Justin Bieber went on a long sabbatical, making his fans fervent to listen to his new music. After the hiatus, the singer made sure he makes a bang-on entry and treats his fans with chartbuster songs. The singer achieved several milestones after the long break and has added a new achievement to his list yesterday (August 30). The singer has created history and has become the most listened to artist ever on Spotify.

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With a whopping number of 83.3 million listeners, Bieber managed to break Ariana Grande’s record. Before him, Grande held the record with 82 million monthly listeners. Grammy award-winning singer, The Weeknd ranks at number two with 74.5 million monthly listeners, while Ed Sheeran is positioned at 3 with 72.4 listeners. Bieber’s Justice album, and his hit single with The Kid LAROI, ‘Stay‘ also continues to cruise at number one.

Earlier, Justin Bieber had landed his 20th Top 10 on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with Anyone, which marked its debut at No. 1 on the tally dated January 16. The song also debuted at Number One on the first Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs chart of 2021. The singer wrote the track with help from Andrew Watt and Jon Bellion, among others, before releasing it on New Year’s Day. It is a 1980s and 1990s-inspired pop track, with a rhythmic pulse. It amassed more than 13 million streams in the first week of 2021.

Bieber recently appeared on Shark Tank to hawk an office chair. He stood up for the product and touted how the ALL33 chair from Simtec improved his posture and showed how it allowed him to do ab exercises. He also shot a basketball.

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“If ya gotta sit, this is it,” he said. However, even after Bieber’s endorsement, the chair was ultimately rejected by Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, and the other potential shark investors. But the Anyone singer’s video presentation, which he filmed in the fall, has allowed the company to experience “multiple record-breaking sales months” according to ET Canada.