Teen sensation Justin Bieber has exploded on the music scene. In past work he has recorded mostly pop music with some occasional hip hop. Could this popular teen artist be making a foray into country music as well? Could "Bieber Fever" go country? You can locate all of Justin's existing hits on your favorite internet radio station.
The lead singer of "Rascal Flatts", disclosed the news in his interview with country radio station WSIX. "Justin asked us to duet with him on his next record. It's actually a really good song! The kid is really talented. He can play six different instruments very well."
Past musical collaborators with Justin Bieber have been Diddy, Drake, Ludacris, and Kanye West. It is evident that Justin enjoys hip hop. Can the transition work? Many think so, as Bieber has a huge following, and that can only extend to country, not repel it. Once mainly a following of teenage girls, Bieber's influence is starting to spread throughout all facets of music, thanks in part to his many 'eclectic' collaborators.
On Sunday, Bieber confirmed LeVox's statements via his twitter account while voicing accolades for the latter's county music group " I love "Rascal Flatts" and I'm honored they are making music with me," he wrote "and for those that don't know, they have great records. It is reported that the 16 year old 2010 AMA artist of the year approached Rascal Flatts himself. Justin then included a link to a Beiber fan video with a Rascal Flatts song in the background.
The singer is indeed working on new music for a new record. Last Sunday it was reported that Beiber was seen at Diddy's New York recording studio working on tracks for a new album. Bieber wrote on Twitter of how he missed going to the recording studio and that he produced some great recordings last night
Justin has been on a whirlwind tour subsequent to the release of his highly successful album last year entitled "My World"
The name and release date of the song have not yet been revealed. Bieber has said, however, that his voice is changing and that this will be reflected in his new album and in his live shows. Of course this is a normal occurrence and is expected as he gets older.
"Some of the notes I hit on 'Baby' I can't hit anymore. I have to lower the tone in live performances." Although I am certain as we mover forward, Justin Bieber will continue to hit the proper notes to satisfy his fan base, who are anticipating his next release.