Justin Bieber collaborating with Rascal Flatts. That sound is Nashville squealing.

bieber-rascal-flattsImage Credit: Paul Froggatt/PR Photos; PRN/PR PhotosBieber fever has officially gone country. Justin Bieber, who has previously collaborated with music superstars like Ludacris and Usher, announced via Twitter Sunday that he will work with Rascal Flatts on a song for his new album, My World 2.0. “I love @Rascal Flatts and Im honored that they are making music with me,” Bieber wrote.

Bieber’s tweet confirms Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox’s statements on WSIX, a Nashville radio station: “[Justin] asked us to do a duet with him on his next record,” LeVox told the station. “It’s actually a really good song!” Also reportedly set to record with the tween superstar on My World 2.0: Ne-Yo and Diddy.

This all, of course, begs the question: What musical genre will Bieber conquer next? Gregorian chant?

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  • Mandy

    I just had to say there is a typo. His next album coming out is not My Wold 2.0, that album is already out just to clarify. And I think this collaboration with Rascal Flatts is an awesome idea, it’s going to sound great.

    • Mike

      Want to know what won’t sound great? This song.

  • Branka

    Can’t wait to hear JB singing songs about messing around while still married, drinking, getting into bar fights and going to prison. And who says kids are growing up too fast these days?

  • carolinebieber

    My mom loves Rascal Flatts and I just told her and she freaked out lol!

    • Mike

      Lolololol. That’s so lolololorific. Omg, did she like scream like loudly? Lol that’s like the like craziest like story like I’ve like ever heard in my like 14 years of age.
      That’s what all Bieber fans sound like.

  • Brandon

    That actually is the sound of me vomiting. Four talentless hacks making tweens wet everywhere where are the earplugs?

  • Dan

    Now all the kids in Nashville will no longer have to wear their hair like the Haggar Twins from Hee Haw…

  • Brigid Martin

    hmm… “conquer” is not the word I would have gone with. I would have chosen “make a travesty of and suck all meaning and history out of,” but, potato, potahto.

  • u

    Why not? It’s not like Justin would be the first talentless teen to sing country music, anyway. I say let the f*ckery commence! Oh, and to add further insult to injury, he should do covers of classic songs. I highly suggest Queen’s “Somebody To Love”, just so people will be outraged enough to put their foot down with him.

    • yar

      what the heck is your problem with country music huh? every post with country music in it, i don’t know you say something rude. grow up

  • Butters

    good business decision biebs!

  • Rich

    If this is what is needed to destroy the careers of both Bieb and Flascal Ratts, then so be it.

  • Jill

    That sound you hear is me sobbing. I thought at least country music would stay safe.

  • Matt

    Good god, why not throw Ke$ha into the mix and have the recorded version of the apocalypse.

    • Cat


  • BlueCollarReality

    “Nobody saw him runnin from 16th avenue. They never found the finger print, or the weapon that was used. But someone killed country music, cut out it’s heart and soul. They got away with murder, down on music row.”

    I am a true country lover. Old Hank, the Hag, Dwight Yoakam, The Possum (George Jones) Charlie Pride, et al. So I can safely say this is an insult to country music…All of the pioneers of country music are spinnin like truck tires in their graves right now…This no-talent, spoiled punk should’ve stuck to tween pop.

  • jacie

    To those who are tired of hearing about the annoying Bieber I’d like to ask “Do you remember Bobby Sherman or David Cassidy?”

    • Maureen

      Good point.

  • Preston

    Maybe it’s because pop producer Brian Kennedy did a song on Rascal’s album, so they wanted to continue that pop connection with Bieber with pairing them together. I’m not too crazy about this collaboration like he did with Usher. The country/pop clash doesn’t mess well sometimes. It’s like Christopher Stewart’s rumbling keyboards of his urban sounds mashed with the mewsy steel guitar sounds of country.

  • Preston

    Or maybe Gary LeVox’s daughter was tugging his dad’s jeans, pleading, PLEAASSSEEE do a song with my favorite singer Justin Bieber! And in her room with tons of Justin Bieber posters. That might have sealed the deal.

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