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Justin Bieber - Boyfriend (1st Single)

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by AllStar7, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. True but it's also not bandwagon jumping dubpop
  2. I think it sounds fresh. Neptunes production is not outdated, just different.
  3. Resi12

    Resi12 Guest

    If anything I think R&B is slowly seeping it's way back up the charts. Thankfully it's not dubstep.
  4. Is this meant to be a bad thing?

    Actually this track made me rediscover 'Girlfriend' by them. Such a good song.
  5. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    No, to me it's the only redeeming part of the song.

    I hat 'Girlfriend'. Way to end on a low note.
  6. Get out.

    'Girlfriend' is glorious and I will not hear anything bad said about it.
  7. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    Anything that has Justin Timberlake whispering in it gets skipped by me.
  8. I am SHOCKED.
  9. His entire discography then?
  10. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    Yep. If that sort of music starts to make a real comeback I'll cry.
  11. It's only one person. I think I could cope with that.
  12. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    OK Liam, it's time to step away from the Justin Bieber thread. I think I'll go and listen to Aaron Carter instead.
  13. It's so obvious what his management are trying to do, make him into a "sexy" adult RnB star. I think they'd been making him sing a little bit higher than natural on his second album to hang onto his tween fan base, and, in contrast, now he's singing lower and trying to be sexy . It's like an announcement that he now produces sperm.
  14. I started to properly love this track but the only thing that is a hug buzzkill it's that is Justin Bieber himself. I just can't enjoy in this song knowing he is singing it (I don't like him ... he reminds me of those overconfident little brats).
  15. Haha!
  16. @justinbieber

    Ughhhhh..things like this make me really dislike him, petty as it may be.
  17. The key to this song, both melodically and what it stands for is in one line, "I can be a gentleman."
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