Growing up may have made much of Justin Bieber’s job easier, but it definitely hasn’t helped him nail those high notes. The pop star reportedly had a ton of trouble on his new album with his Mariah Carey duet “All I Want For Christmas Is You” because a good portion of the song requires a pitch that’s no longer natural for his vocal cords. His manager Scoot Braun called it a vocal dropping of his balls. Whether he’s pleased about that development or not, a deepening of his voice is something the Biebs will need to get used to.

His new album, Under The Misteltoe will hit stores on November 1st, and the early fan response has caused Braun to make a very lofty comparison. Here’s an excerpt from his interview with E!.
"All the hype and the kids running down the street screaming, you lose the chance to say that this started because of the music. This album lets the music speak for itself. I don't want to draw comparisons, but there was a band during the British Invasion that had girls screaming at them. I think you know who I'm talking about."

Obviously, I’m very uncomfortable comparing Bieber and the Beatles in the same sentence, especially when talking about the completion of a new album, but I think it is fair to say few musicians have ever obsessed teenage girls to the level Bieber has. He made more than fifty million dollars last year alone, and that frenetic pace shows no sign of stopping. Now that his vocal balls have dropped, we’ll see if that, in any way, alters his reception.

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