The track, released on Quality Control/SchoolBoy/Motown/Raymond Braun/Capitol/Def Jam, becomes Bieber’s seventh Pop Songs leader.
Here’s a recap:
“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 to-date, June 2020
The Pop Songs chart, which began in October 1992, measures total weekly plays, as tabulated by Nielsen Music/MRC Data, among its reporting panel of 166 mainstream top 40 stations.
Dating to the list’s launch, Bieber is the 10th act with at least seven No. 1s, joining Maroon 5, Katy Perry and Rihanna, the leaders with 11 each; Bruno Mars, P!nk and Taylor Swift (nine each); Justin Timberlake (eight); and Beyoncé and Lady Gaga (seven each).
Among males, Bieber ranks as the youngest at the time of a seventh Pop Songs No. 1, at 26 years, three months and three weeks of age. Overall, only Rihanna (22 years, nine months and two weeks) and Swift (25 years, 10 months and three weeks) were younger when they tallied their seventh No. 1s.
Quavo, meanwhile, notches his second Pop Songs No. 1, following his featured turn on Liam Payne’s “Strip That Down,” which led for two weeks in October 2017.