Purpose has already produced Bieber's first three Hot 100 No. 1s: "What Do You Mean?," which debuted atop the Sept. 19 chart, reigning for one week; "Sorry" (three weeks at No. 1); and "Love Yourself" (two weeks at No. 1). The set also includes "Where Are U Now," billed as by Skrillex & Diplo featuring Bieber; it reached No. 8 on the Hot 100 in July, prior to Purpose's Nov. 13 release.
Purpose arrived atop the Dec. 5 Billboard 200, becoming his sixth No. 1 album, and has sold 1.5 million to date, according to Nielsen Music. "Company" has sold 57,000 downloads as an album track, while its Purpose: The Movement video on his official YouTube channel has drawn more than 17 million worldwide clicks.
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Even ahead of its official radio promotion, "Company" has already contributed to Hot 100 history: it debuted at No. 53 (its peak; it then logged three more chart weeks) on the Dec. 5 tally, becoming one of a record 17 songs that Bieber placed on the Hot 100 that week. The sum bested the prior record 14 each that the Beatles and Drake had previously charted in a single week.