Ten Musicians We'd Like to See Collaborate with Justin Bieber Other Than Kanye
The number of cases of Bieber fever just rose around the continent. Justin is back this fall on a North American tour, and he's heading all the way to the dirty south to wrap things up onJanuary 26, 2013 at the American Airlines Arena
We were thinking about it, and came up with ten other living artists that Justin B. should work with musically. Be prepared to think too much.
Bjork is obviously and actually too otherworldly
to combine musical forces with this young pop star, but the idea of a BieBjork album is just too wonderful not to mention. How 'bout the
Biebs just wears her swan dress and sings our favorite songs off of
Homogenic? (The Birthday's in August, guys!)
9. 98 Degrees
98 Degrees was one of the more manly of the late '90s boy bands. For the most part (minus that one with theGolden Girls
haircut), they were even cuter than their colleagues, like Nick Lachey -- come on, true hottie for real. Bieber could head up these dudes, he'd be the baby face to their chest muscles.
Bonus: The ad that comes on before this classic 98 Degrees tune is for guess who?!
Justin needs a few cool points with kids in his age group. This needs to happen before Tyler the Creator starts a fued with Bieber to which Justin will respond with maple leaf tears. So, like tomorrow.
Especially one that Ted Nugent would enjoy. Let's see what Bieber told Rolling Stone about his politics:
He isn't sure what political party he'd support if he was old enough to
vote. "I'm not sure about the parties," Bieber says. "But whatever they
have in Korea, that's bad." He does have a solid opinion on abortion. "I
really don't believe in abortion," Bieber says. "It's like killing a
baby." How about in cases of rape? "Um. Well, I think that's really sad,
but everything happens for a reason. I don't know how that would be a
reason. I guess I haven't been in that position, so I wouldn't be able
to judge that."
Let's just let have these two at it. Topic one: Healthcare. Topics to Avoid: Korea and abortion. Proceed.
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