But, there has been no translation yet for Mr. Bieber. Michael, as a child had four consecutive No. 1 Hits. They are: I Want You Back, ABC, The Love You Save, and, I'll Be There.<quoted text>
Yes and no. Justin Bieber understands that like him, Michael started as a child and successfully translated as a mega pop celebrity beginning in the eighties. But he also knows the value of staying current by producing albums every year and staying in the entertainment spotlight. Justin Bieber has already cleaned Michael Jackson's clock as a child singer and is now looking to broaden his appeal to include young women. It would be wise of Mr Bieber to grow into adulthood and do adult music. Something Michael Jackson failed to achieve during his lifetime.
Show me Justin Bieber's four consecutive No. 1 hits?
They don't exist. Therefore, how can anyone reasonably say that Justin Bieber is even in Michael's league, even when Michael was a child.
It is ludicrous. Mr. Bieber has even failed to eclipse MJ as a child.