Justin Bieber, the new Aaron Carter

In the age of 16 years, Justin Bieber has stormed the music business like a tornado.
With his second album “My World a couple of.0,” it surely gives a fresh, teen, sweet pop and R&B music for today general listener.
Singles like “Stuck in the Middle” offer a strong impression about young teenage love stories and experiences that is both suitable and appropriate for younger audiences.
Besides that, a new and clean single with a combination of rap and R&B that has shown in “Baby” featuring Ludacris absolutely give me a surprise.
Most mainstream rap lyrics are concerned with money and cars but fortunately those themes are written in the single. It is absolutely nice to hear a rap artist rapping with less tense and violent lyrics and replacing them with relaxing and enjoyable rap lyrics.
Another single worth taking some precious time in listening to it is “Up.”
In a strange way, the track reminds me of the Disney-Pixar movie “Up.” The song contains some wonderful and positive moral values such never give up and keep trying harder. That is what young people need right now to boost their confident and believing that they are able to accomplish anything in life.
Like all R&B albums there are both fast and slow tracks; no doubt this album is no exception.
With the track “Overboard,” there’s a slower feel like Alicia Keys’ “No One.”
But nonetheless, it is a good start to be distinct from other R&B mainstream music.
This genre has transformed, even with artists like Usher and Alicia Keys.
The album is surely a keeper with a fresh new pop and R&B face in today’s music.
There seems to be a good future for this young, talented artist.
Hopefully he will produce a good old quality album in the upcoming future.
No doubt, there are audiences just like me listening to younger artist. I guess it is good to remember your childhood experiences from songs in this album.

In the age of 16 years, Justin Bieber has stormed the music business like a tornado. With his second album “My World a couple of.0,” it surely gives a fresh, teen, sweet pop and R&B music for today general listener.Singles like “Stuck in the Middle” offer a strong impression about young teenage love stories and experiences that is both suitable and appropriate for younger audiences.Besides that, a new and clean single with a combination of rap and R&B that has shown in “Baby” featuring Ludacris absolutely give me a surprise.Most mainstream rap lyrics are concerned with money and cars but fortunately those themes are written in the single. It is absolutely nice to hear a rap artist rapping with less tense and violent lyrics and replacing them with relaxing and enjoyable rap lyrics.Another single worth taking some precious time in listening to it is “Up.”In a strange way, the track reminds me of the Disney-Pixar movie “Up.” The song contains some wonderful and positive moral values such never give up and keep trying harder. That is what young people need right now to boost their confident and believing that they are able to accomplish anything in life.Like all R&B albums there are both fast and slow tracks; no doubt this album is no exception. With the track “Overboard,” there’s a slower feel like Alicia Keys’ “No One.”But nonetheless, it is a good start to be distinct from other R&B mainstream music.This genre has transformed, even with artists like Usher and Alicia Keys.The album is surely a keeper with a fresh new pop and R&B face in today’s music. There seems to be a good future for this young, talented artist.Hopefully he will produce a good old quality album in the upcoming future.No doubt, there are audiences just like me listening to younger artist. I guess it is good to remember your childhood experiences from songs in this album.

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