JUSTIN BIEBER MAKES IRISH CHART HISTORY

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JUSTIN BIEBER MAKES IRISH CHART HISTORY
 
·        Holds Top 3 Singles For The Second Week
 
·        Knocks Adele From The #1 Album Spot
 
DUBLIN IRELAND, 8 JANUARY 2016 – Justin Bieber makes Irish Chart history today. For the second week Justin Bieber holds every spot in the Top 3 Irish Singles Chart and has also successfully knocked Adele from thealbum top spot, taking the #1 album position in this week’s Official Irish Album Charts. His singles ‘Love Yourself’, ‘Sorry’ and ‘What Do You Mean’ hold the No.1, No.2 and No.3 spots respectively for the second week in a row, making Irish Chart History as no other artist or band has simultaneously held these 3 positions in the Irish Singles Charts before now.
 
His first single ‘What Do You Mean’ is now triple platinum in Ireland, having spent 7 weeks at #1 and a total of 19 weeks in the Top 5 Singles Charts.  His 6th album, PURPOSE, has sold 5 million sales globally and is shattering records all over the world. It currently holds the Global Spotify record for most albums streams in one week with over 200 Million plays, and has a record breaking 17 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 – a previous record held by Drake (2015) & The Beatles (1964) for 14 songs.
 
Speaking about his album, Justin explains “It’s been an amazing journey to write, record and deliver this record to my fans. I’m so glad people have participated in it, and I hope they are receptive to it and love it as much as I do. This is only the first step in the journey for me. This album is so personal to me, there’s so much of my heart and soul in it, and I can’t wait to bring my fans along for the ride.”
 
The new album’s success is underscored by the announcement of Justin’s PURPOSE WORLD TOUR 2016, opening March 9th.  The 90+ city, 100+ date tour, promoted by AEG Live, will bring Bieber’s dynamic live show across the USA & Canada, and to Ireland, England, France, Germany, Spain, Scandinavia and more.
 
Justin Bieber returns to Ireland on November 1st & 2nd to perform two sold out shows at Dublin’s 3Arena
 
 

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