Justin Bieber Faces Voice Changes Due to Puberty, Acoustic Album In the Works

Posted October 29, 2010 by J Matthew Cobb in News

Teen pop star faces new set of challenges as voice cracks, resulting from puberty, arises

Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber have to make a few adjustments on his musical arrangements and key adjustments in the months ahead.

Due to puberty, a noticeable drop in that recognizable first tenor has occurred. The voice change is expected to make a big impact on his pace of music, particularly with the kiddie pop offerings. That’s why Bieber’s next musical offering is planned to be an acoustic-driven project.

“It cracks,” he admits to Contact. “Like every teenage boy, I’m dealing with it. Some of the notes I hit on ‘Baby’ I can’t hit anymore. We have to lower the key when I sing live.”

Due to teen hysteria and his adolescent challenges, some of Beiber’s concerts have been cancelled.

In 2007, Bieber leaped from YouTube fame to the pop charts and has two #1 pop albums under his sleeve (My World, My World 2.0). Both have been certified platinum and have awarded the young star four Top 20 hits (“Somebody to Love,” “Baby,” “One Less Lonely Girl,” “One Time”).

Officials of the Major League Baseball (MLB) says Bieber will debut the new music video for the acoustic version of his song “Never Say Never” on Saturday during Game 3’s pre-show on Fox. 

The song is from the platinum-selling singing sensation’s upcoming acoustic CD, due out on Nov. 23.

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J Matthew Cobb

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    nice, interesting blog post!

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