Publication date March 10, 2022
Top 5 highest grossing songs by Justin Bieber
In the music world, Justin Bieber has established quite the name for himself. As a well-known Canadian musician he not only has a crazy female fanbase, but his albums have all debuted at number one and sold over one million copies or more. From teen idols to adult pop artists, he was able to make the move quite easily and there aren’t many artists who have accomplished this.
Justin Bieber was born on March 1, 1994, as Justin Drew Bieber. Justin Bieber understood from a young age that he wanted to be a singer and when he was 12 years old he entered a singing competition and performed "So Sick" by Ne-Yo. After seeing the video uploaded to YouTube by Justin Bieber's mum, Scooter Braun introduced him to Usher, a singer, and composer. Usher and Scooter Braun, both songwriters, signed him to their label. Although Justin Timberlake expressed interest in Justin Bieber he decided to go with Usher and the rest was history.
"Baby," "Sorry," and "Despacito" are Justin Bieber's three-diamond hits. Throughout his career, he has received various honors. Time Magazine named him one of the most influential individuals on the planet.
The song "Boyfriend" is a captivating track from the Believe album. The beat of the song is r&b. The r7b beat song's title is self-explanatory — where Bieber aspires to be THE boyfriend and persuade the girl he would do anything for her.
The interesting thing about this fast-paced and addictive song is that the original intent of the lyrics of the song was to talk about Bieber having sex — because he was under 16 when he recorded this song, the writers had to rewrite the words and because at the time his supporters were mostly young girls, this was a sensible decision. This combination of acoustic and electronic music isn't the type of dance tune he usually records, but it will allow you to move around while listening to it. Justin Bieber gives rapping a shot. In the verses, he raps while singing the chorus and pre-chorus. He sings in time with the tempo changes throughout the song. He was able to seamlessly go from rapping to singing without losing a beat.
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The song is an apologetic song from the Purpose album. The song about him apologizing to someone he has wronged is a beautiful mix of dancehall pop and tropical house music. He wants a second chance to make up for the person he wronged. The song is about making atonement for something you did wrong, and rumor has it that it might also be about a past lover — as he was linked with Selena Gomez.
The personal touch added in this song makes his transition from adolescent idol to adult pop star evident. While the track has a smooth and hot EDM beat to it, the enthralling combination creates an island beat that is ideal for dancing. The song begins with a piano solo that is well worth listening to. We challenge you to remain still while listening to this addictive beat.
#3 Where Are U
Following the June 29th release of its official music video, Skrillex and Diplo's "Where Are U Now," which features the Biebs on vocals, is a must-listen for pop lovers. Last week, the song's streaming figures soared thanks to the fan-created video, but "Where Are U Now" is also gaining traction on radio and approaching the Top 10 on the Digital Songs chart.
"Where Are U Now" is a fantastic song: intelligent, sleek, emotive, and with a tense breakdown that counteracts Bieber's delicate crooning. "Where Are U Now" is also the perfect tune for Bieber to kick off his comeback.
The song's entire life cycle has been one of gradual, organic growth: "Where Are U Now" spent 17 weeks pushing its way into the Top 10 and gaining listeners, slipping onto more and more summertime playlists, before the video arrived last week and helped the song hit a new peak in its 18th frame. While a pop singer would generally like a splashy premiere for their latest track, Bieber found that the slow chart movement of "Where Are U Now" was the perfect thing for him.
#2 What Do You Mean?
This catchy tune from the Purpose album has a tropical house and pop beat to it. This song is rumored to recount the romance between Justin and Salena during their time together. When it comes to instrumentation, his production crew leaves nothing to chance. Throughout the song, there is flute instrumentation.
The bass is really used well in this song as well. A clock is ticking in the background, which isn't necessary yet doesn't detract from the song. The piano chords are very stunning. There's an island beat to the song. It exudes a calm and soothing atmosphere. On this track, Justin Bieber has a soulful voice. For this jam, he went with a breathy vocal. He did not make a single mistake and managed to pull it off. This song is catchy and contains Justin Bieber's signature sound.
"Baby" from Justin Bieber's My World 2.0 album is the number one song on our Top 5 Justin Bieber Songs list. This is a flirtatious song about him wanting to take a female home with him and he'd go to great lengths to make her his girlfriend. The song is similar to Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel," but with a modern twist. Justin Bieber's music career was launched because of this song. The music is upbeat and danceable. It has an old-fashioned feel to it.
Disco synthesizers and a thundering keyboard are used in the song and the music has a pop feel to it. It brilliantly blends an old-school vibe with a modern beat and admirers will enjoy the mid-tempo groove, which features an engaging chorus. Bieber stole our hearts with a saccharine hook that actually really stands the test of time. Ludacris had to find a way to make his rap appeal to a younger audience because Justin Bieber was a teenager at the time. The song was a smash hit and deserves to be at the top of our list.
We know it is difficult to choose, but tell us your favorite Justin Bieber Song in the comments below!