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Justin Bieber’s Top 10 LOVE SONGS

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A 26-year-old Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop singer discovered on YouTube at a very young age(13 years). Justin became the popular with his single Hit ‘Baby’ from first debut album My World 2.0 in 2010 that debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. From ‘Baby’ to his recent album ‘Changes’ Bieber broke several records in his career and has created a benchmark with some amazing pop songs like ‘Under the Mistletoe’ ‘What Do You Mean?’, ‘Sorry’, and many more.

As Bieber entered adulthood, it brought him considerable tabloid attention because of controversies and relationship with singer Selena Gomez. In 2015 Justin release the most commercially successful album ‘purpose’ also nominated for Grammy Awards in 2017. His recent album ‘Changes’ in 2020 made him one of the world’s best-selling music artists with over 150 million records sold. Justin is happily married to Hailey Baldwin and his recent track ‘Yummy’ is a tribute to Hailey Bieber.

Throughout his career JB featured in many collaborations like “Cold Water”, “Let Me Love You”, “Despacito (Remix)”, “I’m the One”, “I Don’t Care” and “10,000 Hours”. He also offered us some best Romantic hits in 13years of his Musical career and many more to come. Let’s have a look at Top10 Romantic songs by Bieber. Track list below are my personal choices.

Top 10 LOVE SONGS by Justin Bieber:

1.      Baby (2010)

2.      Intentions (2020)

3.      Yummy (2020)

4.      All I Want For Christmas Is You (2011)

5.      Love Yourself (2015)

6.      Love Me (2009)

7. Habitual (2020)

8. Never Let You Go (2010)

9. Mistletoe (2011)

10. Forever (2020)

What is your favorite Top 10 by JB?

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