Martin Luther King Jr. and Justin Bieber. Photo-Illustration: by Vulture; Photos by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images and Will Heath/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images The first voice on Justin Bieber's new album, JUSTICE , isn't Bieber — it's Martin Luther King Jr., delivering his oft-quoted line, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." The line introduces a song called "2 Much," a love song with lines like "Two seconds without you's like two months." It's one of two speeches by Dr. King excerpted on JUSTICE and turning heads, along with a 104-second interlude of a 1967 sermon. "I still can't get over Justin Bieber naming his album 'Justice' and using that MLK audio clip before transitioning into a Fame Monster leftover," TV writer Kirk A. Moore tweeted . "Also, no one at the label thought to tell him… this ain't it." Podcast host Alex Lewis joked about Bieber and the U.S. government both "giving Black people 'Justice' but it's really just MLK quotes." And early reviews also took issue with Bieber quoting King on an album that largely seemed to be about his wife, Hailey. (Following the interlude, in which King talks about dying for justice, is a song… Read full this story
- Let's Drag Justin Bieber's Beautiful Home
- Tips For Easy Speech Writing
- Treatments For Speech Impediments
- Speech and Language Therapy for Children With Autism
- How To Write Powerful Presentations, Speeches, And Talks
- The Immorality of Extreme Speech
- Free Wedding Speech: 7 Tips For Writing Your Own Free Wedding Speech
- Bridegroom Speech - What Every Bridegroom Should Know Before Giving A Speech
- Speech To Text Translation With Speech Recognition Software And A Software Translator
- Networking Your Way to Profits: Part 2 'Creating Your Elevator Speech'
Yes, Justin Bieber Put Two MLK Speeches on have 307 words, post on www.vulture.com at March 19, 2021. This is cached page on NGHONG. If you want remove this page, please contact us.