It a big weekend for Justin Bieber ‘Changes’ album, who earned his seventh No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 on Sunday (Feb. 23). The “Yummy” singer took to social media Monday morning (Feb. 24) to celebrate. So even teasing that he may have a celebratory surprise for fans.

Justin Bieber always heads straight for the top of the Billboard 200. So right from the moment, he announces he had a new album on the way. It’s been five years since he last released a full-length. But the Canadian pop star’s popularity hasn’t diminished at all. So as evidence by the first-week performance of his new set.


Justin Bieber ‘Changes’ album open top the Billboard 200 this week with 231,000 equivalent units. That number includes 126,000 actual purchases and 135 million streams (which is broken down into 101,000 streaming equivalent units). The singer’s latest project claims the biggest week among all albums this year and the largest debut. So though that’s not terribly surprising given the fact it’s only February.

Bieber has now appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 seven times in just under 10 years. He first reaches the penthouse in March of 2010 with his debut album My World 2.0. But which follow an EP called My World. So that made its debut on the chart in 2009 (though it didn’t reach the peak position). His other three traditional studio albums—2012’s Believe, 2015’s Purpose and now Changes—all rose to the summit as well.

Take a look at Bieber’s reaction to Changes debuting at No. 1 below.

He has also pushed two remix records—2011’s Never Say Never: The Remixes and 2013’s Believe Acoustic. So as well as a Christmas collection, 2011’s Under the Mistletoe, to the peak position.

In addition to his seven No. 1s on the Billboard 200. Bieber has also sent two other titles—the My World EP (2009) and My Worlds Acoustic (2010)—into the top 10. So bringing his career total to nine big wins on the albums chart.


Justin Bieber ‘Changes’ album has already sent three songs onto the Hot 100, and it is likely just getting a start. Lead single “Yummy” almost became the singer’s sixth No. 1 on the ranking of the all-genre songs. But it kept from a ruling by just one track. The cut peak in the runner-up rung and quickly fell down the tally. A promotional single with Kehlani, “Get Me,” didn’t perform very well, only making it to No. 93 for one frame. The most recent release from the set, second official single “Intentions” with Quavo, stalled at No. 11, failing to become a new top 10 smash for both artists, who are accustom to the region.

Justin Bieber ‘Changes’ album leads a relatively busy week for new releases breaking into the top 10, which isn’t typical for this time of year.


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