Vevo, the world’s largest music video network, today released the second part of its annual music video audience retrospective, highlighting the year’s most popular music videos around the world and at United States.
The Weekend dedicates an epic year
The song Save Your Tears of The Weeknd comes top of the list, both in the world and the United States, with 615 million views worldwide and 102.9 million page views in the US. The huge success of The Weeknd’s Superbowl performance, a flurry of Billboard Music Awards, Juno Awards and BRIT Awards, among others, bolstered the track’s popularity, marking an epic year for the rapper.
“ Every year, we really look forward to releasing our 2021 most viewed videos. As a global music video destination for artists of all genres and all stages of their careers, it’s really exciting to see which videos have resonated globally this year and made an impact with our audience, ” said JP Evangelista, SVP of Content, Programming and Marketing, Vevo.
The Weeknd has had an exceptional year, topping our global and US charts with Save Your Tears. The must-watch video is a perfect example of Abel’s creativity, pushing the boundaries and creating something truly revolutionary for his fans.
“ From established names like Lil Baby and Karol G to new generation stars like Lil Nas X and Olivia Rodrigo, we’ve seen artists push the boundaries of creativity and storytelling, and our viewers have consumed them across a whole series. screens on our network.
“Additionally, Vevo had the opportunity to work closely with a number of these top artists for our originals, creating additional high-quality visual content that has been enjoyed and viewed in large numbers throughout. the year. “
The Vevo ranking of the most viewed videos in the US is filled with newcomers including Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo, Polo G and Coi Leray with Lil Durk.
With 556 million views, EL MAKINON by Karol G and Mariah Angeliq, two powerful Latin singers, ranks second in the list of the ten best global videos of Vevo.
Girl Like Me , of the Black Eyed Peas and Shakira, is in third place with 519 million views, and Justin Bieber’s Peaches , along with Daniel Caesar and Giveon, is in fourth place with 442 million views. With 402 million views. Following them, the song MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) by Lil Nas X is ranked fifth.