Justin Bieber becomes the youngest solo artist in history to earn 100 career entries
Justin Bieber has set a new career record as he dethrones Drake and now is the youngest artist to secure 100 songs on the Billboard charts. It’s a new milestone for Bieber, who is only 27 years old.
His dominance shows the artist’s likability and strong fan base, making his new achievement even more remarkable since Drake is also on the same level as Bieber and currently holds the Billboard artist of the decade title.
Both Justin Bieber and Drake are Canadians, and they remain among the most popular mainstream artists of the decade. However, it seems that Bieber is now challenging Drake musically for the same accolades and achievements despite being in two different genres.
On Wednesday, Bieber usurped Drake as the youngest solo artist in history to secure one-hundred entries on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. It’s a record Drake previously held.
The milestone was accomplished by the pop singer’s Kid LAROI collaboration “Stay,” which currently stands in the third position on Billboard and has been among the top ten singles since dropping on July 9, 2021.
Drake previously held the same record and reached the mark at 28 years and 11 months old in 2015.
Meanwhile, among those Bieber has left in the dust are JAY-Z with 102, Chris Brown with 103, and a two-way tie between Kanye West and Elvis Presley with 109. Drake posed a formidable challenge at 235.