Canadian singer Justin Bieber has smashed records once again by being the first artist to hit 10 billion views for his videos on Vevo over six years.

The 22-year-old’s breakthrough video "Baby" in 2010 has reached 1.3 billion views to date, according to Vevo. The video hosting service also reported that of the 10 billion views he racked up, over four billion were accounted for since September 2015. During this time, Bieber released his third studio album, “Purpose.” His hit single, “Sorry” has been viewed 1.1 billion times, while “What Do You Mean” earned 887.7 million.

“Justin quickly gained momentum, as well as the top spot on Vevo’s chart, which he has maintained it for 19 consecutive weeks,” Vevo said, as reported by

Fans could also not get enough of “Love Yourself,” co-written by Ed Sheeran. The official video earned 455 million views. If Bieber manages to hit nine figures again for one of his videos, he’ll be the only artist so far with three one billion-view videos.

Vevo’s announcement comes on the heels of reports that Bieber’s YouTube channel has been named the most popular one in February. He has more than 20 million subscribers to his channel, and his videos were watched 721.6 million times during that month, according to HITC. In January, Bieber’s videos were watched 824.3 million times. The figures are also attributed to the launch of his album, “Purpose.”

It was on YouTube when Bieber was first discovered in 2007 by his manager Scooter Braun. Braun saw Bieber’s videos wherein he performed covers of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and Ne-Yo on the Google-owned site. The Canadian artist then skyrocketed to fame, garnering a huge following of fans. Musician Usher recognised Bieber’s talent and signed him to a contract.