Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop singer whose become a worldwide teen sensation. Justin began his professional career on YouTube, where he was discovered by his future manager, Scooter Braun. Braun flew Bieber to Atlanta, Georgia, where he consulted with Usher and soon signed a record deal with Island.
While busy globe-trotting on his current international tour, Justin Bieber has just revealed that he has been hard at work writing new songs and plans to release a brand new record late this year.
Beiber fever ran rampant after the 17-year-old took to his Twitter and Facebook account, telling, “Been writing alot of songs on the road. excited to just get this music out later this year and record this summer."
There's no doubt that the teen heartthrob caused a tween girl frenzy all over the Holy Land with his appearance, but was Justin Bieber overpaid for his under-selling Tel Aviv concert stop?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a source has revealed that the "Never Say Never" singer received a whopping $1 million for his April 14 concert at Hayarkon Park, despite the fact that the show was not even close to a sellout.
Just months ago she was a regular 13-year-old girl, now viral video sensation Rebecca Black can boast that she's beat out some of the industry's best - scoring more than 100 million views of "Friday" on YouTube.
According to Visable Measures, a company that tracks the performance of Web videos, the no-budget music clip has received more hits than Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" and Justin Bieber's "Pray."