|1.||“Baby Shark Dance“||Pinkfong Baby Shark – Kids’ Songs & Stories|
|3.||“Johny Johny Yes Papa”||LooLoo Kids|
|4.||“Shape of You”||Ed Sheeran|
Good luck finding someone who escaped the past decade without hearing this song. (If you did, we salute you.) Those who have kids, and even those who don’t, know Baby Shark.most popular video Do do, do-do-do-do. The version of the song that most of us know is the work of Pinkfong, a part of a South Korean entertainment company by the name of SmartStudy. It surpassed “Despacito” in 2020 to claim the most-viewed video title, four years after it originally came out. On 13 January 2022, it became the first YouTube video to pass 10 billion views, and doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. So, get used to it. Do do, do-do-do-do.
Being popular is about the only thing the most-viewed YouTube videos have in common with their top-performing predecessors. Even though YouTube videos like Charlie Bit My Finger owent viral during the first few years of YouTube’s content, they probably wouldn’t be among the kinds of videos that go viral now.
In fact, children’s programming and music videos are now among the most-viewed content on YouTube. Music videos, in particular, have enjoyed great success on the streaming site and, until recently, had been the majority of the most-viewed videos in YouTube’s history. Music videos still account for a substantial portion of the top 10 most-viewed videos, however. If these view counts are anything to go b could be considered a leading platform for music videos and kid-friendly content rather than just the meme-worthy viral videos the site was known for in its early days.
What is the most-viewed YouTube video of all time?
Baby Shark Dance is the most-viewed video ever on YouTube. The children’s song overtook the all-Spanish version of Despacito in November 2020.
What are the top 10 most-viewed YouTube videos?
- Pinkfong — Baby Shark Dance (11.04 billion views)
- Luis Fonsi — Despacito featuring Daddy Yankee (7.93 billion views)
- LooLoo Kids — Johny Johny Yes Papa (6.40 billion views)
- Ed Sheeran — Shape of You (5.77 billion views)
- Wiz Khalifa — See You Again featuring Charlie Puth (5.59 billion views)
- Cocomelon Nursery Rhymes — Bath Song (5.54 billion views)
- ChuChu TV — Phonics Song with Two Words (4.76 billion views)
- Mark Ronson — Uptown Funk featuring Bruno Mars (4.64 billion views)
- Miroshka TV — Learning Colors Multi-Colored Eggs on the Farm (4.60 billion views)
- Masha and the Bear — Recipe for Disaster (4.50 billion views
- Recipe for Disaster is one of many episodes from the Russian CGI-animated TV show for kids masha and the bar. It’s the only video on this list that isn’t a song (or features one song heavily) and only one of three that isn’t entirely in English. The show is widely popular outside its home country, and many episodes have huge view counts on YouTube. It’s also on Netflix in a collective episode format.
The Recipe for Disaster episode is of particular interest due to its astronomical view count.
Get Movies, the channel that uploaded Recipe for Disaster, earned loads of viewers just from this one specific episode.
- Educational videos being among the most-viewed content on YouTube isn’t surprising if you think of it like this: If kids are going to be staring at screens for a decent portion of the day, it makes sense that the programming of choice among parents would be free to access and, better yet, educational. Miroshka TV’s Learning Colors Multi-Colored Eggs on the Farm is no exception. It’s an educational video for kids that has already racked up over 4 billion views in the four years since it was first uploadedIt’s a fun, five-minute video that teaches young children about different colors via (crudely) animated eggs on a farm. The video itself is narrated in Russian and teaches kids the names of different colors in Russian. The only parts of the video that aren’t in Russian are the music (which is Old MacDonald Had a Farm in English) and any subtitles that appear (if you have them turned on). The video has a slow pace — some scenes are a bit long — but the funny, silly moments will appeal to younger audiences.
- Even though it’s older than the top three videos on this list, Uptown Funk continues to gather new viewers to remain a potential chart-topping threat. Ronson’s video made its YouTube debut in November 2014 and swiftly became one of the most popular and well-liked videos ever.
Arguably just as impressive as its view count is that it beat such stiff competition from its contemporaries. .most popular video Big music videos from other major artists, like Katy Perry, saw their big 2014 hits achieve billions of views. Uptown Funk still manages to eclipse those achievements.