Justin Drew Bieber, better known by his stage name Justin Bieber, is a Canadian singer and songwriter who is regarded as one of the world’s most famous singers. He is the son of Jeremy Jack Bieber and Pattie Mallette, and was born on March 1, 1994, in London, Ontario, Canada.
He was interested in hockey, football, and chess as a child, but he always kept his interest in music to himself. He self-taught himself how to play the piano, drums, guitar, and trumpet as he grew older. He earned second place in a singing competition in Stratford when he was 12 years old, singing the song “So Sick” by R&B musician Ne-Yo.
Justin Bieber’s mother published recordings of him performing songs by Usher, Chris Brown, Stevie Wonder, Justin Timberlake, and Ne-Yo at the end of 2008. Mr. Scooter Braun, a music industry executive, found Justin Bieber when he watched him in some YouTube videos and was blown away by his skill. He then became his manager as well. Justin was reunited with Usher in Atlanta, where he signed a musical contract with the Raymond Braun Media Group (RBMG) record label and an offer from L.A. Reid to record with Island Records.
On July 9, 2009, he released his first song, “One Time,” which was played on the radio while he was recording his debut album. In its first week of release, the song achieved the twelfth spot on the Canadian Hot 100 chart, and then the seventeenth spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In international markets, the song was a huge hit.
Justin Bieber Health:
Justin Bieber had some health issues on March 7, 2013, after passing out behind the scenes at the O2 Arena in London. During his performance, he complained of respiratory issues and was taken to the hospital. In October of that year, he stated that every Monday for the next 10 weeks, he would release a new song.
Justin Bieber and singer Khalil were arrested on accusations of driving while inebriated and resisting arrest without violence on January 23, 2014, in Miami. He admitted to drinking, smoking marijuana, and abusing prescription medications, according to police. On bond, he was released. After flinging eggs at his neighbor’s house on July 9, that year, he was charged with vandalism in California.
Justin Bieber’s single “What Do You Mean?” was released on August 28, 2015, and it became the number one song in over 20 countries. He released the album’s second single, “Sorry,” as an instant download with the pre-order of the album on iTunes on October 23 of that year. On the Billboard Hot 100, the song debuted at #2. His sixth album, “Purpose,” was released on November 13 and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. That year, it was the fourth most popular album.
Justin Bieber and Major Lazer collaborated on a new song called “Cold Water” on July 22, 2016. He was the third artist to debut at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
Justin Bieber followed in the footsteps of his song “Sorry,” releasing his new single “Friends” online on August 17, 2017.
Justin Bieber Dad and Mom:
Justin Bieber grew up with a single mother. Jeremy Bieber, his father, went to establish a family with an other woman. According to certain media sources, Justin and his father were not close as children; his father has been described as a “deadbeat” who only resurfaced after Justin rose to popularity on YouTube. Jeremy is said to have contemplated becoming a rapper and has fought with addiction. Justin was also said to have been partying with his father immediately before his arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs in January 2014.
Justin has stated that he and his father are close despite their apparently tumultuous relationship. “I have a terrific relationship with my father,” Justin, then 16 years old, told Seventeen magazine in 2010. He taught me how to play the guitar when I was younger, including Bob Dylan’s ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.'” Justin’s first tattoo, a seagull, was inked in 2010, and it was inspired by one of his father’s.
“I’m a lot closer to my dad than I am to my mother,” Justin told GQ magazine in February 2016. Justin attended a reception to commemorate his father’s engagement to girlfriend Chelsey Rebelow two months later. Justin welcomed little sister Bay into the family after Jeremy became a father for the second time in August 2018.
Justin Bieber Net Worth:
Justin Bieber’s net worth as of 2020 is $285 million, according to Wealthy Gorilla, thanks to his song sales, clothing, product endorsements, touring, and other business interests.
Justin Bieber and Wife, Hailey Baldwin!
TMZ reported on July 7 that Bieber and model Hailey Baldwin had gotten engaged during a meal in the Bahamas after they were frequently seen together during the summer of 2018. The couple had previously dated before breaking up in 2016, going through a “long period of time when we weren’t friends” before rekindling their friendship and ultimately their romance, according to Bieber.
On September 13, 2018, just two months after getting engaged, Bieber and Baldwin allegedly received a marriage license at a New York City courthouse. “I can’t wait to marry you, darling,” Bieber reportedly said, according to TMZ. He confirmed his marital status later that year.
Justin Bieber ALBUMS.
My World, Bieber’s debut album, was released in November 2009 and sold over 137,000 copies in its first week. In 2010, Bieber published My World 2.0, a collection of ten new songs for his burgeoning fan base. Never Say Never was published in 2011, followed by Under the Mistletoe, a holiday album released the same year. Before the letdown of the next year’s Journals, a melancholy album without a big song, the album Believe sold 374,000 copies in its first week in 2012.
Purpose, Bieber’s fifth million-selling album in the United States before the end of the year, marked his comeback. With the release of Changes in February 2020, the 25-year-old broke Elvis Presley’s record of having seven albums debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 200, a feat previously achieved by a 26-year-old Elvis Presley.
The following are some of Bieber’s most popular songs:
- 2010: My World 2.0.
- 2011: Under the Mistletoe.
- 2012: Believe.
- 2015: Purpose.
- 2000: CSI: Las Vegas
- 2009: True Jackson VP.
- 2010: Silent Library.
- 2010: School Gyrls.
- 2010: CSI: Scene investigation.
- 2011: Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. – Musical, Documental.EU.
- 2011: Justin Bieber: Rise to fame. – Documentary film. The UK.
- 2011: Almost Famous IV. – Documentary film. The UK.
- 2012: The X Factor USA.
- 2012: Justin Bieber: All around the World. -A documentary, musical.
- 2013: The Simpsons.
- 2013: Believe. – Documentary film.
- 2015: Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber. – Documentary comedy.
- 2016: Zoolander 2 – Comedy.
- 2017: Objective: Hasselhoff. – Thriller.
- 2017: Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life. – Documentary film.
- MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Male Artist: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
- MTV Video Music Awards for Best New Artist 2010.
- BET Award for New Artist 2010.
- American Music Award for Artist of the Year: 2010 and 2012.
- American Music Award for Favorite Male Rock / Pop Artist: 2010, 2012 and 2016.
- American Music Award to Favorite Rock / Pop Album, by My World 2.0: 2010.
- MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Pop Artist 2011.
- MTV Video Music Awards Japan Award for Best New Video, for “Baby”: 2011.
- MTV Video Music Awards Award for Best Male Video 2011.
- CMT Music Awards Award for Collaborative Video of the Year, by That Should Be Me (with Rascal Flatts): 2011.
- Billboard Music Award to the Public’s Favorite 2011.
- Billboard Music Award for Best Artist in Streaming 2011.
- Billboard Music Award for Best Pop Album, for My World 2.0: 2011.
- Billboard Music Award to Top Social Artist: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
- American Music Award to Favorite Rock / Pop Album, by Believe 2.0: 2012.
- Billboard Music Award for Male Artist 2013.
- Philippine Walk of Fame 2014
- ASCAP Award for Most Interpreted Song, by Beauty And A Beat: 2014.
- MTV Video Music Awards Award for Best Visual Effects 2015.
- American Music Award for Collaboration of the Year: 2015.
- People’s Choice Awards for Best Song, for “What do you mean”: 2015.
- Latin American Music Award to Favorite Artist – Crossover 2016.
- Grammy Award for the best dance recording 2016.
- Brit Award for Male International Artist 2016.
- Billboard Music Award for Best Male Artist 2016.
- Billboard Music Award for Best Artist in Social Media 2016.
- American Music Award to Favorite Pop / Rock Song, for Love Yourself: 2016.
- American Music Award to Favorite Rock / Pop Album, by Purpose 2016.
- Danish Music Award to Årets Internationale Hit 2016.
- MTV Europe Music Awards to Song of the year, for Sorry: 2016.
- Much Music Video Awards for Favorite Artist or Group: 2016.
- ASCAP Award for Song most performed, by Cold wáter and Sorry: 2017.
- ASCAP Song of the Year Award, for Love yourself: 2017.
- iHeartRadio Music Awards for Male Artist of the Year 2017.
- iHeartRadio Music Awards to Dance Song of the Year, for Let Me Love You and Cold Water: 2017.
- iHeartRadio Music Awards for Male Artist of the Year 2017.
- iHeartRadio Music Awards to best fans 2017.
- Billboard Latin Music Artist of the Year Award, crossover: 2017.