Justin Bieber Smashes Vevo Record with 10 Billion Views

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Pop star Justin Bieber has just smashed a Vevo record with over 10 billion views. It's at this point that you realize Bieber's fandom far extends that of screaming teenage girls.

"Justin Bieber just became the first artist to crack the 10 billion total video views mark on Vevo," according to Billboard.

"The company said that the lofty global click total was accumulated in just over six years (2,316 days, to be exact)."

Bieber's huge comeback with his Purpose album has been well-receipted by almost every music lover you could possibly think of.

The mixture of genres on the album made it clear that Bieber has grown up and so has his ability to be a versatile act.

It's very clear that Bieber has won everyone over especially after breaking in the EDM genre with Skrillex and Diplo.

"To date the official video for his smash single, 'Sorry,' has racked up 1.1 billion views, while the clip for 'Love Yourself' has added another 455 million," according to the report.

It's also been reported that his hit song "Baby" reached 1.3 billion views with "What Do You Mean?" coming in at 887.7 million views.

We can only imagine what the daily view count for his videos would be. He has managed to one up both Katy Perry and Taylor Swift taking the crown for his own.

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