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Justin Bieber breaks YouTube record with 2 billion views, beats Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson

Download justin's latest Album Under the Mistletoe here

Teenage pop sensation Justin Bieber is officially the most popular artist on after becoming the first star to reach two billion video views.
The Baby singer's music page attracted 94 million visitors in the past month alone to go down in virtual history.
Bieber beats chart rival Lady Gaga to the feat, even though the Poker Face singer was the first artist to crack the one billion barrier in 2010.
The pop pair leads the pack as the most-viewed stars on the video-sharing website - Rihanna, Eminem and Shakira round out the top five.
Meanwhile, Bieber says he is "experimenting" with his new album.
The 17-year-old may have just released his Under the Mistletoe Christmas album, but he is already looking forward to his next one.
Believe, is due for release in spring next year. Bieber is looking to the clubs to find inspiration for his new tunes.
"I'm about halfway through," he told USA Today.
"I'm experimenting. What's big right now are beats that are in the clubs, like dubstep. So I want to mess with that stuff, but also stay me."
Under the Mistletoe is an album filled with collaborations and urban remixes of Christmas favourites, just in time for the holiday season.
The album features some of the biggest artists in music today including Usher, Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey.
However Bieber confesses that he had the most fun when he was working on his own.
"Most of the songs I collaborated on, but on [All I Want Is You], I was all by myself, doing the beat, the piano, the singing," he explained. "It felt good."
Along with the album Bieber is also launching his Believe Charity Drive which encourages fans to donate to the seven charities he'll be supporting with proceeds from the Christmas special.
The star has been getting hands on to show his dedication to the causes.
"To help people have food on their plate at that time of year is really special," he said.
"I just helped a food drive in Stratford, Ontario, so that was special for me."
Bieber apparently struggled to record his Christmas duet with Carey - because adulthood has robbed him of his high notes.
The pop star's manager Scooter Braun has revealed the teen's voice broke just before he hit the studio to re-record Carey's festive hit All I Want For Christmas.
And Braun tells his young charge's tone is not as high as it used to be.
"Vocally, his balls have dropped... A year ago that (singing with Carey) would have been no problem."
And Island Def Jam president Steve Bartels is convinced fans will notice the more adult sound to Bieber's voice on Underneath The Mistletoe.
"The album really shows his growth as a young man, and his voice has just blossomed," Bartels said.
- Sydney Morning Herald