The buzz is finally over for Justin Bieber, who has been crowned MTV Video Video Music Award winner for his role in Baby bump and the song.
But the news is not all bad for Justin’s music career.
The Billboard Hot 100 chart will show the Canadian singer as the No. 1 album of the year with 25.5 million units sold, making him the first artist to top that chart since Mariah Carey, who made her debut in 1999.
Baby bump, released in February and featuring Bieber as the lead singer, earned more than $1 million in the U.S. for Warner Music Group.
Justin’s song has since been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song in December.
The song was released during the Super Bowl halftime show, which was streamed on Spotify and YouTube.
Bieber’s third album, What You Are, debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart and is expected to earn around $15 million in sales in 2017, Billboard said.
Baby boomers will be celebrating their golden years in 2018.
The Baby Boom generation is entering its twilight years, and this year’s boomers are not going to be going to their retirement homes anytime soon, said Jennifer Hagen, a marketing professor at the University of Southern California’s Wharton School.
Instead, they’re going to college and finding jobs, she said.
The baby boomers have had a tough year, and the baby boom is in a difficult economic situation.
Baby boomers make up less than 5 percent of the population but account for 40 percent of workers in the labor force, according to the U,S.
Hagen said that the Baby Boomers have been waiting longer than other generations for a strong economic recovery and the economy has not been as strong.
“The Baby Boomers have had more time to adjust to economic change, so they’re in a stronger position to see how things play out,” Hagen said.
“It’s been a bit of a bumpy ride for Baby Boomer generations, but they’re making up for it with a lot of work.”