There’s been a flurry of activity on Justin Bieber’s Twitter account in the last 24 hours: one by one, he’s been revealing the titles of the songs from his forthcoming Purpose album. Each track name has been incorporated into a piece of graffiti in a different city; so far, the locales include Berlin, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, London, and Sydney.
“What Do You Mean,” the first single from Purpose, will be the third track, and “Sorry,” released last week, will follow “What Do You Mean” in the fourth slot. Charlie Puth chimed in to note that track six, “Company,” is “insane.”
In addition to these track names, Bieber revealed that another song, “The Feeling,” is a duet with Halsey.
Purpose drops November 13. Scan the rest of Bieber's tweets below—the album is reportedly 18 tracks so there are still a few more murals to be revealed.