Under The Mistletoe is Justin Bieber's first Christmas album, second studio album, and his sixth album overall. It was released on November 1, 2011 by Island Records. Justin had planned on doing a small EP first and then just a Christmas single.
The album has original song writter by Justin and others are classic christmas songs; he does his own versions of these.
Under The Mistletoe debuted number 1 in the Billboard 200, becoming the first christmas album by a male artist to debut at number one.
Justin Bieber originally wanted a Christmas album in 2010 but it never happened. He knew his fans were waiting for new music as he hadn't released an album in the past year. Bieber knew that his Believe album would not be done by the end of Christmas but still wanted to give his fans some music.
- Only Thing I Ever Get For Christmas
- The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) (featuring Usher)
- Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
- Fa La La (featuring Boyz II Men)
- All I Want For Christmas Is You (Superfestive!) (with Mariah Carey)
- Drummer Boy (featuring Busta Rhymes)
- Christmas Eve
- All I Want Is You
- Home This Christmas (featuring The Band Perry)
- Silent Night
- Christmas Love (deluxe)
- Fa La La (a cappella) (featuring Boyz II Men) (deluxe)
- Pray (deluxe)
- Someday At Christmas (deluxe)
- All I Want Is You (Acoustic) (Tesco/Japanese deluxe)
DVD (Deluxe Edition)
- "In The Studio Making the Album"
- "Making of the "Mistletoe" Video
- "Pray" (Music video)
The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 210,000 copies in its first week. Becoming the first christmas album by a male artist to debut at number one and Justin became the first solo artist to have three number one albums before his 18th birthday.
By the end of 2011, the album totaled 1,245,000 copies in US sales, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and was the eleventh best-selling album of the year.
In December 13, 2011 the album get two RIAA certification; Gold for selling 500,000 copies and Platinum for selling 1,000,000. On June 24, 2020, recived a 2x Multi-Platinum for selling 2 millions copies in the US.
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Awards and nominations
|2012||Billboard Music Awards||Top Pop Album||WON|
|Juno Awards||Album of the Year||Nomination|
|NME Awards||Worst Album||WON|
- "Justin Bieber Interviews with Booker from 97.1 AMP Radio Los Angeles". YouTube. October 31, 2011.