Justin Bieber earns his seventh No. 1 album with Changes after a musical hiatus.
Changes released on Valentine’s Day 2020, four years following his December 2015 album Purpose. The album, which features collaborations with Quavo, Post Malone, Summer Walker, Kehlani and more has earned him another top spot on Billboard’s 200 chart. According to Billboard, Changes debuted with 231,000 equivalent album units in the United States.
The Billboard numbers report 126,000 in album sales, 101,000 in SEA units, equaling 135 million streams, and 4,000 in TEA units. Bieber’s album sales included concert ticket and album specials as well as merchandise and album sale bundle options.
Justin Bieber is joined by A Boogie Wit da Hoodie at No. 2, Tame Impala at No. 3, Roddy Ricch at No. 4, and Monsta X at No. 5. The remainder of the top 10 is filled by Billie Eilish, Post Malone, Eminem, Halsey, and the late rapper Pop Smoke.
Celebrating the success of Changes, Justin Bieber hints at releasing a visual album.
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) February 24, 2020