The Justin Bieber 'Believe' review is drawing all kinds of comments and they're all over the place, with most lavishing praise on the young pop performer that some compare to Michael Jackson (not all, just some).
Some comments, however, on the review of his latest album are...well...silly, like those from the Huffington Post, which kiddingly took a stab at some of the silly lyrics they say the new album boasts.
And the next one on the Post's list "Swag, swag, swag on you/Chillin' by the fire while we eatin' fondue/I dunno about me but I know about you/ So say hello to falsetto in three, two," from "Boyfriend."
It isn't that the media outlet isn't spot-on on how silly those lyrics sound, of course, it's just that Justin Bieber fans don't care. And neither, it seems, does Entertainment Weekly, who says Justin had a "successful reinvention" on this album.
Even the Washington Post agrees, saying that "Bieber is growing as a musician, and the result is enjoyable."
High praise fort the young teen, for sure. But the Biebs isn't likely to be as impacted by the stoic press of today as much as he is with album sales.
The Justin Bieber "Believe" review he wants to hear will be that of his many fans, and they vote with their pocket books instead of press soundbites. And that's the kind of adoration you can take to the bank.
For those wondering if the new "Believe" album by Justin Bieber is good, bad or silly, there's still time to find out, since it just debuted Tuesday, June 19.