Justin Bieber Delivers Lower Register in Drake’s ‘Trust Issues’
Ever wonder how low Justin Bieber can go? Well, The Biebs is surprising fans by lowering his voice and offering up his remix/take on Drake's hit 'Trust Issues.' He posted this hot track on his Facebook page. The Biebs is known for his boyish, sometimes androgynous and upper register vocal style, so this is a bit of a radical departure for the 'Baby' singer. 'Trust Issues' is the single that may or may not appear on Drake's forthcoming album, 'Take Care,' due out in October, and it has possibly gotten a re-do by The Biebs.
Since The Biebs does not hide his love for hip-hop, it's not much of a stretch for him to go down this road at all. He's all down and dirty here, but it's not the first time he has done so. He sang on Chris Brown's mixtape earlier this summer and has been engaging in some bratty behavior to help shed a little of that wholesome and clean-cut image; this cover would be a non-dangerous way of evoking that.
Take a listen and see what you think. It doesn't sound like The Biebs that we know and love. But that's probably due to the fact that he has a host of studio tools and tricks readily available to him and at his disposable to transform his voice into something entirely new, even if only for a cool, viral remix.
With a Christmas album on the way, maybe this remix is an indication of how low The Biebs will go when he tackles holiday carols. Since his VMAs acceptance speech was laced with references to Jesus and God, we're expecting a lot of spiritual songs to appear on the track listing.
Listen to Justin Bieber Cover Drake's Trust Issues