Justin Bieber ‘Sorry’ hit becomes the most streamed track ever in the UK

Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ has become the most streamed song ever in the UK.

The No.1 song released back in 2015 has now reached 100 million plays in the country on services like Spotify and Deezer.

Justin Bieber Sorry

It hasn’t left the UK’s full single chart since its release in October.

The three and a half minute long track has over 1.4billion views on Youtube and 5.9m thumbs up too.

Two other tracks from Bieber’s most recent album, Purpose, What Do You Mean and Love Youself, are close behind Sorry in the streaming charts.

They are sitting at 98.6 million and 94.3 million streams respectively and are expected to cross the mark in the coming weeks.

Bieber broke another record earlier this year when he became the first artist to hold the top three positions on the singles chart at the same time.

Drake’s One Dance is currently sitting atop this week’s singles chart, while Paul Simon’s 11th studio album Stranger to Stranger is number one on the album chart.

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