Scooter Braun, management of Justin Bieber, has said 2019 is going to be a big year for the singer.

Get ready for Justin Bieber to take over your eardrums later this year. If the news is true, it'll be the fifth album to be released by Canadian singer.

Braun, who also represents major players such as Ariana Grande and Kanye West, has teased that Justin Bieber's follow-up to 2015's 'Purpose' may arrive this year.

The manager tweeted "2019 is gonna be a wild one. I just feel it."

While his tweet doesn't reference Bieber in any way, there has also been a screenshot of a since-deleted tweet from Braun which has confirmed who he was referencing. The manager tweeted Bieber, saying "jb5!?!?" followed by some emojis.

The tweet has riled up fans to no end.

If Justin Bieber does release his fifth album this year, it'll be his first follow-up since 'Purpose,' which featured a fresh new sound from Bieber that caught many off-guard. With number one hits 'Sorry' and 'Love Yourself' Bieber's reign on worldwide charts was unstoppable in 2015 and 2016.

Justin Bieber hasn't acknowledged whether the rumour of new music is true, yet. The singer recently got married to model Hailey Baldwin.