Justin Bieber hopes his new 'Believe Acoustic' album will make people focus on his music and appreciate him as an "artist".The 18-year-old singer hopes his new album 'Believe Acoustic' will make fans focus on his music, rather than his personal life, and thinks the record will prove his real talent tocritics.He told TV talk show host Jimmy Fallon: "It's just good music. It just shows that I wasn't made, I was found on YouTube and it shows people music is music. That's what you needto focus on - listening to the music. I'm an artist. I'm not - I'm a singer and I want to show people what I love to do."The 'Baby' hitmaker - whose on/off relationship with Selena Gomez has been the subject of much recent speculation says the record shows off his "raw" side because the music isso stripped-back.He added: "I wanted to basically strip it down so it's just me and an acoustic guitar. Some of it is me and a piano but most of it is just raw me. I think the fans really like it because it'sjust kind of how I started. I started with just me on the internet. Not really with all the produced pop music and so it's just that it's just really mellowed down and I feel like it's madefor all ages."