5. ‘Uptown funk’ by Mark Ronson
This song also featured the talented singer Bruno Mars. A funk song with an addictive groove to it, Uptown Funk has early 2.6 billion views. Released in November 2014, the song won three Grammy awards. It hit a record 2.34 million listens in a week in the UK when it was released in January.
4. ‘Sorry’ by Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber was famous for his song “Baby” back in 2010. But Justin’s “SORRY” moved to the top thisyear. The song was released in 2015 and has been watched around 2.7 billion times. while “Baby”, the track that is to thank for Bieber’s fame, languishes with less than 1.7 billion views.
3. ‘Gangnam Style’ by Psy
This song got viral back in 2012 in no time. The South Korean K-pop single was the first YouTube video to reach one billion views. Gangnam Style is on 2.9 billion watches on Youtube and still counting.
2. ‘See you again’ by Wiz Khalifa
“See you again” featuring Charlie Puth outstripped “Gangnam Style” to become the most watched video in July 2017. But it only held the top spot for a few weeks before it was also overtaken. The song, which was commissioned for the soundtrack to Furious 7, has racked up nearly 3 billion views since it was posted in April 2015.
1. ‘Despacito’ by Luis Fonsi
“Despacito” by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee has rocketed past the competition since its release at the beginning of 2017 to become the most watched YouTube video of all time. This song has been viewed 3 billion times.