Justin Bieber's 'Changes' debuts at number one on the US album charts

Justin Bieber (Photo: Getty Images)
Justin Bieber (Photo: Getty Images)

The Canadian singer's seventh album has sailed to the top of the charts.

In a career first, Justin Bieber's seventh album, Changes, has debuted at number one on Billboard Top R&B albums chart. The sultry record is also number one on the US and Canadian charts and iTunes, across 85 countries.

The album also passed one million copies sold in the first week of consumption.

Changes featured the lead single Yummy in which Justin sings about his sex life with his new wife, Hailey Bieber.

Some of the lyrics are: "Bonafide stallion/You ain't in no stable, no, you stay on the run/Ain't on the side, you're number one/Yeah, every time I come around, you get it done."

Along with the album, the singer released a docu-series titled Seasons in which he spoke about his struggle with drugs, Lyme disease and more.

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