Teen sensation Justin Bieber kicked off a new charity drive coinciding with Tuesdays release of his Christmas album, Under The Mistletoe. The 17-year-olds holiday record, released around the world, features the festive single Mistletoe, alongside collaborations with Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, Usher, Boys II Men and The Band Perry. An early review from Billboard Magazines Kerri Mason, said Under The Mistletoe was Biebers most musically mature work to date. Writing for entertainment website TheWrap.com, Chris Willman noted the singers voice has lost some of its falsetto range and is now relative baritone. Prior to the albums debut, Nielsen SoundScan figures showed Under The Mistletoe pre-selling a strong 164,000 copies, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which should put it high on pop charts this coming week. Reuters