Justin Bieber has wrapped his Believe world tour, but he's not letting the grass grow. The 19-year-old has announced plans to release his Journals collection in time for this Christmas.
The Canadian star's set will comprise all of his previous "Music Mondays" songs including his most recent "Confident" collaboration with Chance The Rapper and five unreleased tracks, Billboard reports.
The bounty continues. Journals will include three videos --- "All That Matters," Bieber's Guatemala Pencils Of Promise Journal Video, and the theatrical trailer for his Christmas opening Believe film.
The complete Journals package will be available on iTunes priced at $13.99 for a limited time from December 16 to January 2.
Those who have already purchased "Music Mondays" tracks can top up their set with a "complete my Journal" request, similar to a "complete my album" request.
After January 2, Bieber's Journals will continue to be sold on a track-by-track basis on iTunes.
Of much more note is the confirmation of the big name collaborators hinted at by Justin on Twitter and last week's report from Complex.com revealing "Music Mondays" continues after "Confident."
Diplo will steps up on production chores for one of the unreleased new jams, which will also feature rapper Big Sean.
Another track will feature Lil Wayne, with another spotlighting producer-artist Future.
Billboard notes the teen star's response to their recent tweet that his Chance The Rapper feature would wrap his 10-week-10-song promotional drive.
At the time, the singer replied:
@billboard who is closing out? :) 12.16 Journals. Expect the unexpectedAnd as it turns out, there's a lot more to come from the Biebs.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) December 6, 2013
Currently still in Perth, Australia where he finished out his tour on December 8, the pop prince will film a video for "Confident" when he returns to the US which will be unveiled in early 2014.
Billboard reports that when the "Confident" video drops, Bieber will also announce details about his upcoming full-length album scheduled to arrive in the fourth quarter of 2014.
It certainly sounds like the singer is overdue for the two weeks plus vacation he has planned, amid time spent in the studio to which he has already returned.
For the full Journals tracklisting, visit here.
[Last "Baby" Rendition on Bieber's Believe Tour in Perth, Australia].