Bieber hit the milestone when his latest, ‘Stay’, with Kid LAROI launched at No. 3 on the chart.
The forthcoming release will now include the full 16-song set and will be available for fans to enjoy on CD, vinyl, and across all digital platforms.
The track also features on the newly-remastered, expanded edition of 'Metallica' (aka 'The Black Album') set for release on September 10.
Acclaimed as a nu-metal classic on release, the album includes the band's platinum-selling signature hit, 'Bodies'.
The singer also said to expect “more exciting news regarding the new album and US tour” in the coming weeks.
Out on September 10, the new limited edition vinyl pressing also includes new artwork.
Remarkably, given the band’s stellar history, it marks the first occasion when CCR have had a Billboard No.1.
The expanded edition of the Queen guitarist's acclaimed 'Back To The Light' is set for release on August 6.
The new film is set to arrive to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the K-Pop stars' formation.
'Operation: Mindcrime' and 'Empire' will both be back in multiple formats through Capitol/UMe on June 25.
The Clios recognize excellence in creative work for the marketing or promotion of an artist, label, music brand, product or service.
The album previously debuted in the same position in December, earning the singer her eighth No. 1 album.
The Tragically Hip also received the Junos' 2021 Humanitarian Award, which was presented by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush, in honor of their history of philanthropic work.
Originally released in June 2006, the genre-busting album was certified gold or platinum in 26 countries.
The tour, which had its first successful run January to March of 2020, now resumes in Nashville on July 29.