Justin Bieber can add more awards to his trophy case.
The "Children" crooner has worked his way into the Guinness World Records 2017 Edition book with eight records, thanks to his record-breaking Purpose album. The Biebs, 22, nailed the records for most streamed track on Spotify in one week for "What Do You Mean?," as well as the most streamed album on Spotify in one week for Purpose.
Bieber also nabbed the record for most simultaneous tracks on the U.S. singles chart, and most simultaneous new entries in the Hot 100 by a solo artist. His other titles for his achievements are most viewed channel on YouTube for an individual, most subscribers on YouTube for a musician (male), most followers on Twitter (male) and first act to occupy all top three positions simultaneously on the U.K. singles chart thanks to "Love Yourself," "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?"
Purpose was streamed more than 205 million times on Spotify, and "What Do You Mean?" was streamed more than 30,723,708 times in a week. Not too shabby, Bieber!
Guinness awarded Bieber his records Monday in NYC, and based on the photos it looks like the 22-year-old singer was pretty pleased to have some new frames to hang on his wall.