Justin Bieber's New Song 'Dr. Bieber' Released
Justin Bieber has just released his new song 'Dr. Bieber' over the Internet. The song is about the fever that "spreads across the globe, into every single home, city and country."
He raps, "Bieber Fever spreading rapidly and it's uncurable. I repeat uncurable/I got a PhD, I don't need a fake ID/ You females know of me, I'm so sick with no IV/ J-U-S-T Bieber Fever on the street, time to realize I'm the beast."
Dr. Bieber then diagnoses the symptoms, "This is not a cold, not a flu, not a sickness. This is good and doesn't hurt to get this." He continues, "You were never cured and you never will regret this."
The song is really a tongue-in-cheek look at the massive popularity that has suddenly surrounded the young Canadian. Where does the song fit? It is not on any album, it is not officially on anything. It could be something that has emerged from some "just fooling around" in the studio. Or maybe it could be a released track from JB's next album in the making.
Critics are saying that it is a song that you just can't get out of your head.
Currently, Justin is directing all his energy promoting his movie "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" which is due to start screening in the US on February 11. The movie gives an insight into the determination of the rising star to follow your dream.
Movie director Jon Chu said that he hoped to project his story realistically. He said that he "jumped at the opportunity to tell a story with honesty and heart". This is a true story about rising from rags to riches. Bieber is the genuine underdog. Chu also stated that he particularly wanted to tell the story in a "compelling, genuine way, using all source materials available to convey his tale of becoming an icon for this digital age."