Justin Bieber broke into the music industry at the age of 12. Scooter Braun was browsing for videos from different singers when he stumbled upon the pop singer's channel, and the rest is history. The young artist hailing from Canada became an instant hitmaker with his sweet voice and charisma that captured the hearts of many music fans.

The rise of a young artist from Ontario

His songs "Baby," "One Less Lonely Girl," "Love Me," "Favorite Girl," and more ranked on several music charts. Justin Bieber has also collaborated with some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Ludacris, Rascal Flatts, Sean Kingston, Miley Cyrus, Soulja Boy, and Jaden Smith among others.

The pop singer held his first-ever concert series, titled "Urban Behavior Tour," in 2009. It was followed by three other concert tours, including the "Purpose" world tour which wrapped up earlier than scheduled due to unforeseen circumstances.

But despite the fame and popularity, Justin Bieber suffered a breakdown in the midst of his popularity. In fact, the singer gave the same reason when he announced the cancellation of his recent concert tour. In a heartfelt letter to his fans, the 23-year-old singer emphasized the importance of his temporary hiatus in order to focus on making himself a sustainable person in the future.

Bieber takes some time off from performing to focus on his Christian life

Following the announcement of his plan to take a break from performing and touring, the "Love Yourself" singer has been spotted on several occasions attending a local church in Beverly Hills. It is worth noting that the artist has been vocal about his faith.

His manager, Scooter Braun, admitted the singer had some difficult times following his DUI arrest in 2014. "It was worse than people realized," he told the Wallstreet Journal magazine. "I failed him day after day. We were living in hell because he was in such a dark place."

The talent manager confessed it reached a point where some of the people who invested in Justin Bieber were convinced that it was over for "Despacito" artist.

But despite being told to look for someone else to manage, Scooter Braun recounted his promise to the young singer and decided to stay with him regardless of what was happening with him at that time.

“He’s family. I think the relationship is more like a big brother, especially because he’s become a man. I think he’s seen the worst of himself, and to watch him rise out of it was amazing," he explained.