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Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean? Has Been Recreated Using Nintendo 64 Instruments

If you were ever wondering how Justin Bieber‘s songs would sound using Nintendo 64 instruments, you’re in for a real treat. That One Show FUN did just that and recreated the Canadian singer’s What Do You Mean?. Interestingly, the actual track’s chorus sounds like it uses at least one music piece from Super Mario 64. If you’re itching for more Bieber you can check out his Where Are Ü Now music video, which includes a drawing of Pikachu.

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29 comments

  1. LOL ! @ all the aimlessly pointed jealousy and hate. Get over it already, if you hate him so much ignore the fact he exists, party’s like the world’s ending, and does more for charity and make a wish foundation cases than any if us. How many kids with dying illnesses have you brought to tears with happiness?

    Let’s get a counter going.

    Ozzy Osbourne bites the head off a bat and pisses on the Alamo and people love him.

    Got some hate for the truth? Bring it.

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    1. While all of the 12-year old kids complain about how he’s “gay” they’re just upset about his success. I don’t listen to his music, I don’t enjoy his music. But I don’t hate on him for those two reasons. Everybody should grow up.

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    2. It’s not that I hate the guy, it’s that he’s been growing into more of a dick ever since he went to jail. With an inflated ego and attitude like most American celebrities these days. That’s part of why it’s hard for me to find a decent music group/singer to follow.

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  2. Jaded Professor Ridley Bowie X3 {R.I.P. David Bowie, the One & Only Goblin King! R.I.P. Alan Rickman, the Awesome Professor Snape!} says:

    Hm. Sounds good. Damn it! Another Bieber song to add to the list of the few from him I actually enjoy. Where Are You Now sounds better, though.

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