Justin Bieber – One Less Lonely Girl

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Credits

  • Song Name: One Less Lonely Girl
  • Artist Name / Band Name: Justin Bieber
  • Featuring: N/A
  • Produced By: Sean P. Hamilton, Hyuk Shin, Balewa Muhammad & Ezekiel “Zeke” Lewis
  • Album Name: My World
  • Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Genre: Genius Canada, Pop
  • Record Label: Island Records
  • Written By: The Clutch (producer), Sean P. Hamilton, Usher, Hyuk Shin & Balewa Muhammad
  • Performance: Peaked at No.N/A
  • Sampled In: N/A
  • Cover By: One Less Lonely Girl (Acoustic) by Justin Bieber
  • Remixed By: N/A



Justin Bieber – One Less Lonely Girl Review

The album ‘My World’ (released in 2009) has produced a number of hits for Justin Bieber. Among those is the chart topper ‘One Less Lonely Girl,’ which was the second single released from his debut CD. It was originally unveiled in iTunes but was immediately picked up by mainstream radio stations due to its signature pop appeal.

As a then newcomer, Bieber, through this song, had enjoyed the honor of being compared to the likes of Rihanna and Chris Brown. The song is light and reminds everyone about the simple complications of being a teenager. It is not surprising that this track is one of the reasons why many teenage girls swoon over Bieber.

The song obtained positive reviews from critics, who agree that Bieber can be the next biggest R&B/pop heartthrob. He showed how he can convey smooth delivery using his tender vocals that perfectly blend with the easy flowing beat of the piece.

That withstands the somehow generic lyrics. At the end of the day, almost everyone can agree that this track is uncomplicated, beautiful, and earnest. It is not surprising that it is one of the most liked songs from that album.

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