Kendall Jenner & Gigi Hadid Perform Dramatic Reading Of "Baby" By Justin Bieber
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid may have actually been in Justin Bieber's prime demographic of tween-age girls when his mega-hit "Baby" hit the airwaves, and carved itself sharply and sturdily into our lives. Now that all three of these 20-somethings are famous, it's funny to look back at a time when Bieber wasn't universally admired, and the music he was making in that period.
Justin Bieber Shows Off LA Home With BBC Radio 1
After appearing on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge recently, where he covered Tupac’s “Thugz Mansion” & Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car”, Justin Bieber decided to switch the script a little bit & invite the UK radio station to his home in LA to show off his lavish digs.
Justin Bieber Performs An Acoustic Cover Of Tupac's "Thugz Mansion"
Justin Bieber stopped by the BBC Radio 1 studios in Los Angeles Thursday morning to perform a brief acoustic set. He played a few of his own songs and a pair of covers: Tracy Chapman's timeless "Fast Car" and Tupac's "Thugz Mansion." While Bieber played guitar himself for much of the set, he handed it off to an associate for the slightly more intricate "Thugz Mansion." He raps both Tupac verse and Anthony Hamilton's hook duties. He doesn't go nearly as hard on the mic as he did on the "Look At Me Now" remix.
These White Kids "Michael Phelps" Video
These White Kids
Anytime you get a cameo from Justin Bieber in your music video, it’s pretty likely you’re going to get your shine, and that’s exactly the case today with the fitting new release from LA group These White Kids called “Michael Phelps.”
Justin Bieber, Craig David And More Parody Kanye West's "Famous" Video
It was only a matter of time before someone decided to create a parody of Kanye West's controversial "Famous" video, and today we have one that features Justin Bieber, Craig David, Nick Jonas, and more. BBC Radio 1 reached out to the Biebs and others to create a more work friendly version of the video, which features numerous celebrities laying in bed, all fully clothed this time. Needless to say, it's a lot less intriguing.
Justin Bieber "Company" Video
The Biebz drops off his latest music video taken from his recent album, Purpose, opting for a collage of sorts that documents his life on tour and more. The video, directed by Rory Kramer, gives us a look at Bieber's worldly travels, whether it's vacation time in a remote location, on stage in front of millions of fans or shooting his Calvin Klein ad campaign. There are a few notable cameos through out-- Diddy, Kanye West and Floyd Mayweather.
Watch The Toronto Raptors Mascot Impersonate Justin Bieber
The NBA playoffs are underway, and in Toronto, during the first game of the Pacers vs. Raptors, the Raptors' mascot decided to have a little fun on the basketball court. During halftime, the Toronto Raptors' mascot donned a flannel, a snapback, a white tee, blue jeans and some blonde bangs, aka Justin Bieber's uniform, and danced around with a bunch of models to the Canadian singer's hit "What Do You Mean" while lip-synching (well, lip-synching as much as one wearing a dinosaur costume can, given the lack of moving mouth).
Justin Bieber & Ludacris Performed "Baby" In Atlanta Last Night
Justin Bieber Feat. Ludacris
Justin Bieber continues to trek on (with Post Malone in tow) for his "Purpose" world tour in support of his recent album. The singer, who sells out stadiums just about anywhere, hit Atlanta last night, where he brought out a special guest.
Justin Bieber Brings Out Big Sean & Chance The Rapper In L.A.
Justin Bieber is currently embarking on a U.S. tour in support of his latest album, Purpose, and last night (Mar. 20), the tour hit Los Angeles for the first of three shows at the Staples Center. The Canadian pop star donned a 2Pac shirt, and the hip-hop faction of the L.A. audience was also pleased with his decision to have two elite rappers join him as surprise guests later on in the concert.
Justin Bieber Performs Three Songs In A Row To Cap Off The 2015 AMAs
Justin Bieber performed three consecutive hits off his new album, Purpose, to cap off this year's American Music Awards. Bieber's three-song finale came after performances by The Weeknd, who performed "The Hills," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Gwen Stefani, Nick Jonas, and more.
Word On The Street: Does Justin Bieber Have A Place In Hip-Hop?
You're probably seeing the Biebz on the site more and more these days, as he attempts to crossover into the hip-hop realm, and leave his youthful, pop-driven days behind him. Well, he's not leaving pop behind entirely, he'll definitely always have the radio play that comes with pop music.
Justin Bieber Performs "Sorry" On Jimmy Fallon
To promote his newly released album Purpose, Justin Bieber made his way by the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Tuesday night and served as the evening’s musical guest. Backed by the legendary band The Roots, Bieber took the stage to perform one of his many standout cuts from the album in “Sorry.” Watch the performance above.
Justin Bieber "I'll Show You" Video
Whether or not you've been a naysayer or a longtime supporter, you have to admit that Justin Bieber has stepped up his game recently. Biebs dropped "I'll Show You" last night, a track that continues with the electronic-leaning sound the singer has favored on his recent string of hits, once again recruiting Skrillex (as well as Blood Diamons, who co-produced "Sorry"). While this one is more of a straight-up ballad than the last few, it shares the same arena-sized synth riffs and delicate vocal takes.
Justin Bieber "Sorry" Dance Video
Bieber has been killing it lately. The lead single, "What Do You Mean," off his upcoming album, Purpose, went No. 1 last month, and his newly leaked collab with ex Selena Gomez, "Strong," has been garnering similar degree of hype. Less than a month before the album's November 13 release date, Bieber has decided to share the album's latest single, "Sorry," which comes with an accompanying "dance video."
Justin Bieber Performs "What Do You Mean" On The Today Show
Justin Bieber's new tropical house-inflected single "What Do You Mean" opened at number one on the charts. Somewhat surprisingly, it's his first number one hit ever. The Biebs continues to push the single, performing the hit along with Diplo/Skrillex-produced "Where Are U Now" at in front of a horde of screaming teenage girls at NYC's Rockefeller Plaza. It was his first appearance on the Today Show since he performed breakout track "Baby" there as a 15-year old.
Travi$ Scott & Justin Bieber Perform "Maria, I'm Drunk" In NYC
The second biggest surprise on Travi$ Scott's RODEO was the presence of Justin Bieber on "Maria, I'm Drunk," the BIGGEST surprise was the fact that Biebs went IN. Scott held a record release party last night in New York, and once again, Bieber gave the crowd something to talk about when he showed up to perform his verse. It's looks like the crowd went pretty crazy for him, perhaps this is Bieber's true moment to cross over to an older audience? The reception to his last two singles certainly seems to suggest that. What do you think of his verse?
Justin Bieber "What Do You Mean" Video
Justin Bieber premiered the music video for "What Do You Mean?" moments after submitting a teary-eyed live performance of the song at last night's VMAs. The video features Bieber's bold attempt to impress his girl by staging an elaborate kidnapping, in which she plays the role of terrified kidnapee. In the opening scene, Bieber hands a hefty wad of cash to shady figure played by John Leguizamo on a rain-soaked urban street. "Make sure the girl don't get hurt."
Riff Raff Previews Justin Bieber Collaboration
RiFF RAFF promised some big features on his debut album, NEON iCON, including one from Drake, but when it showed up, many of the hinted-at collabs were nowhere to be found. Today, he's announced a new track with Justin Bieber, and this time he has some hard evidence of its existence.
The Roast Of Justin Bieber
On Monday night, Comedy Central aired their highly anticipated two-hour long roast of Justin Bieber, and as expected it was hilarious.