Justin Bieber performs onstage during the 58th Grammy Awards on Feb. 15. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images for NARAS)

It was a big year for Justin Bieber. And as if winning his first Grammy wasn't enough proof, he now has eight new Guinness world records.

His first new album in two years, "Purpose," became the most streamed album on Spotify in one week, and "What Do You Mean?" was the most streamed track in one week. He also had the most simultaneous tracks on the U.S. singles chart.

Bieber has the most Twitter followers of any male user, the most-viewed YouTube channel and the most YouTube subscribers of any male musician. (Here's the full list of records he nabbed.)

The pop superstar has had a remarkable turnaround after a bunch of legal problems (a DUI arrest, a "felony egging incident"), and generally questionable behavior (writing weird stuff about Anne Frank).

Other pop culture icons made their way into the Guinness World Records 2017 book, available Sept. 8. David Bowie, who died in January, made the world record book for the first time in a decade as 19 of his albums made it on Britain's Top 100.

Singer The Weeknd's "Beauty Behind the Madness" had 60 million listeners on Spotify, making it the most streamed album on the service as measured by unique listeners. He also was the solo male artist who spent the most consecutive weeks in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100.

Gordon Ramsay had the highest earnings for a television chef. His Maze Restaurant in London had previously set a world record, selling the world's most expensive commercially available pizza. It costs $178.

HBO's "Game of Thrones" had about 14.4 million illegal downloads per episode, making it once again the most pirated television show. And Ringo Starr's mono copy of "The Beatles" (also known as "The White Album"), sold at auction for $790,000, making it the most expensive vinyl auctioned.

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