Justin Bieber just got owned by two Pakistani girls

At the end of it, you can choose your favourite 'Baby' singer

Ibbad Shah February 18, 2015
At the end of it, you can choose your favourite 'Baby' singer. PHOTO: REUTERS

Justin Bieber, the global singing sensation and teenage heartthrob, just got some competition from a couple of unknown girls in Pakistan.

Singing their very own rendition of Bieber's most popular song 'Baby', the unidentified singers have gone viral on social media. The Express Tribune tried its best to identify the talented duo or where the video had been shot but couldn't get any confirmation till the filing of this report. We welcome our readers to identify the two girls.


The video shows the girls standing on a street and performing a jaw dropping rendition of Bieber's song with the help of some background music being played on a 'mutka'.  One impressed us with acing the lyrics and her melodious voice, while the other played a huge part in support vocals.

Maybe it's time for ScooterBraun, who discovered Bieber from YouTube, to take a look at this fresh talent. Who knows, we might just see the singing duo sign a contract with Global music star Usher.

Lets hope Bieber doesnt take his competition too seriously.

In his own words: We're just friends, what are you saying? Say there's another and look right in my eyes My first love broke my heart for the first time And I was like ... Baby, Baby, Baby.

At the end of it, its up to the viewers to choose their favorite 'Baby' singer.


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sam | 6 years ago | Reply it is without sound and instruments great
Observer | 6 years ago | Reply I think the most popular thing is not Bieber or the pakistani music bands but the other 'tubes' that all people discreetly visit. In fact , it is the most popular thing in all countries alike . Ok , maybe not North Korea ,but I wouldn't bet against it there too.
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