The singer reveals how he can help Justin with his career!
As Justin Bieber, 17, gets older, he’ll need to figure out how to avoid the same “has-been” fate as NKOTB and the Backstreet Boys. In a Hollywoodlife.com exclusive, Ne-Yo offers his advice on how The Biebs can have a long shelf life.
“Justin Bieber is about to make a very difficult transition; he started out as a very, very little kid and he is moving into young adulthood, which will then move into adulthood,” the R&B star told us at Hollywood hotspot Supper Club for the Ne-Yo and Compound Entertainment annual Midnight Brunch, launching the new Malibu Red on Feb. 11.
So how does the young buck keep his heartthrob status with his Beliebers?
“It’s not an easy transition to make, your fans have to grow with you, so you have to write songs that they can relate to,” NeYo says. “So I would simply sit down with [Justin] and have a conversation and have him talk to me about life, have him talk to me about girls that he likes. Talk to me about what is going on in his head right now and then write songs according to that.”
Reporting By Russ Weakland
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