My World 2.0 is the latter of two-part debut studio album from Canadian singer Justin Bieber, and is his first full studio release. The album is the follow-up to the first platinum certified half of the album, My World, which was released on November 17, 2009, via Island Records, and 2.0 was first released on March 19, 2010. Bieber worked with producers and writers from his debut release, including Tricky Stewart & The-Dream and Midi Mafia, and several new including Bryan-Michael Cox and The Stereotypes, among others. In addition to having a more dominant R&B feel than his first release, the album is described as edgier and more mature. In addition to the R&B sound, the album also combines it with pop and hip-hop sounds.

The album was preceded by the lead single, "Baby", featuring Ludacris, which was released on January 18, 2010, and two digital singles, "Never Let You Go" on March 2, 2010, and "U Smile" on March 16, 2010. "Somebody to Love" impacted radio as the album's second single on May 20, 2010, and "U Smile" impacted radio as the album's third single on August 24, 2010.

My World 2.0 debuted No.1 in the Billboard 200 selling 283,000 copies, Justin became the youngest solo male artist to top the chart since Stevie Wonder in 1963. "My World (EP)" (2009) peaking at number five on the chart that week, Justin became the first artist to occupy two top-five positions on the ranking since Nelly in 2004. The album sold more copies in the second week than the first in US, becoming the first album since The Beatles "1" (2000) to debut at number one and sold more copies in the second week that the first.

Tracklist[edit | edit source]

  1. "Baby" (featuring Ludacris)
  2. "Somebody to Love"
  3. "Stuck in the Moment"
  4. "U Smile"
  5. "Runaway Love"
  6. "Never Let You Go"
  7. "Overboard" (featuring Jessica Jarrell)
  8. "Eenie Meenie" (with Sean Kingston)
  9. "Up"
  10. "That Should Be Me"

iTunes Store bonus track[edit | edit source]

11. "Kiss and Tell"

Wal-Mart and Australian bonus track[edit | edit source]

11. "Where Are You Now"

Japanese bonus tracks[edit | edit source]

11. "Kiss and Tell"
12. "Where Are You Now"

Deluxe Music Video[edit | edit source]

  1. Baby (music video)

Other Deluxe Stuff[edit | edit source]

  • 20-page lyric and photo booklet
  • Stickers
  • Wallpapers
  • and more...

Singles[edit | edit source]

Booklet[edit | edit source]


To view the My World 2.0 gallery, click here.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • At 16, Justin Bieber become the youngest male solo artist to debut #1 in the Billboard HOT 200 since Stevie Wonder in 1963 at age 13

Commercial Performance[edit | edit source]

My World 2.0 debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 albums chart with first-week sales of 283,000 copies. In doing so, Justin became the youngest solo male artist to top the chart since Stevie Wonder in 1963. With My World (EP) peaking at number five on the chart that week, Justin became the first artist to occupy two top-five positions on the ranking since Nelly in 2004. The album's sales were larger in its second week of release in the US, becoming the first album since The Beatles' 1 (2000) to debut at number one there, and have a stronger-selling second week. Bieber also had his second consecutive number-one album in Canada, and in its second week of release the album peaked at number one in Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. It also charted in the top ten of fifteen other countries.

Certifications[edit | edit source]

Selling 283,000 copies the first week. Recived the RIAA Gold an Platinum certification on May 5, 2010 for sold 500,000 and 1,000,000 million copies; While on December 13, 2011 recived 2x and 3x Multi-Platinum. On June 24, 2020 sold 4,000,000 million copies, reciving 4x Multi-platinum.

Charts[edit | edit source]

Charts (2010) Peak

Position

Australian Albums (ARIA) 1
Austian Albums (O3 Austria) 2
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) 3
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) 16
Brazilian Albums (ABPD) 1
Canadian Albums (Billboard) 1
Czech Album (CNS IFPI) 30
Danish Albums (Hitlisten) 7
Dutch Albums (Album top 100) 4
European Top 100 Albums (Billboard) 3
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista) 13
French Albums (SNEP) 4
German albums (Offizielle top 100) 7
Greek Albums (HitParade) 4
Irish albums (OCC) 1
Italian Albums (FIMI) 13
Mexican Albums (AMPROFON) 2
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ) 1
Norwegian Albums (VG-Lista) 3
Polish Albums (ZPAV) 9
Portuguese Albums (AFP) 2
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE) 1
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan) 21
Swiss Albums (Scheweizer Hitparade) 9
UK Albums (OCC) 3
USA Billboard 200 1
Decade-end charts (2010 - 2019) Peak

Position

Australian Albums (ARIA) 43
US Billboard 200 22


Awards and nomination[edit | edit source]

YEAR AWARD NOMINATION RESULT
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice Music: Pop Album WON
American Music Awards Favorite Pop/Rock Album WON
Juno Awards Album Pop of the Year Nominated
Pop Album of the Year
2011 Billboard Music Awards Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top Pop Album WON
Grammy Awards Best Vocal Pop Album Nominated
NME Awards Worst Album of the Year WON
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