Bieber’s new collection, marking his growth to adulthood, exceeds all expectations.
Marking his progression from screaming-kids-in-tow starlet to something close to a pop god, Justin Bieber’s new album not only finds him transitioned him into a serious artist for adults, but showcasing impressively distinctive tones and translating an innate charisma across many styles.
Believe is glitzier than his debut, My World(s), but Bieber doesn’t leave his faithful audience behind in pursuit of a broader fanbase. There are still returns to his years of tween appeal, notably on Be Alright, Fall and the title-track.
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