Justin Bieber is making headlines with his new album, My World, and sat down with Details mag to chat about his own details. Check it:
On his fans: “I met a six-month-old baby. I’ve got some young fans, but the majority of them are like 14, 15. My mom’s like 35, so she’s my oldest fan…I mean, I don’t mind it [girls throwing clothing at him]. Just kiddingâ€”it’s not something that’s cool for them to do. There was this one girl in Seattleâ€”I didn’t even see herâ€”she runs at me, tries to give me a hug and tackles me. It was really aggressive and scary.”
On the teen-pop scene: “I think some of it is corny, but that’s just me. I just think that if you’re a musical artist you should do something that appeals to all ages. I mean, I have songs that are about love, but I have songs that are about everyday life and stuff that people can relate to. When I was very young my parents split up, and that was hard on me. So I have a song that talks about that. I want to have a career, not just a hit.”
On the first songs he fell in love with: “‘God Is Bigger Than the Boogie Man’ from VeggieTales. And when I was, like, 7 or 6, Boyz II Men’s ‘On Bended Knee.’ My mom used to play the album over and over. I would go to my bedroom and try to do the vocal acrobatics.”
Check out more Justin at Details.com.
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