Justin Bieber’s all growns up and transitioning into a different kind of media spotlight, but his chart-topper “Baby” is still breaking records in the music industry.
The pop song featuring Ludacris released back in 2010 (when Bieber was barely not a baby anymore himself at 15 years old) just cracked one billion views on VEVO and became the “all-premium music video and entertainment platform’s” most viewed music video of all time. A big chunk of those views come from the Biebs’ “Baby” on his VEVO YouTube channel, where the video’s view count is currently just shy of 10 figures at 994+ million.
The now 19 year-old’s other music videos are racking up views, too. “Never Say Never,” “One Time,” “Somebody To Love,” “Never Let You Go,” “One Less Lonely Girl,” “Love Me,” “Mistletoe,” “Boyfriend,” “Beauty and a Beat,” and “As Long As You Love Me” are all VEVO Certified, having received more than 100 million views a piece on the music video platform.