World’s most popular songs (YouTube List)

Here we are going to check the World’s most listened to songs as per the Youtube list.


1. Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee – 7.7 billion views
The big boy. Despite a version with Justin Bieber later appearing, the original version of Despacito by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee remains the highest-viewed music video on Youtube, of all time.

2. Ed Sheeran – Shape of You – 5.6 billion views
An artist who appears twice in this list, Ed Sheeran has swept the world since emerging with his debut EP in 2011. His biggest hit remains Shape of You, released in 2017. To date, it’s scored over five billion views.


3. Wiz Khalifa – See You Again ft. Charlie Puth – 5.4 billion views
Rapper and marijuana activist Wiz Khalifa is one of the most listened to artists in the world – it’s no surprise that he appears in this list with the chart-busting See You Again.


4. Mark Ronson – Uptown Funk ft. Bruno Mars – 4.4 billion views
Taking a step down to – gasp – only 4.2 billion views, Uptown Funk sits pretty. The lead single from Mark Ronson’s fourth album Uptown Special enlisted Bruno Mars for a piece of funk the world will never forget.


5. PSY – Gangnam Style – 4.3 billion views
A straight-up viral hit that broke international, linguistic, and cultural banners, Gangnam Style from PSY was instantly one of the most popular songs in the world when it hit the internet in 2012.

6. El Chombo – Dame Tu Cosita feat. Cutty Ranks – 3.8 billion views

7. Maroon 5 – Sugar – 3.6 billion views
Maroon 5 have a score of over three billion views on Youtube by the end of 2021. Making it one of the most popular songs ever dropped on the platform.

8. Justin Bieber – Sorry – 3.5 billion views
Well, he didn’t make it in for his version of Despacito, but at just over 3.3 billion views, Sorry from teen pop sensation Justin Bieber is still one of the most popular songs in the world.

9. Katy Perry – Roar – 3.5 billion views
Katy Perry’s   2013 hit Roar is bigger than anything else she’s released – Teenage Dream, California Girls, and yes, even Last Friday Night.

10. OneRepublic – Counting Stars – 3.4 billion views

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