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26 March 2012, 15:39 Updated: 26 March 2012, 17:41

We give you a run down of the 18-year-old worldwide pop star's greatest music videos following the first play of his brand new single 'Boyfriend'.

Justin Bieber is making his return to the airwaves this year with his new studio album 'Believe', and treated fans to the first play of his brand new single 'Boyfriend' this week. To celebrate the return of the Canadian pop sensation Capital is taking a look back at the ten best music videos the singer has released since exploding onto the music scene back in 2009.

U Smile

Released in August 2010 as the second digital single from Justin's debut album re-release 'My World 2.0', catchy pop number 'U Smile' sees the young singer meeting fans outside a venue and inviting one of the lucky ladies to join him for a date later that night. The video also showcases Justin's instrumental talent with him playing his own accompaniment on a grand piano.


Produced and written by his mentor Usher, Justin's 2009 music video for 'One Less Lonely Girl' sees him meeting a pretty girl in a local launderette and leading her on a scavenger hunt in order to win her affections. The song served as Justin's follow-up to his first ever single 'One Time'.


Back in 2009 Justin released the uplifting 'Love Me' as the first promotional single from debut record 'My World', which proved an instant hit with his fans all over the world. Penned by 'Marry Me' singer Bruno Mars and taking from The Cardigans' popular 1996 hit 'Lovefool', Justin's music video for 'Love Me' features footage from some of the 18 year-old singer's live performances as well as clips of his life on the road.


Let's go back to where it all started with Justin's first ever single 'One Time' which was originally released back in 2009. The song's music video featured appearances from both Usher and Justin's hometown best friend Ryan Butler, and showed off the 'My World' singer's cheeky side after he holds a secret house party at his trusting mentor's home. To date the 'One Time' music video has been viewed almost 300 million times on YouTube.


Justin showed off a more serious side in March 2010 for the release of 'Never Let You Go' from 'My World 2.0'. The music video sees the young star pursuing a teen romance while serenading his girlfriend from the catacombs of an atmospheric aquarium, although Justin still found a way to show off his trademark dance moves in the promo.


Justin teamed up with 'Beautiful Girls' singer Sean Kingston in 2010 for the single 'Back 2 Life'. The music video sees both singers vying for the attentions of the same girl, who flirts with both of them, before the 'Eenie-Meenie-Minie-Mo lover' gets caught out at the end. 'Eenie Meenie' is also notable for allowing Justin to show off his budding rap skills!


Justin returned in late 2011 with his festive offering 'Mistletoe', taken from his holiday album 'Under The Mistletoe', and the 18 year-old singer showed off his maturing voice in the R&B inspired seasonal track. The music video sees Justin singing on a snow-dusted street before enjoying a Christmas dance as well as a cheeky kiss under said mistletoe. 2011.


'Never Say Never' served as the theme song for the 2011 film The Karate Kid and gave Justin the perfect opportunity to team up with the film's star, and Will Smith's son, Jaden Smith for this popular Justin Bieber song, which was eventually released to promote his remix album 'Never Say Never - The Remixes'. Jaden also stars in the song's music video to show the apple doesn't fall far from the tree with his middle eight rap verse.


Justin and mentor Usher went all out with the choreography for their 2010 team-up on the official remix of 'Somebody To Love'. The music video sees both artists teaming up with various dance crews during their performance and has remained one of the Canadian singer's most popular songs to date.


Justin's biggest hit to date 'Baby' is at number one on our list. The song served as the lead single from the latter half of his debut 'My World 2.0' and saw Justin teaming up with rapper Ludacris. The popular music video, which has over 700 million YouTube views also features Ludacris and sees Justin attempting to lay the charm on a girl he meets at the local shopping mall.

  • Justin Bieber has been a mainstay on the Billboard Hot 100 since his debut single was released in 2009.
  • Eighteen of Bieber's singles have become top 10 hits. Insider ranked those most popular songs.
  • 'Beauty and a Beat' featuring Nicki Minaj brings up the rear at No. 18 on our list.
  • Bieber's 2015 smash hit 'Sorry,' which reigned at No. 1 on the chart for three weeks, earned our top spot.
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Justin Bieber has been a mainstay on the Billboard Hot 100 since his debut single was released in 2009.

'One Time' peaked at No. 17 on the chart, but 18 of Bieber's songs in the past decade have become top 10 hits. From the infamous bop 'Baby' to his most recent comeback single 'Yummy,' Bieber's vocals are a reliable bet for radio domination.

Insider ranked those 18 hits, Bieber's most commercially popular songs, from worst to best.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 5

'Beauty and a Beat' has some catchy moments, but overall, it's extremely grating. Even just the name of the song is annoying. Not to mention, it's uncomfortable — and even a little grimy — to hear a 30-year-old Nicki Minaj rap about wanting to hook up with a barely-18-year-old Bieber.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 2

As I previously wrote for Insider's review of 'Changes,' any catchy or enjoyable aspect of this song is absolutely ruined by the chorus and its nauseating repetition of 'yummy,' one of the cringiest words ever used to describe having sex with your wife.

My sentiment was echoed by our associate editor, Courteney Larocca: 'The fact that there needed to be five songwriters to come up with 'you got that yummy, yum' is, frankly, a massive embarrassment. This song is the reason pop music doesn't get taken seriously.'

16. 'I Don't Care' by Ed Sheeran featuring Justin Bieber

Chart history: Peaked at No. 2

You'd think a collaboration between two of pop's most beloved male vocalists would be the stuff of boy band dreams — as catchy as 'Sorry,' as melodic as 'Company,' as bouncy as 'Shape of You,' or at least as emotionally piercing as 'Thinking Out Loud.' I mean, these are two emotional men with angelic voices we're talking about.

Sadly, 'I Don't Care' was none of those things. The lyrics are shallow, the production is generic, and the lack of falsetto is deeply disappointing.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 6

'As Long As You Love Me' is super dramatic and, honestly, barely less annoying than 'Beauty and a Beat.' Luckily, Big Sean's verse gives this pulsing pop song an edge.

14. '10,000 Hours' by Dan + Shay featuring Justin Bieber

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Chart history: Peaked at No. 4

'10,000 Hours' is fine. It's a relatively sweet song that celebrates the three singers' marriages, but it also gets super boring after more than one or two listens. Ultimately, it's just a forgettable, phoned-in attempt by three men to paint themselves as dreamy husbands.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 9

'Intentions' is actually one of the better songs on 'Changes,' but unfortunately, that's not saying very much. The song suffers from the same lack of innovation and abundance of lyrical mediocrity as the rest of the album, and Quavo doesn't bring anything fresh to the table.

12. 'No Brainer' by DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper, and Quavo

Chart history: Peaked at No. 5

'No Brainer' is a fun, feature-packed joint from DJ Khaled's hit-making factory — but it's also an obvious attempt to remake the magic of 'I'm the One,' which immediately makes the song less interesting.

11. 'I'm the One' by DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper, and Lil Wayne

Chart history: Peaked at No. 1 for one week

'I'm the One' was a stroke of genius on the part of DJ Khaled, who brought together three of music's brightest stars for one summer-defining hit. It doesn't have much substance, but it does have something for everyone, and Bieber's silky voice in the chorus ties the whole thing together.

10. 'Let Me Love You' by DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber

Chart history: Peaked at No. 4

Bieber's vocals offer the perfect cherry on top of a catchy dance track, and 'Let Me Love You' is just one example. It's not the best Bieber-featuring EDM-pop single — but its moody, tropical vibe is still downright addicting.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 8

'Never Say Never' is far from artistic perfection, but in the world of 'Bieber Fever,' it's a certified classic. The titular motto defined an entire era of Bieber's career — and if you're able to resist singing along, most fans would consider that grounds to revoke your Belieber status.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 1 for one week

'What Do You Mean?' may have been the worst of Bieber's four promo singles for 'Purpose,' but all that proves is how powerful 'Purpose' is.

'What Do You Mean?' was an essential part of Bieber's public rebranding — what Rolling Stone called his 'take-me-back moment'— and we heard him loud and clear. The single was his first-ever No. 1 on the chart and, at 21 years old, made Bieber the youngest male to debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100. It positioned the embattled pop star as the ultimate comeback kid.

7. 'Cold Water' by Major Lazer featuring Justin Bieber and MØ

Chart history: Peaked at No. 2

'Cold Water' is the perfect combination of Major Lazer's best instincts (also responsible for party playlist essentials like 'Turn Down for What' and 'Lean On') and Bieber's knack for injecting real emotion into cheesy, lovelorn lyrics.

And just when you think you're ready to press 'next,' MØ's alluring, raspy vocals come through in the third verse to keep you hooked.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 2

Looking back, 'Boyfriend' was ahead of its time. Bieber was pseudo-rapping over sparkling synth beats long before Ariana Grande and her current reigning single, '7 Rings.'

Aside from the underwhelming lyrics about fondue — not to mention the unnecessary addition of the word 'swaggy' at random intervals — it's pretty much the perfect pop song.

5. 'Where Are Ü Now' by Skrillex and Diplo with Justin Bieber

Chart history: Peaked at No. 8

'Where Are Ü Now' preceded 'What Do You Mean?' as Bieber's comeback anthem. It reminded everyone why we fell in love with his boyish charm and silken vocals in the first place; it made him vulnerable and likable (according to Billboard, Bieber actually wrote the song as a moody piano ballad before sending it to Skrillex and Diplo).

And it didn't hurt that, with the help of Skrillex and Diplo's EDM expertise, 'Where Are Ü Now' is an absolute banger.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 1 for two weeks

Once Bieber had built up some good will with the golden promo trio ('Where Are Ü Now,' 'What Do You Mean?' and 'Sorry'), he enjoyed the fruits of his labor with a hefty dose of self-love and attitude, snarled gracefully over a deceptively sweet melody.

We should all be thankful that Bieber's co-writer Ed Sheeran deemed 'Love Yourself' as too 'harsh' to sing himself; he could have never done it justice.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 5

'Baby' has been maligned and misrepresented for too long. The song showcased the best of young Bieber's vocal potential and his sharp instincts for earworm pop.

'Baby' is a true bop that's largely responsible for Bieber's absolute ubiquity, and it deserves respect. We even ranked it No. 113 on our list of the past decade's best songs.

2. 'Despacito' by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber

Chart history: Peaked at No. 1 for 16 weeks

'Despacito' is, by far, the most commercially successful track with Bieber's name attached. And while he may not know how to actually sing it, he recognized the song's power and asked to be a part of it — becoming the unlikely harbinger of reggaeton's reckoning. And the music industry is genuinely better off for it.

The 'Despacito' remix featuring Bieber became the first mostly Spanish-language song in Grammy history to be nominated for record of the year and song of the year. And as HuffPost's Carolina Moreno pointed out, its losses in both categories were completely inexplicable.

'By nearly every measure, 'Despacito' was the world's biggest song of 2017,' Moreno writes. 'It not only broke nearly every record under the sun, but it finally made clear to the U.S. mainstream market the true power of Latin music on a global stage.'

'Despacito' does not claim the top spot on our ranking, however, because Bieber was little more than a vocal contributor. Its true power belongs to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.

Chart history: Peaked at No. 1 for three weeks

After years of public scandals and nurturing his 'bad boy' image, Bieber apologized in the best possible way: with a song that can (and will) be played at clubs, during road trips, on repeat while you're in the shower, and at the peak of any good party until the end of time.

Put simply, 'Sorry' is Bieber's ultimate triumph thus far. It's both endearing and challenging, both timeless and totally of-the-moment. As Rolling Stone's Rob Sheffield writes, 'Bieber is the comeback kid, with 'Sorry' as his theme song.'

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