Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone

Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone

Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone

Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone :

New records are always being set in the entertainment industry – it’s the nature of the business, and progress itself. But it’s still kind of surprising that Justin Bieber is now the first male artist ever to debut at no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart more than once. And even more incredibly, he’s only the third act overall to achieve this feat, joining Britney Spears and Mariah Carey in this extremely exclusive club, according to Billboard itself.

As we do every Monday, let’s run through the Hot 100’s top 10, and beyond. Highlights of the airplay/sales/streaming-based Hot 100 post on Billboard.com each Monday, with all charts updated each Tuesday.

Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone

I imagine that the average person, without an in-depth knowledge of the music industry or how the Hot 100 chart works, would probably assume that many hugely successful pop stars have had multiple songs debut at number one on the chart. But it’s not so, and even a star as big as Bieber had to sneak into the club as a featured artist, joining DJ Khaled as well as Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne, and Quavo for “I’m the One.” Bieber’s previous Hot 100-topping debut was his very own “What Do You Mean?” in 2015, though.

Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone

With “Mean” and “One,” the pop superstar ties Britney Spears‘ total of chart-topping starts, which she earned with “3” in 2009 and “Hold It Against Me” in 2011. Bieber and Spears trail only Mariah Carey’s record hat trick of No. 1 debuts, achieved with “Fantasy” and “One Sweet Day,” with Boyz II Men, both in 1995, and “Honey” in 1997. Together, Bieber, Carey and Spears account for seven of the 28 songs (25 percent) that have debuted at No. 1 on the Hot 100.

Three years later, “Sorry,” the Purpose follow-up to “Mean,” also entered at the runner-up rank, blocked from the summit by the concurrent No. 1 entrance of Adele’s “Hello.” Likewise, Major Lazer’s “Cold Water,” which features Bieber and MO, also began at No. 2, barred by Sia’s “Cheap Thrills,” featuring Sean Paul. Of the three No. 2 debuts, one track, “Sorry,” eventually ascended to the top, earning a three-week reign in 2016.

The magazine also points out that Bieber has come within one spot on the Hot 100 three different times, kept from entering or even surpassing Carey’s accomplishment. But close doesn’t count on the Billboard charts, so if he has any interest in breaking this particular record he’d better start signing on for more guest spots like “I’m the One.”

Justin Bieber The First Male Artist To Reach A Certain Billboard Hot 100 Milestone

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