Detractors who have branded Justin Bieber‘s ‘Changes’ era a “flop” will be sorely disappointed by the enduring commercial performance of the set’s second official single, ‘Intentions.’
While not reaching the Hot 100 heights of its predecessor, ‘Yummy’ (which peaked at #2), the Quavo-assisted song’s been a mainstay in the tally’s top 10 for months.
Now, four months after its official debut, ‘Intentions’ has bounded into the chart’s top 5 for the first time thanks to 60.6 million streams, 7,000 digital song sales, and 13 million streams.
The win is accompanied by a couple of history-making mentions:
“Bieber adds his 16th top five Hot 100 hit and fourth to rank in the region this year, twice the amount of the next closest acts in 2020; Drake, Grande, Lady Gaga, Roddy Ricch and The Weeknd each boast two since January.”
To add, ‘Intentions’ rise now places him in a tied position with fellow Canadian hitmaker Drake for most top 5 hits over the last decade. He was previously in a three-way tie for the title with Rihanna and Bruno Mars (who each amassed 15 placements in the mentioned chart region over the same time period).
Look below to see who joins him in the Hot 100’s top 25 this week:
Hot 100 This Week