Justin Bieber Guinness Book Of Records 2017: Facts On Six New Entries
Justin Bieber enters the Guinness Book of Records for the 2017 edition for his six new entries.Advertisement
The 22-year-old hitmaker’s album “Purpose” has paved the way for the six entries for the Justin Bieber Guinness Book of Records for 2017.
Justin Bieber’s Purpose album was recorded as the Most Streamed Album in on week on Spotify and the Most Streamed track for his hit single “What Do You Mean.”
Moreover, Justin Bieber is the first act to have his named etched under the all top three positions on UK singles chart for his “Love Yourself,” “Sorry,” and “What Do You Mean.” This was recorded last year following the release of his “Purpose” album.
The Canadian singer also holds the record for the most followed in Twitter for his 85 million fans.
The star’s YouTube music channel is also recorded at the Guinness Book of Records with over 10,478,651,389 views. He also has the most subscribers on YouTube for the male category with 20,711,202 subscribers.
The 2017 Guinness Book of Records has sent Justin Bieber his certificates for his several new entries which he agreed to pose with, Mirror UK said.
Meanwhile, Sam Smith has also entered the Guinness World Records for his impressive record for having most successive weeks in UK Top 10 for his debut album.
The singer’s James Bond theme “Spectre” song entitled “Writing’s On The Wall” released in 2015 has also reached the top position in the UK charts.
David Bowie returned to the Guinness Book of Records after ten years as he earned his posthumous record for most simultaneous entries in UK album charts.
The late hit maker had his 19 albums hit the UK Top 100m while ten of them are included in the UK Top 40.
For the 2017 Guinness Book of Records, Ringo Starr of Beatles now holds the most expensive vinyl record that was opened for auction. It was sold at $790,000 or £522,438 at Julien’s Auction house in Los Angeles, California, USA last year.