Pop star Justin Bieber is now the youngest solo artist to release seven consecutive Billboard No. 1 albums, breaking a nearly 60-year-old record.
At 25, the Stratford, Ont.-raised musician took the crown from Elvis Presley with the release of Changes. Presley had held that record since the 1961 release of Blue Hawaii, a soundtrack to his film of the same name.
Presley released that album when he was 26 years and 11 months old. Bieber will turn 26 on March 1.
As a group, The Beatles hold a similar record. All four members were under 26 when they released Rubber Soul in 1966, their seventh consecutive No. 1 of what would eventually stand at 19 total No. 1 albums.