It went unnoticed, but Justin Bieber just eclipsed Elvis Presley in March, so why not add Drake to the list?
With his new single, “Stay,” the 27-year-old superstar becomes the youngest male solo artist to ever hit 100 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart list.
“Bieber hits the mark at 27 years, four months, and three weeks, spanning from his March 1, 1994, birth to the date of most recent Hot 100,” Billboard’s Gary Trust said.
“He passes Drake, who earned his 100th career title on the chart in 2015 at the age of 28 years, 11 months, and two weeks. Lil Wayne, who is now in third place, had his 100th Hot 100 hit in 2012 when he was 29 years, five months, and three weeks old,” he added.
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Kid Laroi, who previously worked on Justin Bieber’s “Unstable” off his 2021 album “Justice,” co-wrote the song.
A long-awaited collaboration between The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber was released on July 9, along with yet another music video directed by Colin Tilley, a frequent collaborator of Bieber’s. “Stay” is a song where the singer apologizes to her significant other for all of the awful things he has done to her. However, he sounds like a broken record when he says this since he has vowed a hundred times that he will be better.