Justin Bieber Just Made 'Yummy' Even Tastier With a Limited-Edition Offer

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Justin Bieber waits in the ring after the fight between KSI and Logan Paul at Staples Center on Nov. 9, 2019 in Los Angeles.

After jumping onto multiple Billboard radio airplay charts following its Jan. 3 release, Justin Bieber is celebrating the success of his "Yummy" single by giving Beliebers a treat. "Next 24 hours only. Limited edition and signed πŸ™‚ thank you everyone for showing #yummy so much love," Bieber wrote on Wednesday (Jan. 8) of the one-day-only offer to give back by offering fans limited-edition signed copies of the irresistible song on CD and pink cassettes.

The singer, who revealed on Wednesday that he is battling Lyme disease, is offering the rare treat after "Yummy" -- his first solo material since his album Purpose in 2015 -- launched at No. 38 on the all-format Radio Songs chart with 26.7 million audience impressions after three days of availability, according to Nielsen Music.

"Yummy" also charged onto the Pop Songs (No. 22), Rhythmic Songs (No. 28) and Adult Pop Songs (No. 29) format-specific airplay charts. Boosting the song's profile, participating iHeartMedia-owned stations played it hourly in its first day of release.

Watch the "Yummy" video below.