Justin Bieber Has Mad “Changes” To Become #1

Justin Bieber’s been enjoying his time under the spotlight for a while now. And it looks like he’s not leaving anytime soon because he recently scored his 7th No.1 album on the Billboard 200 charts with ‘Changes’. The album has become the third highest debut of 2020 after Eminem’s ‘Music to be Murdered and Halsey’s ‘’Manic’.

‘Changes’ earned 231,000 equivalent units in its debut week, and a good 135 million on-demand streams of the album’s songs. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption.

“My World 2.0” (2010), “Under The Mistletoe” (2011) “Believe” (2012) and “Purpose” (2015) – have landed the top spots on the charts. Meanwhile, two of his remix albums – “Never Say Never: The Remixes” (2011) and “Believe Acoustic” (2013) – also got to the number one position on the Billboard 200 charts. The ‘Yummy’ singer has become the youngest music artist to achieve seven No.1 albums.

The journey of ‘Changes’ has also been documented in a YouTube series called ‘Seasons’ which includes him discussing his marriage with Hailey Baldwin, prior drug use and his fight against Lyme disease.

Well, it’s a delight to see him soar, and perhaps we can finally admit that this comeback rivals that of the Jonas Brothers!