Justin Bieber is one of the most popular artists of the moment, according to a recent chart published by Forbes magazine. The artist, however, confessed that he owes great part of his success to the channels of social media, such as, You Tube and Twitter.
The “Boyfriend” interpreter is a talented young man, no doubt about it. However, Justin Bieber wouldn’t have become so popular if it hadn’t been for the social media which enabled him to keep in touch with all his fans and to convince people to listen to his music.
Social media or not, Justin Bieber’s new album called “Believe” is on track to become the biggest commercial debut of the year, according to Billboard’s predictions. More than 400,000 copies are expected to be sold during its first week in stores. This is not all: Bieber’s revenue in the past two years amounts to $108 million. His bank accounts will get bigger in the future thanks to the new album and the upcoming concerts that the interpreter will host during his tour.
Social media has helped him a lot and the 18-year-old pop star credited the new channels of communication for his success. This is in fact, why he hired a competent team to take care of his Facebook, Twitter and You Tube accounts. Thanks to them, Bieber was able to spread word about his new album and to gather more than 10 million fans and followers.
During a recent interview for Forbes magazine, the singer confessed that social media did more than making him popular, it helped him launch his musical career. “Without the internet and without YouTube, I wouldn’t have gotten the chance to put my music out there and have people hear it,” the artist confessed.
The recent declarations have raised a series of questions in relation to Justin Bieber’s future evolution. Analysts can’t help wondering whether the social media pop star will draw as many fans outside the social media and how will his career evolve once these channels will come to an end.