By Will Robinson
Updated December 08, 2016 at 01:15 AM EST

Riding high off his newest album Purpose, Justin Bieber ruled the charts in his comeback year.

The young pop star had the most-viewed video on Vevo in 2016 with “Sorry (PURPOSE: The Movement),” the streaming service announced Thursday. It accrued a mere 1.8 billion views worldwide. Two other tracks from his fourth studio album appeared at No. 5 and No. 6: the cinematic video for “What Do You Mean?” and the dancey visuals of “Love Yourself (PURPOSE: The Movement).”

Rolling in the deep at second place is Adele. The 25 songstress returned to the limelight with the empowering “Hello,” which had over 1.2 billion plays. A pair of collaborations round out the top five: Fifth Harmony and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Work From Home” claimed the No. 3 spot, while Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s collaboration “This Is What You Came For” claimed fourth place. All five exceeded 1 billion views.

See the top 10 videos below.

1. “Sorry (PURPOSE: The Movement)” by Justin Bieber: 1,824,823,909 views

2. “Hello” by Adele: 1,255,754,358 views

3. “Work From Home” by Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign: 1,173,014,751 views

4. “This Is What You Came For” by Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna: 1,008,115,358 views

5. “What Do You Mean?” by Justin Bieber: 1,002,151,667 views

6. “Love Yourself (PURPOSE: The Movement” by Justin Bieber: 966,846,883 views

7. “Hotline Bling” by Drake: 899,014,469 views

8. “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars: 825,589,463 views

9. “Work (Explicit)” by Rihanna feat. Drake: 800,984,121 views

10. “Closer (Lyric)” by The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey: 776,806,154 views