Anyone who’s been following Justin Bieber’s Twitter feed (because DUH! who isn’t?!), has probably noticed the photo frenzy the singer has been going on for the last 24 hours. From making a return to Instagram to posting snapshots of moments in his life, it’s safe to say we all feel a little bit closer to the Biebs himself.
HURRAH! The Biebs has returned to Instagram!
While this photo is pretty standard in terms of Instagram photos, the teen singer was met with an overwhelming amount of comments saying “You’re back!!!!” after his six month hiatus from the photo-taking social network. But despite the fact that the Biebs is quite active on Twitter, it has been a painful time for all of us who have checked our Instagrams everyday for a possible Bieber update. But alas! He has returned!! It’s been way too long Justin Bieber. Never leave us again.
OneRepublic and rapper B.O.B have collaborated for a new remix of the band’s single ‘Good Life.’ The track is streaming online now.
OneRepublic have also just launched a new online scrapbook to keep up with their fans. Fans who tweet a photo of themselves living the good life, along with the #goodlife hashtag, will automatically be featured in the album on the band’s official website, OneRepublic.net.
‘Good Life’ is the latest single from the band’s album ‘Waking Up,’ which is now available on iTunes.
Taking place on a dusty, secluded road in Calabasas, CA, on one overcast day, lead-singer Ryan Tedder’s soft whistling fills the speakers as OneRepublic’s music video for their new single, “Good Life,” plays on the computer.
In the song, Tedder, the band’s frontman and chief songwriter, sings about having the choice to live a good life no matter what hurdles or rough patches come your way.
“It’s probably the most universal lyric we have in any song on the album,” Brent Kutzle, the band’s base guitar and cello player, told andPOP. “Every other song takes a minute to really get into or to fully understand.”
Having recently released a second version of their music video for the single, “Good Life,” Kutzle feels the new edition truly reflects what the band wanted for the video. “This is the version we were initially expecting,” says Kutzle, “and [it] exceeded our expectations.”