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Justin Bieber Is Feeling ‘Super Grateful’ About His Latest No. 1 Album With ‘Changes’

The day after Justin Bieber earned his seventh No. 1 album with 'Changes,' he took to social media to share his 'grateful' reaction. See what he said here.

It was a big weekend for Justin Bieber, who earned his seventh No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with Changes on Sunday (Feb. 23). The “Yummy” singer took to social media Monday morning (Feb. 24) to celebrate, even teasing that he may have a celebratory surprise for fans.

“Super grateful for this past week with #changes,” Bieber tweeted. “This week is the big finale of #JustinBieberSeasons and another music video from changes on @AppleMusic and I think I might give you a visual album.”

Bieber shared several posts of the headlines Changes made in its first week, including the fact that his latest No. 1 made history: At 25 years old, he is the youngest solo artist to achieve seven No. 1 albums, breaking a record previously held by Elvis Presley. On Instagram, he captioned the news “Thank you,” and on Twitter, he simply said, “Grateful.”


Before finding out about Changes‘ big debut, Bieber stopped by Kanye West’s Sunday Service to deliver a powerful rendition of Marvin Sapp’s song “Never Would Have Made It.” And just before that, Bieber tweeted “Today is a great day.” He certainly wasn’t wrong.

Take a look at Bieber’s reaction to Changes debuting at No. 1 below.


Thank you. #CHANGES

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