Justin Bieber has become the first musician in Spotify's history to surpass 90 million monthly listeners on the streaming service. According to Chart Data, the Canadian pop star has reached 91.8 million monthly listeners.
Ed Sheeran sits at number two with 80.5 million listeners, while The Weeknd (78.1 million), Ariana Grande (73.4 million) and Dua Lipa (66.7 million) round out the other top five positions.
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For the sixth position is occupied by Adele (66.2 million), then seventh is Coldplay (62.3 million), Taylor Swift (60.7 million), Elton John (60 million), and in tenth place is Doja Cat (56.7 million). million).
Bieber released his sixth studio album Justice in March. The album spawned the singles “Holy”, “Lonely”, “Anyone”, “Hold On”, “Ghost”, to “Peaches” which were hugely successful globally and featured Daniel Caesar-Giveon.
This year Justin has also featured on a number of other songs, including “Don't Go” with Skrillex, and his big collaboration with The Kid LAROI, “Stay”. In a four-star review, NME's Will Lavin called the Justice album Bieber's redemption song, and a fitting work after Purpose.
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“On Justice album, he sings about the things he cares about: his wife, his mental health, social injustice and much more besides. Justin is fully back with this album,” said Will Lavin as reported by NME, Sunday (12/26/12). ).
Earlier this year, Bieber broke another Spotify record, when it was revealed that he had amassed 83.3 million listeners in August. The previous record was held by Ariana Grande who was around 82 million listeners.