Published On: Thu, May 25th, 2017

Justin Bieber Net Worth: How Much Is Justin Bieber Worth Now?

Justin Bieber Net Worth in 2017: $225 million

Justin Bieber is a Canadian singer, song writer, and producer who started his career as a pop singer through uploading his singing videos on YouTube which led him towards success and his total net worth is $225 million.


The pop singer was born on March 1, 1994 in London, Ontario; he was discovered by the Talent manager in 2008 after watching Justin’s videos on YouTube, after signed a contract with R & B, Bieber released his first debut album named as EP, My World.

In late 2009 and Justin Bieber has the record due to his first album that have become first artist with seven songs in Billboard 100 and it sold over one million albums in the US.

Justin release his full length album My World 2.0, in 2010 which has record of more selling album in US in that time, Justin’s album copies were sold 698,000 copies after the release in just three weeks and his single song has the record of more selling singles in the US with 15 million copies sold in all over the world.

The second album of singer released after in which the single Under the Mistletoe which sold 2 million copies in all over the world while his third album Believe released in 2012 which has sold in the world about 3 million copies and Baby song has 1.1 billion views on YouTube.

Famous hollywood singer has done many movies like Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Katy Perry: Part of Me, Zendaya: Behind the Scenes, Behaving Badly, Zoolander 2; while he made many tour, such as Urban Behavior Tour, Believe Tour and Purpose World Tour.

Justin Bieber has received many awards like Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, Diamond Award, one Grammy award, American Music Award and fourteen titles in the Guinness World Records.

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