Justin Bieber goes dubstep, A surefire way to measure if a once-obscure music genre has crossed over to the mainstream is to ask whether Justin Bieber plays it. For bass-heavy electronica style, dubstep, the Biebs just answered that question with an announcement that he’s “experimenting” with the style for an upcoming album
They really are all at it now. Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber has revealed that he's keen to make a dubstep album.
In an interview with USA Today, when asked about his forthcoming new album the pint sized Canadian pop star said,
"I'm about halfway through. What's big right now are beats that are in the clubs, like dubstep. So I want to mess with that stuff, but also stay me."
While Bieber's move from nauseating sugary pop hooks to the sub bass of dubstep may be a shock to some, there could be a simple explanation.
Recent reports suggested, Bieber's manager, Scooter Braunt had claimed that Justin's "balls had dropped", and the singer was struggling to hit the high notes while recording a duet with Mariah Carey.