Top 10 Justin Bieber Songs

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Justin Bieber has a separate fan base. His fans are too loyal and call themselves “Beliebers”. His career started really early i.e. at the age of 13 and over the years he has climbed the ladder of success with the constant support of his fans. His life has also been a roller-coaster ride with many ups and downs. From falling in love with Selena Gomez at a young age to marrying Hailey Baldwin, his life has been a spectacle for everyone. But something that has been constant is his music. His talent was recognized early by an agency and thus his songs have been on Billboard Hot 100 from the very start which is huge. He has made the best songs over the years and here are the top 10 from them.

1. Sorry

Sorry is the second single in the album Purpose released in 2015. Justin co-wrote it with DJ Skrillex and the songwriting team of Justin Tranter and Julia Michaels. It is rumored that the song is penned and addressed to Selena Gomez, his former girlfriend. The song reached at number 2 in US pop chart and spent 21 consecutive weeks in the chart. The music video was also a huge hit and became the second fastest video to hit 1 billion views after Adele’s Hello.

2. Where Are U Now

This song was made together by Justin and Jack Ü aka Diplo and Skrillex. Justin also co-penned the song. This was a huge hit and brought Bieber’s career back into the limelight. The song also won a Grammy for the Best Dance Recording. It reached number 8 in the Billboard Hot 100 and paved the way for the upcoming album Purpose.

3. Love Yourself

Love Yourself is the calm relief in the album Purpose which reminds you to love yourself first. Justin Bieber co-wrote “Love Yourself” with Ed Sheeran and Benny Blanco. Originally the song was going to be in the Album ÷ by Ed Sheeran but Ed gave it to Justin later on. The song hit #1 in the US charts and earned two Grammy Award nominations for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.

4. Beauty and a Beat

This single featuring Nicki Minaj is also from the album Propose and apparently the only song which Justin didn’t co-write. The song is co-produced Max Martin and Zedd. The video racked up a huge 10.6 million views in its first 24 hours of being online. Anton Zaslavski originally wrote the song for his debut album Clarity, but decided it did not fit the album’s style. The song reached number 6 in US weekly charts.

5. Baby

Baby featuring Ludacris was the first single from Justin Bieber’s second album and it became an instant hit. The song reached number 5 on Billboard Top 100 which was huge for a teenager. There are cameo appearances by artists like Drake, Lil Twist, and Tinashe in the music video. The song became Justin Bieber’s highest charting single.

6. What Do You Mean

What Do You Mean hit #1 on US Billboard Hot 100. It also went #1 on the dance chart. It was the top 10 pop songs of 2015 according to many press outlets. The song also reached #1 in the UK and Australia which was a first for Bieber. This set the week-one record for Spotify when it was streamed 21 million times in just five days. This song is a single from the album Purpose.

7. Confident

Justin ended his ‘Music Mondays’ series with this song. Singing about the girl who is confident. The song featuring Chance the Rapper was released in 2013. The song climbed to #41 on the Billboard Hot 100 but reached #13 on the R&B songs chart.

8. One Time

“One Time” was Justin Bieber’s debut single from his debut album “My World” which was released in 2009. “One Time” peaked at #17 on the US pop chart and sold over a million digital copies. The album reached #5 on the album chart in the US.

9. Boyfriend

“Boyfriend” was a single from the album “Believe”, it’s release date was announced on Bieber’s 18th birthday with a special appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show. It debuted at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 becoming his highest charting single yet.

10. Let Me Love You

“Let Me Love You” was released as the third single from DJ Snake’s debut studio album Encore. “Let Me Love You” debuted at #12 on the US pop chart and ultimately climbed to #4 becoming Justin Bieber’s twelfth top 10 pop hit and DJ Snake’s third.