In the early 2010s, Justin Bieber and his distinctive swooshy hair caused utter pandemonium. As a result, numerous young children began referring to themselves as “Beliebers,” expanding the concept of fandom to include a full-fledged way of life. Since then, Justin Bieber has succeeded in leaping from a kid star to a pop icon by continually reinventing himself and being able to form a successful collaboration.

Justin Bieber is still a powerful influence in pop music more than ten years after the release of his debut song. We’ve compiled a list of his finest works to peruse as evidence. The following lists our choices for the top Justin Bieber’s songs.

Where Are Ü Now” is undoubtedly one of the best EDM bangers Justin Bieber has released. This track featured Skrillex and Diplo, ruled the airways, and won Bieber the Grammy for “Best Dance Recording.” The quiet verses provide the ideal counterpoint to the bass drop that makes the chorus into a classic house hymn of the time.

Taking a look back, “Boyfriend” won the hearts of many Beliebers. Finally, 18-year-old Justin Bieber abandoned his customary doe-eyed love songs to favor something more sensual. Boyfriend marked the beginning of a new era for the artist and permanently altered the course of his career when it was made available as the first single from his Believe album.

We’ve chosen “Beauty And A Beat,” a Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj collaboration. In the early 2010s, pop musicians adored a good rap feature. Every Top 40 song seemed to have one or two verses that were motormouth. This example of the phenomena has withstood time better than most. We bet you still know Minaj’s verse by heart if Bieber was your thing back.

Over two years later, “Peaches” by Justin Bieber is still a well-known song on mainstream radio. The song’s infectious chorus makes it tough to resist singing along. Only hearing the phrase “I got my peaches out in Georgia” will cause you to start humming the well-known melody.

The music was the catalyst for everything. Whether you like it or not, “Baby” is a key element of 2010s iconography. Both divisive and name-making were simultaneously true of it. Once this one came on, people all around would either beam with joy or make a big eye roll. We believe anyone who has ever attempted to downplay the popularity of this song is deceiving themselves.

Another song is “Love Myself,” on which Bieber dares to be sour. For this song, which he co-wrote with Ed Sheeran and Benny Blanco, Bieber received two Grammy nominations: Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. It’s a unique breakup ballad and one of Justin Bieber’s wisest songs.

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