He said he would do it. We had been warned. Over the weekend Justin Bieber released his new single off his upcoming album, his own style of 'Justep', the dubstep-ridden As Long As You Love Me. And we use the term dubstep very, very loosely.
Unsurpising there are no dubstep names in the production credits, but Bieber did co-write the song with rapper Big Sean, who also lends his vocals to the track. Bieber has already seemingly quietened the haters, with the song skyrocketing to number two on the American iTunes chart.
It's clear that the genre is safe from no one, as Bieber becomes the latest addition to the list of mainstream artists jumping on the dubstep bandwagon, following the likes of Britney Spears, Muse, Cher Lloyd and Flo Rida.
Not much more can be said on the disheartening issue, other than listen to the song below and brace yourself for the ever-impending dubpocalypse.
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