Justin Bieber who shared the spotlight with Daniel Caesar and Giveon on “Peaches”, a song off the ‘Justice’ album has nailed his eight No. 1 song on Pop Airplay Charts.
It’s the first leader each for featured acts.
“Peaches” has turned out as one of the fruitful songs on ‘Justice’ as Justin Bieber goes on to get another No. 1 song on the top 40 radio-based Pop Airplay chart.
The song also becomes Bieber’s first Pop Airplay leader since “Intentions,” featuring Quavo that dropped last June.
“Peaches” also pioneered as Bieber’s seventh No. 1 on the 3rd April on the sales- and streaming-based Billboard Hot 100 as well as on all-genre and airplay.
— chart data (@chartdata) May 19, 2021
Since the chart’s inception in October 1992, Justin Bieber who now has eight No. 1 song on the Pop Airplay charts joins Ariana Grande and Justin Timberlake for the seventh-most Pop Airplay No. 1s.
Only Maroon 5, Katy Perry, and Rihanna with 11 apiece, and Bruno Mars, Pink, and Taylor Swift who have nine apiece are ahead of him.
“Peaches” also got its time for the second week at the top of the Rhythmic Airplay chart. It became Bieber’s fifth No. 1 on the Rhythmic Airplay Chart as well.
The track is also doing well on Adult Pop Airplay where the singer already has five top 15 entries this year. In the same duration, no one has had more than two.
Also, on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, “Peaches” tied last year’s hit, “Yummy”, for Bieber’s highest career rank on the chart as a lead artist.
Let’s take a look at Bieber’s eight Pop Airplay No. 1s:
- “What Do You Mean?,” two weeks at No. 1, October 2015
- “Sorry,” three weeks, January 2016
- “Love Yourself,” five weeks, February-March 2016
- “Cold Water” (Major Lazer feat. Bieber & MO), one week, October 2016
- “Despacito” (Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Bieber), five weeks, July-August 2017
- “I Don’t Care” (with Ed Sheeran), three weeks, July-August 2019
- “Intentions” (feat. Quavo), one week, June 2020
- “Peaches” (feat. Daniel Caesar & Giveon), one week to-date, May 2021