Justin Bieber First Artist to Have Four Albums on Billboard's Top 40 Since Garth Brooks

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Not winning any Grammys didn't hurt Justin Bieber's album sales.

He dominated the Billboard 200 chart this week, thanks to Never Say Never: The Remixes (Island), the soundtrack to his new 3-D concert film. It claimed the No. 1 spot with 161,000 copies sold. 
Three of his other albums also were in the Top 40: My World 2.0 (No. 8); My Worlds Acoustic (No. 18) and My World, the mini-album that was his debut (No. 31).
According to Billboard, the singer - who just debuted a shorter new 'do - is the first artist to have four albums in the top 40 since Garth Brooks in 1993.