trailer
18. Guatemala Pencils of Promise Journal Video

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