Justin Bieber may be legal, but he's still not an adult, the singer said on Friday's Today show while talking to NBC's Matt Lauer. The Bieb is set on debuting a new more adult sound with his upcoming album Believe, but he still has a way to go in real life.
"I'm at a place where I'm 18. I'm still growing up. I'm still learning about different things -- girls, my music -- so it's like I'm not all the way there," Justin admitted. "I'm at a stage where I'm growing. My fans are growing with me, and I just want to make music that reflects that."
Still, Justin is nervous about making the transition and failing to meet his fans' expectations. "I think it's about proving people wrong and going out there and making that good music," the "Boyfriend" singer said. "Or else, I'm going to be another teen heartthrob, but I want to be remembered."
Justin also addressed his recent backstage mishap, when he ran into a glass wall during a concert performance in Paris. "I really actually hit it hard. I got a concussion and everything," Biebs said. He also revealed he's used to dealing with concussions thanks to his days playing hockey. "I got hit in the boards all the time," he added.
Meanwhile, the New York Daily News reports that Justin's brand-new perfume, Girlfriend, will debut at Macy's on Monday, June 18. It comes in a pink and purple bottle that's "wrapped" in a swirl of pink, purple and gold-colored metal.
Justin's latest album Believe hits shelves on June 19 and his sold-out Believe North American tour, with Carly Rae Jepsen opening, kicks off September 29 in Glendale, Arizona.
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