Justin Bieber broke Beatles’, Drake’s and 50 Cent’s records of holding the most slots of singles on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously.
Justin Bieber has come back with a bang on the music scene. In the past few years, Justin went reeling out of control and then made amends to concentrate on his music.
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Instead of the secretive endorsement plans used by Taylor Swift, Justin used social media to its full capacity to keep his fans hooked to his music. Results came out with the release of his brand new album, Purpose.
The young singer now holds a record that was previously held by the musical giants of all time, The Beatles. With the release of his album, Justin now holds the record of having 17 songs on the Dec. 5 edition of Billboard’s Hot 100 simultaneously.
The record was previously held by the Beatles with 14 songs on the Billboard’s Hot 100 51 years ago. He also beat out on Drake on March 7 and Oct. 17 of this year.
Purpose also debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 200. He also managed to tie a record currently held by the Beatles and 50 Cent which is having three songs in the Hot 100 top five. Bieber also managed to beat the competition by outselling the One Direction’s album, Made in the A.M.
The experts believe that the popularity of Justin’s songs can be accredited to release of music videos released for every song on his album. Justin has also confirmed that he will be making a nationwide tour starting March next year and finish in December. The star definitely made his own splash at the American Music Awards on Sunday performing Forgive.
The after party was a great way to celebrate his success which was also attended by his former flame Selena Gomez. Despite being spotted together, the duo has not confirmed any dating rumors. Both of them left with different people from the party.
"They care about each other and miss each other, but they're not getting back together right now," an insider told People.
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So Justin will have his fans and collaborating artists to share his success with. A success that might be short lived seeing that Adele’s 25 sold 2.3 million copies in its first three days in the U.S.