Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” Takes The No. 1 Spot From “Sorry”

Bieber is the 12th artist to replace himself at the top of the Hot 100.

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Adele kept Justin Bieber off the top of the Hot 100 for weeks, but "Sorry" finally overtook "Hello" at the end of January. After that track spent three frames at the summit, Bieber supplanted it this week with "Love Yourself," the bitter acoustic ballad co-written by Ed Sheeran and top 40-savant Benny Blanco. Along with "What Do You Mean," three straight singles from Purpose have reached the top of the Hot 100. The singer has not yet released a fourth single from the album.

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By replacing himself at No. 1, Bieber joins an elite club: only 11 other artists have accomplished the feat. The Weeknd and Taylor Swift were the last two singers to pull it off.

While "Sorry" fell to No. 2, Billboard points out that it became Bieber's first No. 1 on the all-format radio chart. Watch the "Love Yourself" video below.

February 02, 2016
Pop
Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” Takes The No. 1 Spot From “Sorry”