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Justin Drew Bieber was born in Ontario, Canada on 1st March 1994.
He uploaded videos of himself singing at a young age onto YouTube, under the name Kidrauhl. He was eventually discovered by manager Scooter Braun who helped get him signed onto the record label he'd formed with Usher.
After his popularity hugely increased, Bieber's debut EP "My World" was released on 17th November 2009, getting to number three in the UK Albums Chart and number 5 in the US. It featured singles "One Time" and "One Less Lonely Girl", and was followed a few months later by his debut album "My World 2.0" in March 2010.
His debut saw Bieber collaborate with Jessica Jarrell, Ludacris and Sean Kingston, and topped the US Billboard 200. It's since gone 3x Platinum in the country after selling over 3 million copies. The album spawned two UK top ten singles - "Baby" and "Eenie Meenie".
In November 2011, Justin Bieber released his first ever Christmas album, "Under The Mistletoe". The track featured covers of popular Christmas tracks with a unique Bieber twist, such as "The Christmas Song", "Santa Claus Is Coming To town" and an updated version of "All I Want For Christmas Is You" with Mariah Carey. It became his second US number one, and featured original track "Mistletoe" as the lead single.
In 2012, Justin's third album "Believe" came out with collaborations by Ludacris, Big Sean, Drake and Nicki Minaj. It became his first UK number one album, and was also his third consecutive US chart topper. The album's lead single "Boyfriend" was a hit in both the US and UK, getting to number two. It was followed by two further US top tens - "As Long As You Love Me" and "Beauty and a Beat". The album's final singles were "Right Here" and "All Around The World".
"Journals" was Bieber's next album, which was released as one track a week as part of a "Music Mondays" campaign. All ten of the original singles from the album went into the UK top 40, and when the compilation was released in December 2013, it featured five further unreleased tunes.
2014 was a quiet year for Justin Bieber, with the only release being a duet with Cody Simpson called "Home to Mama". However, in 2015, he was back with a bang.
In February 2015, he provided vocals to Jack Ü track "Where Are Ü Now", which went to number three in the UK and number eight in the US.
A few months later, Justin was back with his latest solo single "What Do You Mean?", which became his first number one single in both the UK and US. It was followed by "Sorry", yet another UK number one single, and a US Billboard Hot 100 number two.
The two singles were released from Bieber's latest album "Purpose", which came out on 13th November 2015. It was his fourth US number one album in a row, but was beaten to the top spot in the UK by One Direction's "Made In The A.M", which had been released on the same date, sparking a chart battle.
Throughout his career, Justin has been on two huge headlining concert tours, the debut being between June 2010 and October 2011. The "My World" tour saw Bieber perform 127 gigs to nearly 800,000 fans. The tour was also the centrepoint of Bieber's concert movie "Never Say Never".
In September 2012, Justin embarked on the "Believe" tour, this time performing 162 dates and selling almost 1.7 million tickets, making a huge revenue of nearly $150 million.
In 2016, Justin will head off on his third concert tour, in support of the "Purpose" album. 64 dates are currently announced for the US and Canada, with many more expected to be confirmed across the world. The tour kicks off on 9th March in Seattle, USA.