Justin Bieber’s “Justice” is 2021’s first platinum album

Now official: the album “Justice”, Justin Bieber’s latest release, has been certified platinum in the United States, which is equivalent to a million equivalent units sold per l. Photo: Ryan McGinley Officially released in March of this year, 2021, “Justice” achieved its first platinum at three months and became the first album released in 2021 to be platinum by the RIAA, the company that handles successful certificates in the United States. The confirmation of Justin Bieber’s new platinum certificate was made by the singer’s manager, Scooter Braun, who shared the news on his Instagram Stories. Photo: Reproduo / Instagram “Justice”’s platinum certification is now the eighth of an album by Justin Bieber. Besides him, the Canadian singer has also platinum the albums: “Believe”, “My World”, “My World 2.0”, “Changes”, “Never Say Never – The Remixes”, “Purpose” and “Under The Mistletoe”. Justin Bieber’s Release May Be Close Close It looks like Justin Bieber wants to make up for the long five-year gap between Purpose (2015) and Changes (2020) albums. For that, he’s keeping a very fast release pace, not waiting too long between albums. A few months ago he released Justice, including hits like Holy, Anyone, Hold On and Peaches. But there is already an insider talking about a new release and it may be closer than fans imagine! These insiders release information that circulates behind the scenes but is not yet official. For the most curious fans, it’s a good way to predict what’s to come. When it comes to Bieber, the news is exciting! InsiderNicholas Liddle, that communicator, Justin Bieber should have a surprise release at any time. Based on his information, one fan wrote: New song Justin Bieber, excluding Peaches remix on the way. I wouldn’t be surprised to see another project of his this year, he wrote. Whether it’s going to happen or not, time will. But be warned!

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