Justin Bieber has accomplished a new feat by tieing with the iconic John Lennon on the U.K.’s singles charts. More after the jump.

Frankie Zing

Bieber stormed the British singles chart on Friday, with 3 songs currently sitting in the top 5 – a feat no one else has accomplished besides John Lennon, posthumously.

Justin’s “Sorry”, “Love Yourself”, and “What Do You Mean” took first, third and fifth place. “Sorry” pushed Adele’s “Hello” out of the way as it slipped to second place from the top spot it was in for three weeks.

In January 1981, Lennon’s “Imagine” was number one, “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” was third and “(Just Like) Starting Over” was fifth all in the month after his infamous murder in New York.

All 3 of the Bieb’s chart-topping singles come from his latest album Purpose, which had a huge opening sales week with 620,000 copies sold and 90,000 in it’s second week. Every song from his long awaited album charted in the top 100 singles.

Amidst Bieber’s single success, his album was nudged out of the No. 1 spot on the Top Album Charts by current competition – boy band One Direction, with their current album “Made In The A.M”. This marks the group’s fourth UK No. 1 having previously securing the top spot in 2012 with “Take Me Home,” 2013’s “Midnight Memories” and 2014’s “Four”.