September 4, 2015
Justin Bieber broke a new record
The Canadian singer launched the issue on August 28 and only five days later, the site, located in Sweden, and announced that it had broken the record for the most listened song during the week of its release.
The reference mark was set last month by the British One Direction, with 20 million listeners in the first week of his title "Drag Me Down".
Justin Bieber has a peak of popularity after his performance on Sunday night at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles (California, western United States), where he performed two songs, including "What do you mean?".
Raising numerous comments in social networks, the Canadian 21 seemed mourn the end of their choreography. The singer told the American presenter Jimmy Fallon who was overcome by emotion to see the public support of Los Angeles.
Bieber was booed intensely in his last appearance in a similar ceremony, the Billboard Awards in 2013.
Since the release of his latest album, Believe, in 2012, Justin became a frequent target of jokes related to its many follies offstage.
"What do you mean?" It should appear on the singer's next album, which is scheduled for November 13 with a title that has not yet been disclosed. Bieber working on this album, their fourth, with figures such as music producer Rick Rubin, the DJ Skrillex and rapper Kanye West.
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