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Justin Tranter Says Having Three Simultaneous Hot 100 Hit Songs Was 'Mind-Blowing' | My Billboard Moment

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Justin Tranter Says Having Three Simultaneous Hot 100 Hit Songs Was 'Mind-Blowing' | My Billboard Moment

Justin Tranter Says Having Three Simultaneous Hot 100 Hit Songs Was 'Mind-Blowing' | My Billboard Moment

Singer and songwriter Justin Tranter recalls how it felt when he had three simultaneous top 10 Hot 100 hits (Justin Bieber’s “Sorry,” Selena Gomez’s “Hands To Myself,” DNCE’s “Cake By The Ocean”), calling the experience "mind-blowing."

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