Justin Bieber dethrones Elvis Presley as youngest musician with seven Number 1 albums on Billboard Hot 200

Justin Bieber broke the long-standing record of the pop legend Elvis Presley by earning this honour at a young age of 25, thanks to his latest album Changes.

FP Staff February 26, 2020 10:25:56 IST
Justin Bieber dethrones Elvis Presley as youngest musician with seven Number 1 albums on Billboard Hot 200

Pop sensation Justin Bieber has now become the youngest musician of all time to score seven Number 1 albums on the Billboard Hot 200 list.

Justin Bieber dethrones Elvis Presley as youngest musician with seven Number 1 albums on Billboard Hot 200

Justin Bieber (left) broke Elvis Presley's record to become the youngest musician of all time to score seven Number 1 albums on the Billboard Hot 200 list. Images from Twitter

According to USA Today, Bieber broke the long-standing record of the pop legend Elvis Presley by earning this honour at a young age of 25, thanks to his latest album Changes. 

The singer announced the news in a post on Instagram


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Thank you. #changes

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This is one year less than Presley who achieved this feat with his 1961 album Blue Hawaii at the age of 26. Bieber recently took to Twitter in order to express his gratefulness for this milestone. Check out his tweet here

Bieber dropped the album Changes this Valentine's Day, which is his first since the year 2015, reported USA Today.

Check out Bieber's announcement of Changes here

Nearly 231,000 copies of the album have been sold as of now.

This comes as his fifth studio album to hit the number one spot, apart from two remix albums.

(With inputs from Asian News International)

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