The 27-year-old musician - who recently released his 'The Truth EP' - revealed he has sent tracks to Justin's manager Scooter Braun for the star's upcoming fourth studio record following the success of 'Boyfriend', which Mike penned for the 21-year-old musician in 2011.
Asked if he has written more music for the hunk, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I sent Scooter (Braun) some songs. I'm not sure if they're going to use any of them.''
The news comes after Justin - who features on Jack Ü's track 'Where Are Ü Now' - teased fans can expect ''uplifting music'' from him on his next release.
He said: ''Overall, I'm just happy with the place I'm at creatively. I feel like this is probably the best I've been. There's not really a direction. It's like, uplifting music that people can dance to... It's a little different, it's really uplifting and people are going to smile when they listen to it.''
Speaking earlier this year, he said: ''A lot of my inspiration comes from her. It was a long relationship and a relationship that created heartbreak and created happiness, and a lot of different emotions that I wanted to write about. So there's a lot of that on this album.''
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