Justin Bieber is “super grateful” for the No. 1 debut of his new album Changes.
“Super grateful for this past week with #changes,” he tweeted. He also posted several news stories about the album’s No. 1 debut, and wrote “Thank you” on each one.
Bieber released Changes on Valentine’s Day, his first album since 2015’s Purpose. It’s his fifth studio album to hit No. 1, along with two remix albums.
“Changes” entered the Billboard chart at No. 1, making him, at age 25, the youngest artist to score seven No. 1 albums. Elvis Presley held the record previously.
Justin, who turns 26 on March 1st, also teased a “visual album.” “This week is the big finale of #JustinBieberSeasons and another music video from Changes on @AppleMusic,” he wrote on Twitter. “And I think I might give you a visual album.”
Before finding out about Changes’ big debut, Bieber stopped by Kanye West’s Sunday Service to deliver a powerful rendition of Marvin Sapp’s song “Never Would Have Made It.”