But I'm not one of those fans who has to love every song. Just one song that makes me think "wow, that's great". Screaming girls at the Beatles concerts, I'm not sure if they even heard the music. But the rest of the world did. There could be several reasons: -they're trying too hard to catch up with modern times instead of doing what they do best. -they simply no longer make good music. It's very possible that an artist "loses" it, even if it is temporarily (like Billy Joel's "The Bridge" album). -they don't have enough followers on social media. And how about the not-fans? I'm not a fan of Michael Jackson, never listen to his music, and yet I can sing/hum most of his songs. It's that "evergreen" thing I mentioned in my previous post. Most people only know JB for being a young, hot, popular performer. Performing...what? A #1 hit based on the quality of his music. But he's young, there's still hope. It usually doesn't take me that long. Also, I don't have to like a song (let alone the artist) to appreciate it. Personally I'd rather not listen to Adele, but the songs are good. I can understand why she's a popular artist. Justin's music sounds so like "nothing" that I can't even rate it as good or bad. Apart from all this, I have nothing against Justin Bieber. Actually I kinda like him and I find all the diva/twat-stories higly amusing, eventhough I don't believe everything they write.