Justin Bieber has chosen to deploy ’Changes’ on valentine's day, which is something that it is only by album, which makes sense.
Many of the numbers are kærlighedserklæringer to superstjernens relatively new wife, Hailey Bieber, who is probably leaving him before easter, if he is as boring in private as in a recording studio.
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’Changes’ is a pop without a pulse. It is almost antimusik.
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the Product is devoid of craftsmanship, and it is decidedly sensational, when the small peak ’Intentions’ turns out to be equipped with something as rare as a melody.
There are ten songwriters are credited on ’Take It Out On Me’, but there is no song. It is absurd.
bieber's minimalist fusion of pale R&B, and faded, the pop drags himself unobtrusively away in a midttempo. The 48 minutes feels like 84.
Christopher has at least the charm. Hugo Helmig has favourites. Bieber has neither.
Justin Bieber and his wife, Hailey Bieber, in Los Angeles in January. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock/Ritzau Scanpix
’Forever’ is only almost catchy with an anonymous cameo of the Post Malone, who, along with storsynderen Drake must take a large part of the dubious honor of that man nowadays can get away with to make hits without hooks.
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There is vanishingly little to cling to on the ’Changes’, where Bieber sings in his sleep as a tired young man, there just aren't orcs anymore.
the Material is not working on Spotify, and it is not going to work, when he may well return to the Park in a completely exhausted state after sommerhalvårets huge stadionturné in north America.
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the Idol has spoken out about its genre of the mandatory mental problems, but he has nothing to say and is just a symptom of a sick industry.
’Changes’, changes nothing. Bieber is still bland.
the Cover for Justin bieber's fifth album, 'Changes', which has the Post Malone, Kehlani and Travis Scott on the guest list.