An arrest warrant has been issued for Justin Bieber by a judge in Argentina, regarding a nightclub assault case two years ago. The pop singer is accused of ordering his two bodyguards to attack a photographer in a Buenos Aires nightclub. If Bieber and his bodyguards travel to Argentina, they will be arrested immediately. The singer could face thirty days to six years in prison if he’s convicted. “Now we just need to wait for the police to find him and bring him here [Argentina]. For us, this is a triumph against all those who said this case was a bluff and that we didn’t have anything,” attorney Martias Morla stated (according to The Associated Press). Despite this recent arrest warrant, it seems Bieber has left his troubled past behind him.
The singer has publicly stated in several interviews that he is focused on his music career and personal growth. Bieber’s new album will feature production from Rick Rubin and Kanye West, and the pop singer is hoping to get Skrillex and Diplo on the project as well. This will be Bieber’s first time working Rubin and West, and the singer promises his upcoming album will be completely different from his previous work. Last month, Skrillex and Diplo (collectively known as Jack U) released “Where Are U Now” featuring Bieber. The single peaked at Number 4 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, and it impacted the Billboard Hot 100 at Number 64.
Bieber has dropped three studio albums including My World 2.0, Under the Mistletoe, and Believe. His latest project, Believe, was released three years ago. Believe featured guest appearances from Ludacris, Big Sean, Drake, and Nicki Minaj. The triple-platinum album produced five singles, which include “Boyfriend,” “As Long as You Love Me” (featuring Big Sean), “Beauty and a Beat” (featuring Nicki Minaj), “Right Here” (featuring Drake), and “All Around the World” (featuring Ludacris). “Boyfriend” was produced by Mike Posner, and it peaked at Number 2 on Billboard Hot 100. The song also impacted the charts in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany, and the UK. The popularity of “Believe” generated a remix rap version of the song featuring 2 Chainz, Asher Roth, and Mac Miller.
FDRMX Eyes: Ottawa is a pop band from Cleveland, Ohio. Their video for “Fever” took place at the Bad Racket Recording Studio located in their home state.