Ne-Yo: Justin Bieber ‘Is About To Make A Very Difficult Transition’

Tue, February 21, 2012 2:44pm EDT by 4 Comments
Ne-Yo Advises Justin Bieber On Career

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Kendra

Posted at 1:59 PM on February 22, 2012  

i think Justin should make a Christian album….and i know he will do just fine i’ve been a fan of him for as long as i can remember and there’s no way that him growing up will stop me from being a fan. He’ll do just fine.

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lexi

Posted at 5:24 PM on February 21, 2012  

i think justins transition is going to be a little difficult because he is 17 and people still think of him as that 15 yr old kid singing on youtube but not to hard bet he is going to have it easier than miley, i know the article is about justin, but boys in the business have it easy than girls, there is a double standard and woman like bonnie are apart of it, they bash miley when she shows leg, but its the same thing if justin takes off his shirt in front on little girls

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Brian

Posted at 4:36 PM on February 21, 2012  

I honestly think JB was born at the perfect time for this sort of transition. Back in the 80’s or 90’s, artists didn’t have twitter or facebook to keep everyone updated on their lives. You had to use the songs with a new image and pray for the best. Now, even his youngest fans can support him by understanding the process.

He simply has to be honest and I think they will grow up with him or live vicariously through his adult transition as preparation for them. JB’s sound was always mainstream R&B POP…not a boy bandish unique sound at all. He’ll be fine. He never stuck to a certain sound like britney or backstreet for multiple singles and albums making it very hard to change. Keep the lyrics family friendly and the tracks club ready and he’ll be fine through 20 years old.

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anonymous

Posted at 2:59 PM on February 21, 2012  

I think Justn knows that its not going to be an easy transition! Thanks Ne-Yo for pointing out the obvious.. And what the heck does he know about being a young star and transitioning into adulthood.. He didnt do it! He is not even as famous as Justin,, but i know hes just giving his advice, so i better shut up now.. lol

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