Justin Bieber Wants to Return to Number One with 'Yummy'

Ruben Fields
January 13, 2020

If you've not been paying attention to the world of pop music, you may have missed the news that Justin Bieber recently released "Yummy", his first solo single in three years.

He carried on to discharge various other tracks then showcased on Hussle's "Racks in the Middle", which became exremely popular, particularly in the light associated with the rapper's untimely demise. The song reached No. 26 in the Billboard Hot 100.

For producer Mustard's single, "Ballin", Ricch offers the vocals.

But fans felt that Justin might have gone too far after a since deleted tweet saw the singer reshare a post from a fan account describing how Beliebers could get the song to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.

As music blog Genius reports, Bieber is also employing more Billboard-approved strategies to boosting his song to No. 1.

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"Stream yummy by justin bieber", Roddy wrote, after which his fans flooded his replies with their disapproval.

But, Bieber expects more, and he wants his fans to help him.

See screenshots of the article below. He's encouraged including the song times in playlists made of just "Yummy", buying the song multiple times, and watching one of seven music videos he's released for the song. Bieber happens to be definitely campaigning for their followers to supply and purchase the tune much more.

By using a Virtual Private Network, global fans could cheat the system and make it seem as though they're from America streaming the song, which would help him get more plays to reach No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart which only takes account American streams, purchases and radio play. "Congratulations to @RoddyRicch", said one person.

"2020", Justin Bieber posted a few days in the past on his social media. People are going to gravitate to what they gravitate to.

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