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Jessica Goodman
October 09, 2015 AT 04:43 PM EDT

Justin Bieber has been teasing the name of his new album for a few days, and Friday he revealed that the collection will be called Purpose. Due out Nov. 13, it will feature images by the street artist Retna.

Bieber began revealing the art on Instagram with hashtags for Purpose and Retna. His rep confirmed the news to EW and explained that the image was specifically designed for the album cover.

Purpose will include his hit singles “Where Are U Now?” and “What Do You Mean?” which helped Bieber make history when it hit No. 1 and made him the youngest male artist to debut a top-charting single. Earlier this year, a source told EW that the album will be about “the experience of being Justin Bieber.”

See all the Instagram posts, which comprise the album cover.

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