Justin Bieber Has Smashed a 51-year-old Beatles Record by Robert Hackett @FortuneMagazine November 24, 2015, 9:44 AM EST E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons Justin Bieber has broken a record previously held by The Beatles with the release of his new album Purpose. Seventeen of the Canadian singer and songwriter’s newly released tracks have risen onto Billboard’s “Hot 100” list for the week of Dec. 5. The achievement represents “the most titles that any artist has placed on the chart in a single week,” reports Billboard. The Beatles’ earlier record had amounted to 14 songs on the list on April 11, 1964, Billboard notes. Drake, the hip-hop artist and fellow Canadian, had tied the English rock band’s accomplishment with 14 songs on March 7 and Oct. 17 this year. Justin Bieber’s latest album also topped the “Billboard 200” list of most popular albums last week. Billboard collects data from Nielsen NLSN Music, the consumer measurement company’s audio arm, which tracks music sales and audience impressions from radio airplay, as well as other online music sources. Here’s where Bieber’s tracks rank on the “Hot 100” in order of popularity, per Billboard: No. 2, “Sorry” (up from No. 3) No. 4, “Love Yourself” (NEW) No. 5, “What Do You Mean?” (up from No. 6) No. 19, “I’ll Show You” (up from No. 27) No. 31, “The Feeling,” featuring Halsey (NEW) No. 34, “Where Are U Now” (Skrillex & Diplo With Bieber) (up from No. 49) No. 42, “Mark My Words” (NEW) No. 43, “Purpose” (NEW) No. 49, “No Pressure,” featuring Big Sean (NEW) No. 53, “Company” (NEW) No. 54, “No Sense,” featuring Travi$ Scott (NEW) No. 67, “Life Is Worth Living” (NEW) No. 74, “Children” (NEW) No. 81, “Been You” (NEW) No. 88, “We Are,” featuring Nas (NEW) No. 90, “Get Used to Me” (NEW) No. 98, “Trust” (NEW) In total, 17 out of the 18 tracks on Bieber’s new album made the list. The straggler is titled “All in it.” Unlike fellow pop stars Taylor Swift and Adele, Bieber chose to allow his album to stream over the Internet via services like Spotify, which has boosted his numbers. The ride-hailing service Lyft earlier this month partnered with the singer to promote Purpose. The company presented a “Bieber mode” option for its customers that offered a digital download of the album for $5. Subscribe to Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter on the business of technology. For more on Justin Bieber’s new album, watch this video.