Jusin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ has not even been out for a month, and it’s already the top selling album of 2012 according to Nielsen SoundScan ratings.
It’s the pop stars fourth number one album on the Billboard 200, and has already moved 374,000 copies in it’s first couple weeks on the shelves.
Keith Caulfield, Billboard‘s associate director of charts reveals: “That Bieber can have the biggest opening week of the year says that he’s doing a good job. It’s always tough making that transition from tweeny-teeny pop star to young adult. It’s a challenge, and he seems to be doing quite well so far.”
‘Believe’ is also Bieber’s first number-one album in the U.K. knocking off Cheryl Cole’s “A Million Lights,” which debuted in second place.