Another day, another Justin Bieber flavoured drama.
After spending much of the year embroiled in legal turmoil, the singer is now at the center of a race row after footage of him using the “N-Word” surfaced.
“My b*tch is so gorgeous…I might pay her mortgage.”
The line above can be found somewhere in ‘Looking for You’, the latest release by Pop prince Justin Bieber!
Featuring Atlanta’s very own Migos, the number sees the star continue his flirtation with Urban Contemporary, but-unlike ‘All That Matters’ and the stellar ‘Confident‘- sees him embrace the generic, doing away with the personality that made the aforementioned jams the hits that they were, to release what feels like a Chris Brown throwaway.
Will you like it?
Press play and weigh in below…
It was only a matter of time.
Pop forces Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber share a manager in media mogul Scooter Braun.
As such, it’s little surprise that the young talents have teamed up (or been paired up) in support of Grande’s sophomore effort.
Preceded by bonafide smash ‘Problem’, the LP may now boast a Bieber feature — if the pair’s exchange on Twitter today is anything to go by:
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 2, 2014
There, of course, remains the possibility that the duet could be for Justin’s new project. Still, whichever way it’s diced or sliced, it’d be a good look for them both. Right?
Before dropping the first single from his fourth studio album, Justin Bieber gifts his fans a brand new cut today, celebrating their spirits with ‘We Were Born For This.’
Flaunting the voice that oft finds itself overlooked in the hype that is his celebrity, the ballad was reportedly record during studio sessions arranged for his aforementioned new album, set to compete with new LPs to be launched by the likes of Usher, Rihanna, Kanye West and Nicki Minaj, all of whom have set 2014 release dates for their new material.
Press play for a demure and mature JB below…
For decades, the music industry has found itself accused of having a biased against acts of ethnic origin, whose ideas are shunned and billed unappealing when fronted by themselves, but embraced and welcomed when ‘borrowed’ by their more ‘traditional’ counterparts.
Today, as he begins work on his latest studio album, Justin Bieber is accused of using Hip Hop culture to further his career by ‘Original Man‘ Lord Jamar, who accuses the star of glorifying a culture rappers are oft penalised for embracing to appear edgy to his core audience.
His words below…
After teaming up to the deliver the feel-good jam ‘I Would’ two years ago, pals Justin Bieber and Elijah Blake can now be found in the city of Toronto, building bops for the former’s brand new studio album!
Hitting the studio as Blake’s name continues to flow towards mainstream notoriety, the pair have joined forces to whip up new material for the ‘Journals’ writer, taking to Elijah‘s ‘Instagram’ to tease the R&B-tinged effort.
Check it out below!