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YouTube is an American video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California. It was founded by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim in February 2005, and the first video was “Me at the zoo” uploaded by Karim on his channel in April 2005. Although the most-viewed videos were initially viral videos, such as “Evolution of Dance” and “Charlie Bit My Finger“, the most-viewed videos were increasingly related to music videos. In fact, since Lady Gaga‘s “Bad Romance“, every video that has reached the top of the “most-viewed YouTube videos” list has been a music video. Although some of the previously most-viewed videos are no longer listed on the site, reaching the top of the list is still considered a tremendous feat.

In November 2005, a Nike advertisement featuring Brazilian football player Ronaldinho became the first video to reach one million views.[1]

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Billion View Club

An early metric of a video’s popularity was the so-called Billion View Club, videos which had succeeded in reaching over 1 billion views since their initial upload.[2]

In December 2012, “Gangnam Style” became the first video to reach one billion views.[3] By June 2015, only “Baby” had also managed to pass this threshold; but, by October 2015, a total of ten videos had done so,[2] and the number grew further to 100 in February 2018.[4] Considering older videos that pre-dated YouTube’s creation in 2005 but were added later:

  • November Rain” by Guns N’ Roses became the first video made prior to YouTube’s creation to reach this threshold by July 2018.[5]
  • Numb” by Linkin Park was the first 2000s video predating YouTube to reach 1 billion views in November 2018.[6]
  • Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen was the first 1970s video (and pre-1990s video) to reach 1 billion views in July 2019.[7]
  • Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child o’ Mine” was the first 1980s video to reach 1 billion views in October 2019.[8]

With numerous videos readily clearing one billion views by 2018, more interest has been on two and three-billion views and higher metrics. In May 2014 “Gangnam Style” became the first video to exceed two billion views.[9]Despacito” became the first video to reach three billion views in August 2017, and since has surpassed four billion in October 2017,[10] five billion in April 2018,[11] and six billion in February 2019.

As of August 2020[update], fourteen videos have exceeded three billion views, five of which exceed four billion views, two of which exceed five and six billion views. “See You Again” became the second video to reach three billion views in August 2017, followed by “Gangnam Style” in November 2017.[12][13]Shape of You” became the second video to reach four billion views in January 2019, followed by “See You Again” in February 2019. “Baby Shark Dance” became the second video to reach five billion views in April 2020,[14] and the second video to reach six billion views in July 2020.

As of August 2020[update], the fastest videos to reach one billion views are “Hello” (87 days), “Despacito” (96 days) and “Shape of You” (97 days);[15] the fastest videos to reach two billion views are “Despacito” (154 days), “Shape of You” (187 days) and “Girls Like You” (293 days);[16] the fastest videos to reach three billion views are “Despacito” (203 days) and “Shape of You” (342 days);[17] the fastest videos to reach four billion views are “Despacito” (271 days) and “Shape of You” (708 days).[18]

The majority of these videos in the Billion View Club have been commercial music videos by popular artists, but the list has included oddities, typically programs aimed at children. Such videos include two episodes of the Russian animated cartoon Masha and the Bear, a version of “The Wheels on the Bus” by the British animation studio Little Baby Bum, and “Johny Johny Yes Papa” from Indian children’s’ stations LooLoo Kids and ChuChu TV.[19] Various versions of the song “Baby Shark” in total have amassed more than five billion views by January 2019, with the original version posted by Pinkfong having exceeded two billion views previously.[20]

Top videos

The following table lists the top 30 most-viewed videos on YouTube, with each total rounded to the nearest 10 million views, uploader and upload date.[A]

By year of release

The following table lists the current top 5 most viewed YouTube videos uploaded in each year, with each total rounded to the nearest 10 million views, uploader and upload date.[R]

As of August 2020[update] Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have the most appearances on the list with three each. icanrockyourworld (2007), Linkin Park (2007), Queen (2008), Guns N’ Roses (2009), Ed Sheeran (2017) and Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes (2018) have two videos in the top 5 of a single year, with the English and Spanish versions of Gummibär‘s The Gummy Bear Song being in the top five videos of 2007.

Historical most-viewed videos

The following table lists the videos that became YouTube’s most-viewed video, from April 2005 to the present.

  Current record (⁂)
  Former record (*)
  Indicates the video has since been removed from YouTube (‡)

* The approximate number of views each video had when it became YouTube’s most-viewed video.

Timeline of most viewed videos (Oct 2005 – Aug 2020)

No. 1 most viewed video (Oct 2005 – Jun 2006)

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No. 1 most viewed video (Apr 2006 – Jan 2010)

No. 1 most viewed video (Oct 2009 – Jan 2013)

No. 1 most viewed video (Jan 2012 – Aug 2020)

See also

Notes

  • ^ Some videos may not be available worldwide due to regional restrictions in certain countries.
  • ^ “Despacito” became the fifty-fourth video to reach 1 billion views on April 20, 2017, doing so in 96 days;[24] twelfth video to reach 2 billion views on June 16, 2017, doing so in the fastest time – 154 days;[25][26] first video to reach 3 billion views on August 4, 2017, doing so in the fastest time – 204 days;[27] first video to reach 4 billion views on October 11, 2017; first video to reach 5 billion views on April 5, 2018; first video to reach 6 billion views on February 24, 2019; YouTube’s most liked video with over 38.9 million likes as of August 2020[update].
  • ^ “Baby Shark Dance” is the eighth video to reach 3 billion views on July 1, 2019; fifth video to reach 4 billion views on November 25, 2019; second video to reach 5 billion views on April 3, 2020; second video to reach 6 billion views on July 16, 2020.
  • ^ “Shape of You” is the fourth video to reach 3 billion views on January 7, 2018; second video to reach 4 billion views on January 7, 2019.
  • ^ “See You Again” surpassed “Gangnam Style” as the most viewed video on July 10, 2017;[31][32] tenth video to reach 1 billion views on October 7, 2015;[33] second video to reach 2 billion views on September 3, 2016;[34][35] second video to reach 3 billion views on August 6, 2017;[36] third video to reach 4 billion views on February 7, 2019; second most liked video with over 29.4 million likes as of August 2020[update].
  • ^ “Recipe for Disaster” is the sixth video to reach 3 billion views on April 27, 2018; fourth video to reach 4 billion views on July 31, 2019.
  • ^ “Uptown Funk” is the fifth video to reach 3 billion views on March 31, 2018.
  • ^ “Gangnam Style” surpassed “Baby” as the most viewed video on November 24, 2012;[40] first video to reach 1 billion views on December 21, 2012;[41] first video to reach 2 billion views on May 30, 2014;[42] third video to reach 3 billion views on November 25, 2017;[43] currently holds the record for the longest reign as YouTube’s most viewed video with 1,689 days.
  • ^ “Johny Johny Yes Papa” is the eleventh video to reach 3 billion views on April 4, 2020.
  • ^ “Learning Colors – Colorful Eggs on a Farm” is the twelfth video to reach 3 billion views on April 11, 2020.
  • ^ “Sorry” is the seventh video to reach 3 billion views on September 1, 2018.
  • ^ “Sugar” is the ninth video to reach 3 billion views on July 24, 2019.
  • ^ “Roar” is the tenth video to reach 3 billion views on February 6, 2020.
  • ^ “Thinking Out Loud” is the thirteenth video to reach 3 billion views on May 29, 2020.
  • ^ “Counting Stars” is the fourteenth video to reach 3 billion views on July 8, 2020.
  • ^ As of August 2020[update], “Hello” is the fastest video to reach one billion views, doing so in 87 days.[62]
  • ^ “Closer” is the most viewed lyric video of all time as of August 2020[update].
  • ^ Some videos may not be available worldwide due to regional restrictions in certain countries.
  • ^ “Me at the zoo” is the first video uploaded to YouTube.
  • ^ “Evolution of Dance” previously held the title of YouTube’s most viewed video on three occasions: May 19, 2006 – February 29, 2008, March 15, 2008 – July 17, 2008, and May 2, 2009 – October 24, 2009.
  • ^ “Charlie Bit My Finger” previously held the title of YouTube’s most viewed video from October 24, 2009 to April 14, 2010.
  • ^ “Bad Romance” previously held the title of YouTube’s most viewed video from April 14, 2010 to July 16, 2010.
  • ^ “Baby” previously held the title of YouTube’s most viewed video from July 16, 2010 to November 24, 2012.
  • ^ “Gangnam Style” previously held the title of YouTube’s most viewed video from November 24, 2012 to July 10, 2017.
  • ^ “See You Again” previously held the title of YouTube’s most viewed video from July 10, 2017 to August 4, 2017.
  • ^ “Despacito” currently holds the title of YouTube’s most viewed video.
  • ^ “Despacito” became the first video to reach 3 billion views on August 4, 2017;[126] first video to reach 4 billion views on October 11, 2017; first video to reach 5 billion views on April 5, 2018[127] and first video to reach 6 billion views on February 24, 2019.
  • ^ “Gangnam Style” became the first video to reach 1 billion views on December 21, 2012;[41] first video to reach 2 billion views on May 30, 2014.[129]
  • ^ “Baby” became to first video to reach 500 million views on March 28, 2011.[131][132]
  • ^ “Bad Romance” became the first video to reach 200 million views on May 9, 2010.[134][135]
  • ^ “Music is My Hot Hot Sex” became the first video to reach 100 million views on March 11, 2008.[144] The uploader then deleted the video four days later, and “Evolution of Dance” regained its title as the most-viewed video.[145]
  • ^ “Evolution of Dance” became the first video to reach 20 million views on June 5, 2006;[144] first video to reach 50 million views on June 7, 2007.[144] It is the only video on this list to hold the No. 1 spot on more than one occasion.
  • ^ “Pokemon Theme Music Video” became the first video to reach 10 million views on May 6, 2006.[149] It was removed from YouTube in June 2007 for copyright infringement.[150]
  • ^ “Phony Photo Booth” became the first video to reach 5 million views on February 8, 2006.[149] It was removed from YouTube on February 18, 2006 for copyright infringement.
  • ^ “Ronaldinho: Touch of Gold” became the first video to reach 500,000 views on November 3, 2005;[160][149] first video to reach 2 million views on December 12, 2005.[149]
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