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Justin Bieber's Unplugged Album Gets Official Release Date

October 25, 2010 (3:25 am) GMT
The stripped-down album is expected to include a new material and scheduled to be made available for purchase next month.

's acoustic album which was announced earlier this month has got an official release date. As a holiday treatment for his fans, he is going to drop the effort across United States on November 23, few days before American's Christmas shopping season Black Friday.

"On November 23rd the Unplugged Acoustic album comes out! Taking it back to how we started. Spread the word," Bieber posted on Twitter. Prior to revealing the release date, he hinted about listing a new song in it. He wrote, "Maybe we need to give everybody an UNPLUGGED acoustic album with that new song I cut in Hawaii for the holidays...thoughts???"

Beside preparing the unplugged set, Justin Bieber also works on his next studio installment. In an interview on the red carpet of 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, he noted, "[It'll] probably [come out] fourth quarter next year. is gonna be on that album; I'm not sure [who else]. I'm gonna ask him if he can get [Lil] Wayne on there."

In the meantime, Bieber is still on a tour to promote his two albums "My World" and its follow-up "". The traveling show will be filmed in a 3-D movie "Never Say Never" which is scheduled to come out around Valentine's Day next year.

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