Peaches Earned Justin Bieber Second Position in Chart History
By Deediana | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 15 views
Peaches is the leading single from Justin Bieber's new album Justice and it is definitely a hit. The song features Giveon and Daniel Caesar and was released on March 19 2021. For the first time since 2016, the intentions hitmaker is back at number one on billboard's streaming songs chart as a lead artist following "Sorry" which led for 8 weeks. It is at the top of the list with 30.6 million streams in the March19 to 25 tracking period.
It is the yummy singer's 5th lead on streaming songs. He has previously reigned in this category three times, each as a featured artist. The first was Major Lazor's "Cold water" which included Mo crowned the tally for two weeks in August 2016. Second one is Dj khaled's "I'm the one" alongside Quavo, Chance the rapper and Lil wayne topped for one week in May 2017. The last one which led for 16 weeks is " Despacito" whose lead artists are Luis fonsi and Daddy Yankee.
The song "peaches" made the canadian singer the second most topper in Chart history behind Drake with 10.
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