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Justin Bieber Infuses Hot 100 With 13 Songs From New Album 'Justice'

Justin Bieber
Rory Kramer

Justin Bieber

He charts 13 songs from the set, after two previously scaled the survey.

Justin Bieber makes history as the first solo male to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart and the Billboard 200 albums chart simultaneously, as "Peaches," featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon, launches atop the Hot 100 and Bieber's new LP Justice enters atop the Billboard 200 (dated April 3).

Meanwhile, Bieber sends 13 songs from the album onto the Hot 100 (after two from the release previously charted).

The LP opens with 154,000 equivalent album units, according to MRC Data, marking Bieber's eighth Billboard 200 No. 1.


The set's "Peaches," featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon, arrives on the Hot 100 as Bieber's seventh leader, and each featured act's first.

Here's a rundown of all of Bieber's entries on the latest Hot 100. All are debuts except where noted.

Rank, Title
No. 1, "Peaches," feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon
No. 16, "Anyone" (up from No. 36; debuted and peaked at No. 6)
No. 20, "Hold On" (up from No. 59, new peak)
No. 43, "As I Am," feat. Khalid
No. 62, "Unstable," feat. The Kid LAROI
No. 64, "Off My Face"
No. 66, "Ghost"
No. 68, "2 Much"
No. 76, "Deserve You"
No. 81, "Die for You," feat. Dominic Fike
No. 84, "Love You Different," feat. BEAM
No. 87, "Loved by You," feat. Burna Boy
No. 91, "Somebody"

In addition to the 13 songs above, Justice tracks "Holy," featuring Chance the Rapper, and "Lonely," with Benny Blanco, previously hit the Hot 100, reaching Nos. 3 and 12, respectively.

Bieber's 11 debuts on the Hot 100 bring his career total to 98 entries, the 11th-most in the chart's 62-year history. Drake holds the all-time record, with 231 appearances, followed by the Glee Cast (207) and Lil Wayne (170).

Further, Dominic Fike, BEAM and Burna Boy all earn their first career entries on the Hot 100, thanks to their respective featured credits on "Die for You," "Love You Different" and "Loved by You."