Justin Bieber’s New Album ‘Changes’ Earns Number 1 Spot on Billboard Top 200
Justin Bieber's new album is topping the Billboard chart.
Multi-award winning Canadian singer and songwriter, Justin Bieber, has made a stunning comeback into the music scene with his new album titled, ‘Changes.’
Changes made a great entry into the Billboards chart as it claimed the numero uno position in its opening week on Billboard 200.
Billboard reports that as of February 20, Justin Beiber’s first studio album after over four years sold over 231,000 copies. ‘Changes’ has the third-biggest opening week for an album that has been released in 2020.
The two albums which are ahead of Justin Bieber’s new album, ‘Changes,’ are ‘Music To Be Murdered By’ by Eminem and ‘Maniac’ by Halsey.
‘Music To Be Murdered By’ sold over 279,000 copies while ‘Maniac’ sold over 239,000 copies.
The ‘Yummy’ hitmaker has achieved a huge feat by claiming number spot with the new album. Justin Bieber has achieved a great mark by becoming the youngest artist to have seven number one albums. He has beaten the previous record-holder, Elvis Presley.
The ‘Sorry’ hitmaker’s previous albums include My World 2.0 (2010), Under The Mistletoe (2011), Believe (2012) and Purpose (2015) which topped the charts. Also, two of Justin Bieber’s remix albums, ‘Never Say Never: The Remixes’ (2011) and ‘Believe Acoustic’ (2013), have also gotten the number one spot on Billboard 200.
Justin Bieber has revealed several things about his personal life for weeks now. He opened up about how he was anxious before getting married to his wife, Hailey Baldwin in a recent interview. The talented singer said that he had asked lots of questions to be certain that he was ready to accept the responsibilities that come with being married.
The singer and his wife, Hailey Baldwin officially got married for the second time in South Carolina last year, in front of their family and friends. They exchanged vows at the Montage Hotel’s Palmetto Bluff in Somerset Chapel.
Justin Bieber is set for the 50-city tour which he announced in 2019. The first show will be held at CenturyLink Field on the 14th of May, 2020.