Justin Bieber Breaks Elvis Presley's US Chart Record

Justin Bieber broke Elvis Presley's US chart record
February 24, 2020 - 19:29 / Laura Pérez

Justin Bieber has beaten rock and roll legend Elvis Presley's record by becoming the youngest artist to have seven No. 1 albums on US charts! Find out more about it here...

The "What Do You Mean" singer Justin Bieber has broken Elvis Presley's record, set 59 years ago, by becoming the youngest artist to score seven number 1 albums on US charts!

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Bieber, who is 25 years old, has topped the chart with his most recent album Changes, beating the "King of Rock & Roll" whose seventh album Blue Hawaii was released in 1961 when he was 26.

Elvis Presley serenades a basset hound in a top hat with the song, 'Hound Dog' on the set of 'The Steve Allen Show,' July 1956

Justin Bieber also has number 1 albums in the U.K.

The first time Justin Bieber topped the US chart was in 2010, at the age of only 16, with his debut album My World 2.0. In the United Kingdom, he has had two number one albums: 2012's Believe, and 2020's Changes. 

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