Justin Bieber’s “Changes” Reaches No. 1 Album, Makes History

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25-year-old Justin Bieber has made history with his seventh album Changes reaching the No.1 album on the Billboard 200 chart.

Bieber is the youngest solo artist to reach seven No.1 album’s—a title that was previously held by Elvis Presley who got his seventh No.1 album, at 26-years-old and went on to reach 10 No.1 albums.

Changes came out on February 14 and in its first week, it’s earned 231,000 equivalent album units in the U.S, which makes it the third-largest week of 2020 for an album.

Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered earned 279,000 equivalent albums and Halsey’s Manic earned 239,000.

Changes is Bieber’s first album in over four years since Purpose, which debuted at No.1 in December 2015.

Also on the Top 10 chart are A Boogie Wit de Hoodie, Tame Impala, and Monsta X.