Justin Bieber has rocked a pretty stable uniform of denim, leather and kicks on the promotional cycle for 'Believe.' He rocks a sexy and similar version of that look with fashion forward hoodies and sweats on the summer 2012 cover of Rollacoaster magazine. That's some hotness right there, especially with that tousled, "I just got back from the beach" coif.

The Biebs is wearing amped up, stylish leisurewear throughout the spread -- even a shirt stamped with the phrase "Mother," which made us think of his uber adorbs mama Pattie Mallette. Besides being the most famous and most photographed (hello, paparazzi chase in L.A.) 18-year-old on the planet, he is a teenager who likes to dress comfortably without sacrificing style on his dates with his girlfriend. He looks like the boy next door in these images, jacked up a notch. He's pouty, disheveled and tugging at his threads.

In his cover feature, he discusses a familiar topic, which is growing up with his fans, instead of having them grow up and move on without him.

The Biebs also isn't shy about admitting his competitive streak. He loves when he breaks digital records or when he racks up another accolade. He wants to be bigger, do better and achieve more.

"Each time I break a record, I'm always happy," the 'As Long as You Love Me' singer said (quotes via Mail Online.) "With my YouTube stuff, 'Baby' has more views than any video – ever. So my next goal is to reach one billion views on a video."

There is nothing wrong with shooting for the moon! No matter what, you'll land among the stars. If Biebs enlists Beliebers with a call of action to watch a vid on repeat in order to accumulate a billion views via a simple tweet, it's on and mission will be accomplished.