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Turned Mainstream

Unfortunately, Justin Bieber has crossed over to the darkside of music. He has been turned into a single radio-friendly artist. If he wants to be taken seriously, grow out of the "teen sensation" phase and eventually win a grammy which seems to be his ultimate goal, he needs to start making music with lyrics that actually have some meaning and not say things like "swaggy." I am not a hater by any sorts, but I am not a belieber either. I am neutral so I am not biased. I listened to this album being open to his songs. The stand out tracks to me are Right Here, Believe, Thought of You, and Beauty and a Beat. The other songs are clearly filler songs and just songs to become singles. He is trying too hard to mimic the likes of Justin Timberlake, Usher, Chris Brown, and even dare to use snippets of Michael Jackson's song. (All Grammy winners). He needs to become more original and stand out as an individual, not a copycat artist. Autotune is clearly prevalent in numerous of these songs, and unfortunately he does not sing live in many performances I have seen lately, which is a shame if he wants to be taken seriously. Hopefully his next album will be more Grammy friendly, instead of teenager friendly. Also, take in for all those people who will hate on this review, majority of his awards are fan voted, not voted on by a professional group. I do not see Grammies in the future for Justin Bieber with this album, Believe. But he is definetely growing up, and maybe eventually this fantasy will become a reality.

So This is it...

After months and months of relatively annoying twitter trends, Bieber's "self-reinventive" album has arrived and I have to say its hilarious. The first thing I can guarantee after hearing this album is that you'll grasp how severe Bieber's lack of education is. Usually when one says they want to re-invent themselves, you tend to assume that they'll do something different, something unique that you wouldn't expect. This is not the case on the album. Each song is either a radio cliche that has already been done to death by other artists with significantly more skill and effort or an attempt at inducing some nostalgia over the Bieber fever days before puberty. Seriously too. FOr example, Out of town girl sounds like an exact imitation of a Chris Brown song except with worse lyrics. Speaking of lyrics, for most of the album, they are borderline stupid. It appears as if he's taken the simplicity of the many other songs written for him and dumbed them down to the point where each song consists of a chorus which is a repeated sentence and the verses are generic similes. Ultimately, this album is a cheesy, radio generic rip-off of current trendy music, which is made obvious by the use of guests (YMCMB and Big Sean, really?). Personally, I'd suggest you save your money and spend it on something actually worthwhile because there is nothing here you have not heard before.
Thank you for reading,

- Chris.


I used to hate this kid, until i actually heard his first record my world, then i realized hmmm his songs are childish but their actually not that bad, can't wait to hear his new material =)....and man has he sold out!!!!!! =(, just techno, dance, and voice effects...what happened to the kid who sang about angels falling from sky and sending him to heaven????


Born: March 01, 1994 in Stratford, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber was barely into his teens when he released his 2009 debut, My World, and became one of the youngest success stories in contemporary pop when it went either platinum or double platinum in several countries. For the next few years, successive releases -- including remix compilations, acoustic sets, a documentary tie-in, a Christmas album, and even some proper studio recordings -- shot forth at a dizzying rate. Bieber developed a massive global following, named Beliebers....
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Believe (Deluxe Edition), Justin Bieber
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Jun 19, 2012

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