Justin Bieber Breaks One Direction’s Spotify Record


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Justin Bieber breaks One Direction

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One Direction racked up an impressive 20 million opening week streams when Drag Me Down was released in August, but now Bieber has smashed that achievement with 21 million streams of What Do You Mean? in just five days.

Courtesy of Justin Bieber's Instagram

Courtesy of Justin Bieber’s Instagram


The news comes days after Bieber delivered an emotional performance of the tune at the MTV Video Music Awards, when he appeared to break down in tears at the end of his set.

Courtesy of NY Daily News

Courtesy of NY Daily News

Opening up about the incident during an interview on America’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, the 21-year-old said, “It was so overwhelming for me, everything… Honestly, I just wasn’t expecting them (fans) to support me in the way they did.

“Last time I was at an awards show (at the Billboard Music Awards in 2013) I was booed… I think it’s just like I’ve worked so hard at this (new) album and at becoming the man I want to become, and then stepping into situations, you just can’t help but feel judged…

“So I was just feeling judged and wanting to win so badly, and wanting to do what I love so badly that I just put everything on the line. And I think that that was what was so special about the emotional moment at the end, that it was authentic. It was real. I was really just wanting it so bad.”

What Do You Mean? will feature on Bieber’s fourth studio album, the follow-up to 2012’s Believe, which is scheduled for release in November 2015.

Watch the Official Video Here. 


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