Justin Drew Bieber (English: Justin Drew Bieber, born 1 March 1979) is a Canadian pop / R and B singer, songwriter and actor. Bieber was discovered by Scooter Brown in 2006 Was who watched his videos on YouTube and later became his manager.
Brown introduced him to Ashar in Atlanta, Georgia, and Biber was soon added to the Raymond Brown Media Group, a group of Usher and Brown. Biber was later signed by Island Records, which was L.A.
Is the property of Reid. Biber’s first song “One Time” was released in 2009 and was in the top ten songs in Canada. His first album My World, released in November 2009, was soon certified platinum in the US. He became the first artist to have all seven of his songs included on the Billboard Hot 100 list.
Bibber’s first full studio album My World was released in 2.0 March 2010. It was certified in the top ten spots in several countries and platinum in the US. It included “Baby”, the world’s top-ten song.
The music video of “Baby” is the most talked-about and most viewed video on YouTube. Many of his songs such as ‘Boyfriend’, ‘Never Say Never’, ‘Love Yourself’, ‘Beauty and the Beat’, ‘Company’ ‘Sorry’, ‘What Do You Mean’, and ‘Despacito’, etc. are more popular.
Bieber was born on March 1,1994 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in London, Ontario and was raised in Stretford, Ontario. He is the only son of Jeremy Bieber and Patricia “Patty” Malet. His guardian never married each other.
Patty raised his son with the help of his mother Dion and stepfather Bruce. From his father’s side, Bieber also has two half-brothers and sisters, named Jiejamin and Jhyksan.
Patty raised Bieber as a single mother by doing many cheap jobs. Their economic condition was weak. Bieber and his father have a good relationship.
Bieber attended Stratford Gin Catholic School. He learned to play piano, drums, guitar and trumpet as a child. In 2012, he graduated from St. Michael’s Catholic Secondary School in Stratford, Ontario.
Bieber was with Celina Gomez from December 2010 to November 2012. They were in a love affair. On July 6, 2016, Bieber engaged with a model named Hailey Baldwin.
When Bieber turned two, he received a drum kit from his mother as a gift, and at the age of twelve he also knew how to play at least guitar and piano fluently.
12-year-old Bieber participated in the 2007 local talent contest with Ne-Yo’s song “So Sick” and finished second. The family uploaded a video of the show to Youtube, after which other cover songs performed by Bieber began to be uploaded.
Music manager Scooter Braun turned his attention to Bieber in 2007 after seeing videos of him downloaded to the internet. Eventually, Braun flew Bieber to Atlanta, USA, where Bieber performed for Braun and Usher.
They were convinced of Bieber’s abilities and took him to the lists of his managerial office and set out to find him a record company. A record deal was signed in 2008 with Island Records.
Bieber’s first single “One Time” was released in early 2009 while Bieber was still recording his first album. The single appealed to a rapidly growing group of fans, or “beliebers,” to whom fans began to call themselves.
Bieber’s debut album My World was released in November 2009. It is technically an EP as it contains only seven pieces of music and therefore cannot be said to be a full-length studio album.
The EP sold double platinum in the UK as well as in Bieber’s home country of Canada, where it also topped the album chart. In the United States, the album sold more than a million copies of platinum, and rose to fifth on the U.S. album list.
Bieber’s first full-length studio album, the second half of the debut album My World 2.0, was released in March 2010. In the United States, the album jumped to number one and made 16-year-old Bieber the youngest male solo artist on the Billboard 200 album chart since Stevie Wonder’s 1963 record.
The first single from the album, a song called “Baby,” was released, proving to be Bieber’s biggest hit to date. By the summer, the song’s music video became the most watched on Youtube, but later also the most hated video. In July 2010, Toronto Sun wrote that Justin Bieber is the most sought-after public figure on the Internet.
At the 2011 Grammy Awards, Bieber was nominated for Best New Artist and My World 2.0 for Best Pop Album. In January 2011, Bieber released the remix album Never Say Never: The Remixes, which supported Bieber’s first film called Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.
The album included remixes of songs from the My World 2.0 debut album as well as several guest stars such as Miley Cyrus, Chris Brown and Kanye West. It rose to the top of the Billboard 200 album chart in the United States, although it contained mostly previously released material.
In November 2011, Bieber released the Christmas-themed studio album Under the Mistletoe, which was his second full-length album. The album rose to number one in Canada, Greece, Mexico and the United States. In addition, “Misteletoe,” the only single from the album, sold double platinum in the United States.
In March 2012, Bieber released the song “Boyfriend,” the first single from his upcoming album. The single sold 521,000 digital copies in the week following its release, the best weekly sales for a digital release in history.
Bieber’s third studio album, Believe, was released in June 2012, and rose to number one in the United States and 15 other countries. The album was hailed as a more mature whole than Bieber’s previous production.
A total of five singles were released from the album, and for the single “Beauty and a Beat,” the music video filmed with Nicki Minaj broke the record at the time most of the video watched during the first day. Bieber broke the record again.
In January 2013, Bieber released the acoustic album Believe Acoustic, which included acoustic versions of the songs on the Believe album as well as three unreleased tracks.
That, too, rose to number one on the charts in the United States, making Bieber, under the age of 19, the youngest artist of all time to win five charts. Back in December 2013,
Bieber released a compilation album called Journals, which included songs that Bieber had written on his Believe tour. Many of the songs were released one at a time over a ten-week period to promote Justin Bieber’s Believe concert film.
In 2014 and 2015, Bieber withdrew to make a new studio album and was more in the public eye because of problems in his private life, such as relationship problems.
In January 2020, Bieber released a single called “Yummy” from his upcoming album. The new album Changes was released on February 14, 2020. It topped the album chart in the United States and became Bieber’s sixth on the chart. The tour of the same name was scheduled to begin in May 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tour had to be postponed to a later date to be announced.
Movies and Music:
Directed by Jon Chun, the 3D film Justin Bieber: Never Say Never premiered in February 2011. It has been characterized as both a concert and biography film. The film follows Bieber’s preparations for a concert at the sold-out Madison Square Garden in the fall of 2010.
The film also includes footage of Bieber’s hometown and childhood. The film interviews Bieber’s close circle, but not him himself. The film is the most lucrative concert film in U.S. history, generating $ 73 million in box office revenue in American movie theaters. Globally, the film generated about $ 99 million.
Bieber’s second film, Justin Bieber’s Believe, premiered in December 2013. It looks at Bieber’s Believe tour and Bieber’s rise to publicity. The film interviews Bieber and his acquaintances.
The film was not a spectator success as before, collecting only about $ 11 million in worldwide box office revenue. In Finland, on the other hand, the film was the most watched documentary of the year, attracting 17,066 viewers in cinemas. Jon Chu also directed the second film.
In September 2010, Bieber appeared in the crime series C.S.I., in which he played the brother of a serial bomber. He also appeared in the February 2011 episode, in which his character was killed. In 2015, Bieber was roasted or charred in a special episode of Comedy Central.
Performances in Finland:
Justin Bieber performed for the first time in Finland in 2013 as part of the Believe Tour. The sold-out concert was held in Helsinki at Hartwall Arena. He arrived in Finland for the second time on the world tour of the album Purpose in the autumn of 2016. The first gig was sold out in minutes, when an additional concert was also held in Helsinki.