When Justin was just a boy, his mother decided that he had a raw and unforgettable talent. She began posting homemade videos of her son singing his heart out all over YouTube. The number of views that these videos received was astronomical. Every day, hundreds of thousands of music fans viewed his videos and eventually, major industry insiders such as Scooter Braun, began to take notice of Justin’s talent. Braun quickly began recording Bieber and got him the opportunity to sing for R&B singer and songwriter, Usher. He then signed with Raymond Braun Media Group. In 2009, Justin released his first single “One Time” that put him in the Top 30 around the world, and later his album entitled My World went platinum in the United States. Bieber is definitely America’s newest heart-throb.
Justin Bieber’s mom started posting videos of Justin’s performances at the age of twelve and her efforts paid off because this lead to his famous discovery. Bieber can reach out to his fans better by uploading his music videos via his YouTube channel. His “One Time” Video earned him millions of hits through his channel. Braun took advantage of the YouTube channel in promoting Justin Bieber before he was even signed under RBMG. Justin Bieber continuously makes new posts of his music videos and his appearances on television shows and behind the scenes clips. Bieber found the right avenue to showcase his talents by using YouTube and eventually other social media outlets, such as opening a Twitter account so he could interact with his fans and supporters or you can find his Facebook page for updates. There is no denying through all these social medias Justin Bieber’s career has succeeded. It is easy to see that it’s not just young girls who have contracted Bieber Fever with the outrageous amounts of status updates, tweets, and blog posts that are all about him.
Will there ever be a cure for Bieber Fever? We sure hope not! With his angelic voice and his sweet face glossing every tabloid on newsstands, who would want a cure?