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Justin Bieber Reveals Title of Two New Acoustic Songs, Promotes a Debit Card

Justin Bieber's personal life may be in turmoil following his breakup with girlfriend Selena Gomez and his name being dragged into a marijuana scandal but  his professional life has not taken any hit. Bieber has announced the title of his two new acoustic songs over Twitter and seems pretty excited about it. The pop sensation is also all set to promote a prepaid debit card for a financial services company.

"Focused. #BELIEVEacoustic," along with the photo above, which showcases the new song titles - "Yellow Rain Coat" and "I Would," Bieber tweeted to his 30 million followers on Twitter. And there are very good chances that the songs are dedicated to his lady love Selena Gomez.

"Justin told Selena that he wrote her a bunch of new songs and they are going on the album," Hollywood Life quoted an insider, according to whom Bieber is trying to get things right with the lass. "He is desperate for her attention, but she is flattered. Sel loves him but just wants him to treat her better. But she loves when he sings about her, so she's flattered."

Since the revelation Twitter has been abuzz with fans expressing their excitement about the songs.

The 18-year-old is also gearing up to promote a prepaid debit card for the financial services company BillMyParents.com, reports Forbes. The "Baby" hit maker will front the ad and act as an ambassador to promote "responsible spending among teens."

Though this move might benefit Bieber's soaring career, it comes across as ironical as the singer has been called arrogant and a spendthrift in the past due to his lifestyle. It has also been said that everything being at his beck and call has gotten into Bieber's head and he might end up like Britney Spears whose career saw a massive downfall due to her lifestyle.

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