Credits

  • Song Name: Eenie Meenie
  • Artist Name / Band Name: Justin Bieber
  • Featuring: Sean Kingston
  • Produced By: Benny Blanco
  • Album Name: My World 2.0
  • Release Date: March 23, 2010
  • Genre: Genius Canada, Pop
  • Record Label: Island
  • Written By: Marcos Palacios, Steven Battey, Carlos Battey, Sean Kingston, Ernest Clark, Benny Blanco & Justin Bieber
  • Performance: Peaked at No.
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Justin Bieber with Sean Kingston – Eenie Meenie Review

Justin Bieber’s collaboration with Sean Kingston, an American-Jamaican singer, has been a big hit. The song ‘Eenie Meenie’ is part of ‘My World 2.0.’ It can be considered as a dance-pop piece featuring the reggae influences brought about by Kingston and the R&B vocals of Bieber. Not surprisingly, it has received positive reviews worldwide.

Everyone can agree that the track can be an ideal summer song. That is why it has a music video that features several girls in bikinis. The crown jewel of the song is undoubtedly its very catchy chorus, which can easily be retained in anyone’s head.

The message of the song can be considered as disturbing, because Bieber was just 16 years old when he recorded it, but at the same time, it is actually hilarious.

The duet is infectiously simple but catchy. The lyrics convey the story of two boys who are attracted to the same girl. She seems to have a difficulty deciding who to choose between the two.

Bieber and Kingston chant their promises about how to give her the best she deserves. Her indecisiveness is understandable because of the varying but equal appeal of each of her two admirers.

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