Most Liked Video On Youtube
In this article, we provide the list of most liked youtube videos with the most likes all the time. The like counting is taken directly from the page of the video itself. YouTube is implemented a Like & Dislike on these pages which served the replacement of their rating system i.e. five stars.
Despacito by Luis Fonis featuring Daddy Yankee is at the top with 31.46 million likes for non-music videos, however, this breaks beyond 5 million likes which is not an easy feat.
Here is the list of Most liked videos on youtube:
10. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars (13,435,342 likes)
The music video for Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” debuted on YouTube in November of 2014 and it’s still going strong as it’s garnered over 13 million likes and over 3 billion views. Billion
It’s catchy, upbeat, has funny lyrics with a bit of bravado, and it’s just retro enough to appeal to younger and older generations.
9. Senorita – Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello (13,445,495 likes)
Over 13 million likes, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s “Señorita” was able to do so infraction of that time. The music video has only been out for a little over 5 months and it’s already number 9 on this list. The video’s meteoric rise in popularity probably had something to do with its steamy dance sequences and palpable chemistry between its two romantic and musical leads.
And even if Cabello and Mendes weren’t dating, timing is everything and the song was released right in the middle of 2019’s Hot Girl Summer — a perfect match that resulted in over 13 million likes.
8. Alone – Marshmello (13,920,049 likes)
Marshmello’s video for “Alone” has over a billion views and nearly 14 million likes since it was published on YouTube in 2016. The video actually depicts a lonely teen who doesn’t quite fit with his peers at school but is finally able to connect with them through the creation of his own music.
The video has a bit of an after-school special vibe, but it’s actually nice to see the main character become accepted by his schoolmates.
7. Hello – Adele (14,859,301 likes)
Like all of Adele’s songs, “Hello” is nostalgic beautiful. And the music video that accompanies it does a marvelous job of capturing that beauty. It is a really sad music video and you’ve collectively subjected yourselves to that Brownish-toned sadness over two billion times.“Hello” is a perfect breakup song, but it’s a bit depressing to think that that many of you have dealt with this kind of loss.
The fact that the video has garnered over two billion views and almost 15 million likes probably speak to the song’s universality, how its depiction of regret and the loss of a meaningful relationship is something most people can relate to.
6. Girls Like You – Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B (15,059,364 likes)
Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You” music video has got so many likes: It’s a catchy song that not only features one of today’s most popular rappers (Cardi B) but the video also includes at least 25jewel from various notable women such as Jennifer Lopez, Lilly Singh, Mary J. Blige.
5. Gangnam Style – Psy (16,553,525 likes)
The fantastic, marvelous, joyful, bassy song i.e. Gangnam style Admit it: You did the dance. You may not have done it while clear-headed, but you did it.
No one. We like to think that every single one of these 16 million likes is an admission of guilt.
4. Faded – Alan Walker (17,683,454 likes)
“Faded” is a song by DJ and record producer Alan Walker. The video for “Faded” was released on YouTube nearly four years ago in 2015.
Since its release, “Faded” has received over two billion views on YouTube and over 17 million likes. The singers in this song are by Norwegian singer Iselin Solheim.
3. shape of You – Ed Sheeran (21,164,349 likes)
2. See You Again – Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth (25,619,303 likes)
“See You Again” made its music video debut in the spring of 2015. The song itself was written for the soundtrack of the seventh installment of The Fast and the Furious movie franchise.
It was also intended to be a tribute to the much-loved Fast and the Furious cast member, actor Paul Walker. Walker had passed away in 2013 and the seventh installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise (called “Furious 7”) was his last appearance in a film. In addition to receiving over 25 million likes.
1. Despacito – Luis Fonsi feat. Daddy Yankee (35,232,789 likes)
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