Psy’s Gangnam Style which has 2,894,426,475 views has been beaten by another music video recording, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again. The tracks has been looked at 2,895,373,709 times.
Psy’s Gangnam Style presently has 2,894,426,475 views. (YouTube )
Psy’s Gangnam Style (released in 2012) is no more the video tutorial with the highest views on YouTube.
It was the most looked at YouTube video heading back five years. It experienced managed to break YouTube’s play counter-top, going beyond perfect amount of views (2,147,483,647), credited to which the company was required to rewrite its code.
Now, it’s has been substituted by another music video recording tracking – Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again (released in 2015). The heart and soul stirring ballad has now been looked at 2,895,373,709 times; beating Psy’s present count up of 2,894,426,475 views.
If you add this up, this means that See You Again has enjoyed out for 21,759 years. The record had been written for Furious 7, and was relished through the shutting credits in tribute to the later Paul Walker, who passed on in an automobile crash before the movie have been completed.
See You Again is regularly performed out at funerals in the united kingdom and was the best-selling melody internationally in 2015. It got the best keep track of nominations both at the Grammys and the Oscars.
The last world of Furious 7 is played out in the music training video recording, which features both main people Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Cody Walker, swapping his sibling, Paul), driving a vehicle hand and hand, smiling at the other person plus they drive onto different pathways. The camera then targets the sky and ‘For Paul’ is written, and the training video recording ends.
The video purchased 1 billion views in six months, and come to 2 billion previous September. However, its place as the utmost observed YouTube training training video may not keep going long.
Luis Fonsi’s Despacito (released in 2017) offers 2.5 billion views in half per annum, and is certainly going strong.
It really is a Puerto Rican keep track of sung in Spanish and English and has been the primary songs in UK for the past eight weeks. Increasing the elegance of the sounds is a remix offering Justin Bieber.
The winner in this complete game appears to be Universal Music, simply because they owns each one of these songs.