Justin Drew Bieber (born March 1, 1994) is a Canadian singer. He was discovered by American record executive Scooter Braun and signed with RBMG Records in 2008, gaining recognition with the release of his debut EP My World (2009). It reached number six on the US Billboard 200, while its singles “One Time” and “One Less Lonely Girl” peaked in the top twenty on the Billboard Hot 100. Bieber’s debut studio album, My World 2.0 (2010), debuted atop the Billboard 200, making him the youngest solo male act to top the chart in 47 years. The album also contained the internationally successful single “Baby” and established him as a teen idol. His second album, Under the Mistletoe (2011), was the first Christmas album by a male artist to debut at number one on the Billboard 200, while his third album, Believe (2012), saw experimentation with dance-pop and mature themes. Following Believe, Bieber faced various controversies and legal issues. Among the world’s best-selling music artists, with over 150 million records sold, Bieber has received Diamond certifications from the RIAA for “Baby” and “Sorry”. He has received numerous accolades, including two Grammy Awards, a record 21 MTV Europe Music Awards, 20 Billboard Music Awards, 18 American Music Awards, two Brit Awards, four MTV Video Music Awards, and a Latin Grammy Award. Time named Bieber one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2011, and he was included on Forbes’ list of the top ten most powerful celebrities in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Here are all of Justin Bieber’s albums ranked.
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10. Justice, 2021
“The album does not try to mimic some special stuff to catch my attention, and I appreciate that. The sound and songwriting of the record are of high quality. I listen to this record from time to time, though it happens not with so many records.”
9. Believe Acoustic, 2013
“I love this album. Because it’s all acoustical, it showcases the enormous talent this young man has. Wish people would cut him some slack. I’m way, way beyond my teenage years but admire such talent…. It just doesn’t come along every day.”
8. Under The Mistletoe, 2011
“The nostalgia might be clouding my opinion but I think this really isn’t half bad. I like it. There’s a few pretty good Christmas songs I come back to at the right time. A one is way too harsh for this harmless, fun album.”
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7. Never Say Never: The Remixes, 2011
“The songs on this disc are fair enough but the notion of “remix” is probably a stretch. OK, they ARE different from the original versions but most only really ADD a guest vocal. A better idea of remix would be something that some DJs offer to their patrons or at least a REAL manipulation of the songs by augmented instruments”
6. Changes, 2020
“With such a superb album like Purpose , it was always going to be tough act to follow and on first listen I thought a lot of tracks on Changes sounded similar – but…….after a couple more plays I then realised it’s another genius album that flows really well. ‘Forever’ with Post Malone is a favourite, I think that should be released as the next single. Love him or hate him, he has huge talent and a voice that is so smooth. Back with a bang!”
5. My World, 2009
“I have to say that this kid is phenomenal. His music is catchy, is singing is adorable as he looks and yes, Justin Bieber has an amazing talent, i highly recommend this to any JB fan out there. His first hit “One Time” kicks off the album with a nice prom song “First Dance” about him and this girl meeting up at a prom which i find a very nice romantic tune, but yet somehow ‘makes me cry’. There are only 7 songs on the album, but one great song after another, just short and sweet.”
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4. Journals, 2013
“Best Bieber work. More mature and his only non-commercial album! There is no coincidence. This is the real Justin Bieber and the real music he wants to do.. but the discography is the leader.
3. My World 2.0, 2010
“I thought he had a good voice. The songs are well written (thanks to Justin and the other songwriters he worked with), and the album is well produced. The songs have good hooks and they are good fun. Not much to dislike for me and a pretty solid album.”
2. Believe, 2012
“Bieber delivers one of the best pop albums in recent memory. Combining his sultry voice, some surprisingly well produced instrumentals, and the only appropriate use of dubstep in a pop song that I’ve ever heard, Justin weaves a baker’s dozen fun, catchy, and occasionally kind of emotional songs. I really enjoy it, and I recommend it to anyone interested in giving another chance to a musician that you probably dismissed.”
1. Purpose, 2015
“Purpose is Bieber’s best work. The EDM/pop vibe of most of the songs fit his voice so nicely. He explores themes of growth, love, fame and more. It’s a blast listening all the way through as it flows super nicely and every song is great. This album has the 3-4 mega hits that we all heard on replay back in 2015-2016 which gives me so much nostalgia from those days. Amazing.”