What are the Top 10 Most Viewed YouTube Videos Worldwide of All Time? The video Baby Shark has received the most views on YouTube. In November 2022, the children’s song surpassed the all-Spanish version of Despacito.
Psy — Gangnam Style (4.10 billion views)
Psy’s Gangnam Style was a massive smash, becoming the first YouTube video to be seen more than a billion times. Furthermore, it achieved that target in less than six months — from July to December 2012 — which was an incredible feat for its time. It went on to become the first video to hit 2 billion views in May 2014, and it wasn’t surpassed until 2015.
Given that more than 100 YouTube videos have a billion or more views, Gangnam Style remains one of the most viewed videos of all time. It outperforms much younger competitors to maintain its top-10 ranking nine years after its stunning launch.
Miroshka TV — Learning Colors Multi-Colored Eggs on the Farm (4.19 billion views)
When you think about it, it’s not surprising that educational videos are among the most viewed content on YouTube. If kids are going to be staring at screens for a significant portion of the day, it makes sense that the programming of choice among parents would be free to access and, even better, educational. Learning Colors Multi-Colored Eggs on the Farm by Miroshka TV is no exception. It’s a children’s instructional film that has had over 4 billion views in the three years after it was initially released.
It’s a five-minute film that teaches young children about various colors via the use of (roughly) animated eggs on a farm. The movie is narrated in Russian and teaches children the names of various colors in Russian. The soundtrack (which is Old MacDonald Had a Farm in English) and any subtitles that appear are the only elements of the video that aren’t in Russian (if you have them turned on). The film moves slowly, and some sequences are a little lengthy, but the amusing, ridiculous moments will appeal to younger viewers.
Cocomelon Nursery Rhymes — Bath Song (4.21 billion views)
Educational films for children are gradually taking over the top ten most watched YouTube videos of all time. In fact, Cocomelon’s Bath Song has risen to No. 8 on our list, relegating Gangnam Style to No. 10– which is strange when you think about it. It’s a short, less than three-minute song about bath time with a chorus reminiscent of the Baby Shark Dance. Nonetheless, it managed to unseat a globally acclaimed performer off this list.
Mark Ronson — Uptown Funk featuring Bruno Mars (4.21 billion views)
Despite the fact that it is older than the top three videos on our list, Uptown Funk continues to attract new views and is a possible chart-topping threat. Ronson’s video debuted on YouTube in November 2014 and quickly became one of the most popular and well-liked videos of all time.
Its ability to outperform its peers is perhaps just as astonishing as its view count. Other famous artists’ huge 2014 successes, such as Katy Perry’s, garnered billions of views on their large music videos. Despite these accomplishments, Uptown Funk continues to outperform them.
Masha and the Bear — Recipe for Disaster (4.44 billion views)
Recipe for Disaster is one of several episodes from Masha and the Bear, a Russian CGI-animated TV program for children. It’s the only video on our list that isn’t a song (or substantially incorporates one), and it’s one of just four that isn’t fully in English. Outside of its native nation, the program is very popular, with several episodes receiving millions of views on YouTube. It’s also available on Netflix in the form of a series of episodes.
The Recipe for Disaster episode is of special significance owing to its massive number of views. It joins an exclusive group of just eleven videos that have surpassed 4 billion views.
Get Movies, the station that aired Recipe for Disaster, attracted a large number of viewers based just on this one episode.
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Wiz Khalifa — See You Again featuring Charlie Puth (5.15 billion views)
See You Again by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth is the first video on our list to include a movie tie-in — Furious 7 — to help in its marketing. It has received over 5 billion views since its release in April 2015 and serves as a memorial to Paul Walker, the former star of The Fast and the Furious franchise, who died in 2013.
Between July 10 and August 4, 2017, the video surpassed Gangnam Style as the most watched video on YouTube. That rule was short-lived, as Despacito quickly overtook it. It was also the video with the most views from August 26, 2016 and July 25, 2017.
See You Again became the second video to surpass 2 billion views and is one of just 10 videos that have received over 4 billion views.
Ed Sheeran — Shape of You (5.36 billion views)
Whether you watched it or not, Shape of You is one of the most viewed videos of all time. It is the third-fastest video to gain a billion views, as well as the second-fastest to reach 2 billion and 3 billion views.
Shape of You, which premiered in January 2017, received all of its view count prizes in less than two years.
LooLoo Kids — Johny Johny Yes Papa (5.50 billion views)
Johny Johny is another video for kids that made it into the top ten most watched YouTube videos. Papa, yes. It’s a little animated music video about a naughty baby and his Papa. It’s a simple song about a newborn attempting to consume sugar (actual sugar cubes) against his Papa’s clear disapproval. Is the sugar given to the child? You’ll have to wait and see. The song itself isn’t very irritating – it’s almost too basic and brief to be a bother. That’s a good thing, given that it’s been viewed/heard over 5 billion times.
Luis Fonsi — Despacito with Daddy Yankee (7.42 billion views)
Despacito, which features Puerto Rican musicians Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, debuted on YouTube in January 2017 and amassed over a billion views in only 97 days – the second-fastest run ever. The video went on to become the quickest to reach 2 billion views, as well as the first to surpass 4 billion, 5 billion, 6 billion, and now 7 billion views.
Pinkfong — Baby Shark Dance, (8.86 billion views)
Sometimes a song gets well-known simply because it is an earworm. It occurred with Barney back in the day, so it’s no surprise that it happened again with an immensely popular kid’s song about a shark family.
Baby Shark Dance is a simple song created by Korean pop label Pinkfong. It contains sharks, repetition, and a lot of existential dread – that’s all there is to it. This song, on the other hand, climbed to become the number one video on this list and has spawned innumerable variants available on YouTube.
Let’s be honest: the popularity of Baby Shark Dance isn’t all that shocking. If pulling up Baby Shark and playing it 12 times in a row is the only way to quiet your kid, any parent with internet access will do just that. Baby Shark’s reign as the most watched video is likely to continue.
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