Justin Bieber is turning 28-years-old!
The Grammy Award winning musician, who has grown up in front of our very eyes, is celebrating a huge birthday today, which calls for a look back at some of his best moments.
From breaking his own records to foraying into businesses outside of music, the "Biebs" has more successes than can be counted — but we decided to round up just a few!
Scroll through the gallery to see 6 of Justin Bieber's biggest career accomplishments:
Bieber's Breakout Success With "Baby" In 2010
Bieber came onto the scene with his iconic track "Baby," which went on to become the highest certified single of all time at 12x Platinum. The track off of his 2010 hit album, My World 2.0, was his biggest hit of all time before later dethroning himself with "Despacito — Remix" in 2017.
Bieber's Continued Success With "Under The Mistletoe"
Coming off of the whirlwind success of "Baby," Bieber released the Christmas track "Under The Mistletoe" in 2011 to much fanfare. The LP debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, making it the first Holiday album released by a male artist to ever achieve the milestone. The album later became certified Double Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling over 2 million units.
Bieber's 'Never Say Never' Documentary Breaks Box Office Records in 2011
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never hit theaters in 2011, landing the biggest opening weekend of a documentary of all time. The film made a whopping $73 million in the United States alone. As of 2022, it is still the highest-grossing concert film ever.
Bieber Becoming The Most Followed Person On Twitter In 2013
Back in 2013, the young star took the baton from Lady Gaga in being the most followed person on Twitter. As of 2022, he still reigns as the most followed musician on the platform with over 114 million followers.
Bieber Becomes First Artist To Nab No. 1 Spot On Billboard Hot 100 In Back-To-Back Weeks
In 2017, Bieber jumped on the latin infused track "Despacito — Remix" alongside Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. The song, which became a smash hit, was the first time a tune sung primarily in Spanish reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. in over 20 years.
The 3 minute and 48 second song also received a diamond certification from the RIAA, eventually going on to beat "Baby" as the highest-certified single of all-time in the U.S.
Bieber made history once again when "I'm the One" — his collab with DJ Khaled — hit the top of the charts around the same time. It made him the first artist to ever nab the No. 1 spot in back-to-back weeks.
Bieber Launching His Own Fashion Brand 'Drew House'
In 2019, Bieber tried his hand in the fashion world, as he collaborated with former stylist Ryan Good and designer Gianpiero D'Alessandro on the brand Drew House. Items from the comfort centered clothing line that features t-shirts, hats, coats and stickers are either emblazoned with a yellow smiley face or the namesake "Drew."