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Justin Bieber Ringtones

Canadian singer Justin Drew Bieber was born on March 1, 1994. He is renowned for his ability to transcend genres, tenor vocal range, and widespread influence in contemporary popular music. After being discovered by American record executive Scooter Braun, Bieber signed a record deal with RBMG Records in 2008. He quickly became well-known as a teen idol after the release of his debut seven-track EP, My World (2009).

With his teen pop-focused debut studio album, My World 2.0 (2010), Bieber achieved commercial success and became the youngest solo male act to top the US Billboard 200 chart in 47 years. The album produced the globally popular single “Baby” (featuring Ludacris), which went on to become one of the US’s all-time best-selling singles. Under the Mistletoe (2011), his second studio album, made history by becoming the first Christmas album by a male artist to debut at number one in the United States. Believe (2012), Bieber’s third studio album, saw him experimenting with dance-pop. By the time he was eighteen, he became the first artist in history to have five US number-one albums. Bieber was embroiled in several scandals and legal troubles between 2013 and 2014, which significantly damaged his reputation.

With Jack Ü, Bieber experimented with EDM in 2015; the song “Where Are Ü Now” won the Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Recording. The musical direction of the song was crucial to the success of his fourth studio album, Purpose, which yielded three number-one hits in the United States: “Love Yourself,” “Sorry,” and “What Do You Mean?” He made history by being the first artist to ever hold all three positions in the UK Singles Chart. During the years 2016 and 2017, Bieber worked with various artists in different capacities. He remixed DJ Khaled’s “I’m the One” and Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito,” both of which peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 a week apart, making Bieber the first artist in history to achieve this feat. Billboard voted “Despacito” the greatest Latin song of all time, and Justin Bieber won the first Latin Grammy of his career for the song. He and Dan + Shay collaborated on a country song called “10,000 Hours” in 2019, which went on to win the Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance.

Changes, Justin Bieber’s R&B-inspired fifth studio album, debuted at number one in the US and the UK in 2020. He also released a stand-alone duet with Ariana Grande, “Stuck with U,” which peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. With Justice (2021), Bieber’s sixth studio album, he went back to his pop roots. With the global hit “Peaches” (starring Daniel Caesar and Giveon) as its product, it opened at number one on the US Billboard 200, making him the youngest soloist to achieve eight number-one albums in the country—a feat last achieved by Elvis Presley in 1965. In that identical year, Bieber released “Stay” (featuring Kid Laroi), turning it into his eighth number-one hit in the US.

With an estimated 150 million records sold worldwide, Bieber is among the best-selling musicians of all time. The RIAA has awarded him four Diamond certifications. Numerous honors have been bestowed upon him, including 33 Guinness World Records, 26 Billboard Music Awards, 18 American Music Awards, 22 MTV Europe Music Awards (the most wins for any artist), 23 Teen Choice Awards (the most wins for a male individual), one Latin Grammy Award, eight Juno Awards, two Brit Awards, one Bambi Award, and two Grammy Awards. In 2011, Time listed Justin Bieber among the top 100 influential people in the world. In 2011, 2012, and 2013, Forbes listed Bieber among the top ten most powerful celebrities.

Born on March 1, 1994, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in London, Ontario, Justin Drew Bieber grew up in Stratford. He is the child of Jeremy Jack Bieber and Pattie Mallette, who separated shortly after Bieber was born. Both women were 18 years old at the time of Bieber’s birth. Pattie raised Bieber as a single mother in low-income housing while working a string of menial office jobs. Mallette was assisted in raising her son by her stepfather Bruce and mother Diane. Bieber and his father have remained in communication. French-Canadian, Irish, English, Scottish, and German ancestry are among Bieber’s lineage.

The four of Bieber’s younger half-siblings share their father, Jeremy Bieber. After spending seven years together, Jeremy Bieber and Erin Wagner called it quits in 2014. The couple had two kids, a son named Jaxon and a daughter named Jazmyn. In February 2018, Jeremy tied the knot with his girlfriend Chelsey. Together, they have a daughter named Bay. The daughter of Bieber’s stepmother, Allie, is also his stepsister. Bieber went to Bedford Public School and Jeanne Sauvé Catholic School, two Stratford French-language immersion elementary schools. He attended Stratford Northwestern for grades 7 and 8. Kim Booker, a former educator, frequently talked about her happy memories of having Bieber as a student and was mentioned in multiple interviews. He went to St. Michael Catholic Secondary School in Stratford, where he earned a 4.0 GPA upon graduating in 2012.

He studied the piano, drums, guitar, and trumpet as a child. Early in2007, at the age of12, Bieber performed Ne-Yo’s “So Sick” for a Stratford local singing competition, coming in second. Mallette allowed their family and friends to watch a video of the performance that they had uploaded to YouTube. As she carried on posting videos of Bieber performing covers of different R&B songs, Bieber’s following on the website increased. During the tourist season of that year, Bieber busked performances in front of the Avon Theatre steps using a rented guitar. There are still young people with talent sitting on the steps of the Avon Theatre, dreaming of becoming like their idols.

As musical influences, Bieber has mentioned Stevie Wonder, Justin Timberlake, Boyz II Men, Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, Usher, Tupac, and Kanye West. In 2012, Bieber stated that “music is music, and I’m definitely influenced by Michael Jackson and Boyz II Men and people who were black artists—that’s what I like.” With Believe, Bieber sought to “create a new sound that people aren’t really used to hearing… like when Timberlake did FutureSex/LoveSounds: It was a new sound… acoustic guitar over hard drums.” Timberlake was an influence on the song.

Although Bieber’s music spans many genres, he mostly concentrates on pop and R&B, with occasional dance-pop or electronic dance music. His songs “offer a gentle introduction to the mysteries and heartaches of adolescence: songs flushed with romance but notably free of sex itself,” according to a 2010 Rolling Stone article by Jody Rosen. His early years as a musician were characterized by a more teen pop and “bubblegum-ish” sound to his songs.

Before his voice broke, Bieber sung like a boy soprano, as demonstrated by the first performance of “Pray” at the 2010 American Music Awards. At the time, puberty was deemed “the biggest threat to his career” by Sean Michaels of The Guardian. Jody Rosen observed that Justin Bieber’s tone is “nasal” and that he sings with “swing and rhythmic dexterity” on his debut album. Jan Smith began working with Bieber on voice coaching in 2008.

With a vocal range that extends from the baritone A2 to the high tenor F5, Bieber’s voice type as an adult singer is tenor. Neil McCormick of The Daily Telegraph praised his “soft, supple and seductive singing” in a review of his album Purpose. The Guardian’s Caroline Sullivan also complimented Bieber on her “affectedly breathy voice,” observing that “the songs are often interesting, but the voice soon palls.”