Listen to the Justin Bieber tracks you voted as your absolute favourites.
To mark his return to the UK this year, we asked you to vote for the Justin Bieber tracks you love the most.
We offered up every UK Top 40 single he has released for selection. Would it be tracks from his early days that shone through, or is it his acclaimed Purpose that burned brightest?
Well, unsurprisingly the result covers his entire history. Now we’ve pulled together the top five Justin Bieber tracks based on votes by you – the fans.
#1 One Less Lonely Girl
Taken from his 2009 debut album, My World, One Less Lonely Girl saw Justin Bieber collaborate with mentor and friend Usher. Released ahead of the pop smash Baby, its R&B vibe was a sign of things to come.
Justin Bieber returned in 2015 with his smash hit release, Purpose. The second single to appear from the album, Sorry, melted dancehall with pop for a more unusual vibe. The huge track reached number 1 in 13 countries, only to be knocked off the top spot by Love Yourself in both the UK and the US. Now that’s being a superstar.
#3 Love Yourself
Speaking of Love Yourself, you voted it your third favourite Justin Bieber single. It spent an impressive 24 weeks at number one in the US and 6 in the UK, and was co-written by none other than British sweetheart Ed Sheeran.
#4 Where Are U Now
First released on the debut album by Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack Ü, Where Are U Now also appeared on Purpose, making it the third track from the record to be voted into your top five. It even walked away with a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.
#5 All That Matters
We’ve had very early Bieber and current Bieber, so it’s about time for somewhere in the middle. All That Matters appeared on Journals, a collection of ten tracks Bieber released weekly as part of his Music Mondays series plus five perviously unreleased tracks. The video features model Cailin Russo.
Bieber will be back in the UK for a headline show in Cardiff on the 30 June 2017, as well as an appearance at British Summer Time Hyde Park on the 2 July. Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.