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These Are YouTube's 15 Most Popular Music Videos Ever


You might think viral clips rule YouTube—the "Keyboard Cats" and "Charlie bit my fingers" of the world. Sure, they spread across the web like wildfire, dominating your feeds and hijacking your attention. But earworm-y pop songs? Those hits you end up wanting to wipe from your memory forever? Their visuals are the real Scrooge McDucks of the site, gleefully swimming in millions upon millions upon millions of Vevo views. In fact, Psy's "Gangnam Style," long-reigning king until recently, became so pervasive in 2014 it forced YouTube to rewrite the code for its play counter.

Now the site boasts an expanded metric for chronic popularity and an ever-changing batch of insanely popular music vids, so we're taking a look at the current most-viewed music videos from recording artists. (Meaning, we're excluding songs produced by children's music companies like Pinkfong Kids and Cocomelon—so, sorry to "Baby Shark Dance," which is actually No. 1.) Below, find the reigning 15 vids.

*View counts are estimates from March 2021. Totals and ranks will change, and we will continue to update this post, over time.

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15. Major Lazer – "Lean On"

Views: 3 billion
The sets, background choreography, and cinematography here are all beautiful. All of the artists on the track, Danish singer-songwriter MØ, DJ Snake, and Major Lazer, join Bollywood dancers in immaculate palace-like locales in India. Diplo's dad-like dancing aside, it all looks fit for a major Bollywood feature film, which makes sense given this song's global success. 

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14. Katy Perry – "Dark Horse" (Official) ft. Juicy J

Views: 3.01 billion
In 2013, a Na'vi warrior sneezed on Katy Perry and said, "My bad. But also, next year, you're going to try Hot Cheetos while appropriating the hell out of my world AND Ancient Egypt." A bleak prophecy, but as seen by this music video, an accurate one.

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13. Alan Walker – "Faded"

Views: 3.02 billion
English-Norweigen DJ Alan Walker is a big deal in the EDM world. Well, obviously, considering the the music video for his breakthrough hit, "Faded," is one of the most-watched music videos on YouTube. Despite all of the dance elements, it's a somber song with a bleak video to match, featuring a lost, young renegade moping in abandoned buildings as he searches for home. 

12. Taylor Swift – "Shake It Off"

Views: 3.03 billion
Taylor Swift may never really become a great dancer, no matter what style she tries to get her hand in—and she tries quite a few styles in this video—but she sure can deliver a damn good pop hit. It goes down as smooth as a Gap ad. 

11. El Chombo – "Dame Tu Cosita" feat. Cutty Ranks

Views: 3.21 billion
The recent success of "Dame Tu Cosita" is both mind boggling and inevitable all at once. What do we mean by that? Well, for one, the track from from Panamanian artist El Chombo was originally released in 1997. It got a second life in 2018 when the reggaeton artist dropped an extended version of the song—which called for an all new music video. With only an animation of an alien dancing to the beat (that very well looks like it could've lived on the Internet in its early Y2K days), the minimal, hilarious clip was destined to blow up. It's also basically begging you to spend the afternoon trying to memorize the little green guy's moves.

10. Ed Sheeran – "Thinking Out Loud"

Views: 3.22 billion
Ed Sheeran, the shape-shifting Irishman who's wormed his way to the top of the charts, is a force in the music video department, with two videos on this list. Meaning, he's had almost as many views for two hits as there are human beings on Earth. He's known to make many fans swoon with his soft, romantic hits like this one, and here, he makes them fall even harder by showing off his ballroom dance skills. 

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9. OneRepublic – "Counting Stars"

Views: 3.24 billion
Almost a decade after it arrived, OneRepublic’s hit has still cracked the top 15 of all time, which means the soft rockers will be etched in our public consciousness forever. Like OneRepublic the band, this music video does little to leave an initial impression, yet somehow creeps its way into your brain until you'd be willing to spend your life savings to Eternal Sunshine it out. But apparently few people share this opinion, or at the very least, over 3 billion people disagree with it!

8. Katy Perry – "Roar"

Views: 3.31 billion
"Roar" deserves major style points—it boasts lush colors; tells a quick story with a clear beginning, middle, and end; and incorporates deliciously cheesy special effects. Unfolding like a kitschy '50s adventure film, and even fit with a troupe of live animals, it's peak quirky Katy. 

7. Justin Bieber – "Sorry"

Views: 3.41 billion
Props to the ladies of ReQuest and the Royal Family—these New Zealanders slay. No need for any Bieberflips here. Sometimes the best music videos really are just the ones that call back to classic dance vids. 

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6. Maroon 5 – "Sugar"

Views: 3.42 billion
Maroon 5 sure has drifted a long way from their Songs About Jane days. Now, Adam Levine and co. are the type with gimmicky videos like this one where they (kinda) terrorize as many weddings in LA as they can. Because this is a band that insists on making us all say the same thing as the woman at 3:20.

5. PSY – "GANGNAM STYLE(강남스타일) M/V"

Views: 4.02 billion
This T-Pain-endorsed piece of art is close to impossible to summarize, so instead, here's a quick list of the batshit stuff you'll see Psy do: He sunbathes, more or less, fully clothed. He dances for a bunch of horses. He makes two women walk with him through a garbage tornado. He rests his head on the shoulder of Sauna Man. He makes two people explode. He crashes a yoga class. He rides a carousel. While dancing

Why did this cheesy descent into madness, directed by Cho Soo-hyun, bust YouTube's play counter and reign as the site's most popular video for years? Maybe it has something to do with one of the things listed above. Or maybe it's because, as The Atlantic and countless others have dutifully pointed out over the years, "Gangnam Style" is a carefully crafted satire of South Korea's 1%. The song, and the visuals above, call out the country—specifically, Seoul's posh Gangnam District—for its unhealthy materialism. It's a smart, potent message, one not just applicable to South Korea. The way it's depicted is all mostly insane, and a little bit beautiful.

4. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – "Uptown Funk"

Views: 4.13 billion
The best part of this video is when Mark Ronson walks out of the pawn shop and finds Bruno Mars singing and doing a casual dance with his friends. At first, Ronson is curious, like, Hey, you guys dancing? I like to dance.Actually, I LOVE TO DANCE. Maybe I'll jump in here. But then Bruno Mars says, "Got Chucks on with Saint Laurent / Gotta kiss myself, I'm so pretty," and Ronson, who probably just exchanged his Chucks for that dumb pair of brown dress shoes at the pawn shop, is like, Are you kidding me? It's a quick, subtle crisis, but a good one.

It may not be the most exciting vid, but it’s kind of impossible to make it through this entire thing without tapping your foot or bopping your head. At least once. We recommend chasing this with Alex Boye's send-up, which comes with dancing grannies and a mobility scooter, if you bopped more than once.

3. Wiz Khalifa – "See You Again" ft. Charlie Puth

Views: 5.03 billion
This Paul Walker tribute, which briefly held the top spot, features an appropriate number of cars and nostalgic Brian O'Conner snippets. In other words, it is touching as hell. Have the tissue box handy, and consider dropping everything you have planned today so you can rewatch Brick Mansions and the entire Fast franchise as a proper show of respect. If you aren't choking up by the time Charlie Puth sings, "Let the light guide your way," while Paul, laughing and holding a beer, flashes across the screen, you are Miranda Priestly. You do not deserve this.

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2. Ed Sheeran – "Shape of You"

Views: 5.24 billion
Punch! Punch, punch. Punch! Punch, punch. Punch! Punch, punch. Punch! Punch, punch. Before Ed Sheeran was a Game of Thrones guy, he got to live out every boxer's secret fantasy. That is, he found his soulmate, did a Rocky impression, and got his ass beat by a sumo wrestler. Good video.

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1. Luis Fonsi – "Despacito" ft. Daddy Yankee

Views: 7.27 billion
Upon its January 2017 arrival, Fonsi's dance-inducing song quickly began breaking Vevo records, with Billboard pointing to the increasing popularity of streaming, especially in Latin America, as a major eyeball driver. It was simply bound to be king. In less than seven months, "Despacito" broke the 3 billion mark, a feat that took the old viral titan "Gangnam Style" seemingly forever to accomplish by comparison. In the process, "Despacito" showed off a number of arresting visual wonders that still have the power to make you say, Whoa!, today, including beautiful waves, colorful buildings, and the fact that Daddy Yankee stopped aging after "Gasolina."

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Picture this:  You’ve created an awesome video and embedded your favourite song only to have YouTube throw a copyright notice at you.

As you’ve probably guessed, most major artists and record labels don’t like you using their songs, even for a few seconds.  It’s illegal, to say the least, especially if you are trying to monetize your videos.

Thankfully, there are a bunch of options for royalty free music for YouTube videos that won’t get your video shut down!

In this post we will look at FREE places to get music that don’t require subscription payments or fees.

Where to get 100% royalty free music for your YouTube Videos

Free Music For YouTube

From full instrumental songs to single free sound effects, I’ve found some of the best sites on the web where you can download royalty free music for YouTube videos or other video creations.

How to use music on YouTube

When creating your video, you’ll want to ensure that any music you use has a creative commons license or is specifically listed as royalty free music for YouTube — otherwise known as “copyright free songs”.

Artists can choose to upload and share their music with websites such as the ones below so that other creators can share their work globally.

As long as you have permission to use the music, you can freely use it without worrying about copyright claims.

Where to get free Royalty Free music for videos

YouTube Audio Library

Free Music from YouTube Audio Library

Link: – The most popular and obvious choice would be to use free music from the YouTube official audio library.  Here, you can choose from songs that require no attribution or ones that require an attribution such as a copyright notice and/or artist link in your video’s description. The interface is easy to use and you can sort by music style, genre, length, and more.

Free Music Archive

Free Music for YouTube Videos

Link: – The Free Music Archive is a legal music download library. The site lets you filter royalty free music for your YouTube videos by genre and top charts. You can easily preview music and download songs instantly without needing an account. FMA believes in Creative Commons and music sharing and every song use is determined by the music rights-holders themselves.

No Copyright Music

No Copyright Music YouTube

Link: – This is a YouTube channel that uploads creative commons free music for YouTube videos. They include links to download the tracks in each of the video descriptions. Sources include free music from SoundCloud creators and more.

No Copyright Sounds

No Copyright Music for YouTube

Link: – This YouTube channel operates like the one above and features copyright free music from various creators. The links to download each track is shared in the description of the video. With over 20 Million subscribers, this is a great source for unique tracks for your videos!

Sound Gator

Royalty Free Sound Effects for your YouTube Videos

Link: – If you need free sound effects for YouTube videos, Sound Gator specializes in sound effects. If you need certain noises or sound effects in your videos, this is a great site!  Button sounds, nature sounds, household sounds… you can find a great collection here. You will need a free account to download the files.


Royalty Free Creative Commons Music

Link: – All of the tracks on this site are released under creative commons attribution licenses, meaning you just have to insert text credit to the creator within your video or the video’s description.  You can sort by genre and also have the option of getting a pro license if you need more usage options.


Free Loops and Sounds

Link: – Looperman specializes in free loops, sounds, and samples for your YouTube videos, all uploaded by individual users. You can select from a wide range of different genres and use these loops in your YouTube videos. You’ll need a free account to download


Royalty Free Stock Audio

Link: – Pond5 allows you to search the world’s largest database of stock video, but they also have royalty free music!  Click on the Music category on the main page or search for a specific genre or title.  At the bottom filter options, choose the Public Domain checkbox. Click on the track you want and then add it to your cart (don’t worry, it should be $0!).  You will need to create account to download the track.

Have any other places to get royalty free music for YouTube videos? Let us know!

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YouTube Music

What We Like

  • Tons of content.

  • Includes well-known and up-and-coming artists.

  • Lots of ways to find videos.

  • Updates often with new music videos.

How to Use the YouTube Music Streaming Service

It probably won't surprise you that YouTube Music is a great place to watch the latest free music videos from all your favorite artists and discover up and coming musicians who have made their own music videos for you to enjoy.

You can find free music videos at YouTube by using a keyword to search through them, or by browsing in a genre or mood. You can also view top artists and trending music videos, recommended music and artists, and more.

YouTube Music works from your phone, tablet, or TV.

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  • Provides sorting options.

  • Lets you subscribe to updates.

  • The interface is clean and simple to navigate.

  • Has videos you might not find elsewhere.

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  • Not nearly as much content as similar sites.

Our Review of Vimeo

Vimeo has tens of thousands of music videos to look through. You can make an account and follow the channel for upload notifications.

Otherwise, you can watch music videos on Vimeo for free without a user account. The site is fairly easy to navigate and there are tons of music videos you've probably never seen anywhere else, which provides a fun way to find some new things to watch.

You can view these music videos by date uploaded, alphabetically, popularity, or duration. There's also a license filter and a mature content toggle.

Vimeo is available for computers, smart TVs, and mobile devices.

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  • Unique videos from many sources.

  • Engage with other users.

  • See all the top-rated music videos.

  • An active community updates the page often.

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  • The comment section isn't always kid-friendly.

The /r/MusicVideos area of Reddit is another great place to find music videos online. There are thousands of members here, so you're bound to see some new videos posted often.

What makes Reddit unique for watching music videos is that you'll find videos posted from a variety of websites, so even if you've already used the other music video streaming websites in this list, Reddit is the next best place to see videos from elsewhere.

You can sort submissions by what's hot right now, the newly added ones, and today's or this year's top-rated music videos. /r/Music is another subreddit you might like that sometimes includes videos.

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  • Utilizes unique methods to show top music videos.

  • Videos play in an unobtrusive box.

  • Navigating the website is easy.

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  • Website glitches often.

  • Lots of in-video ads.

Billboard has ranked music for decades, from every kind of genre in addition to the overall top 100 and 200 songs. You can keep up on what is hot and trending. Many songs on each list have a link to the video so you can enjoy the music videos from the artists.

Then you can dig deeper into their Charts section to find even more music videos. They have charts for many music genres and themes, including emerging artists. Billboard also features music festivals, with videos covering them and the performances. They have music news videos as well.

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Yahoo Music

What We Like

  • Includes unique content.

  • No user account required.

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  • Focuses mainly on music news.

  • Not as much content as similar sites.

At Yahoo Music, you can find free music videos as they cover music news. They have videos of performances and live feeds from music festivals and events. They have video interviews with artists and cover reality music shows.

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