Baby Shark is the first YouTube video to cross 10 billion views


“Baby Shark,” which weaseled its means into our houses and ears, has hit a serious milestone.

The YouTube video that includes the kids’s tune lastly amassed 10 billion views, making it the first clip on the platform to achieve this.

Since it handed the record-breaking marker, it garnered another 8.7 million views as of Friday.

” ‘Baby Shark Dance’ turned the first video in historical past to hit 10 billion views on YouTube,” the Pinkfong firm, creator of the video, tweeted, together with a name for followers to share their favourite dance moments.

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The fashionable youngsters track hit the essential milestone this month.
YouTube / Pinkfong Baby Shark

“Ten billion views doo doo doo doo doo doo,” the tweet continued to the tune of the fashionable monitor.

The unique video, posted in 2016, options the singing of then-10-year-old Hope Segoine and was an prompt hit amongst youngsters all over the place.

Three years later, it earned a coveted spot on the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 40, and in 2020, the video was topped as the (*10*) on YouTube.

Last yr, the creators of the tune debuted an animated series with Nickelodeon Animation Studio known as “Baby Shark’s Big Show!” Since its premiere, it has garnered greater than 26 million viewers throughout Nickelodeon’s numerous channels.

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“Baby Shark Dance” is nonetheless the most-viewed video on YouTube, incomes the title in 2020.
YouTube / Pinkfong Baby Shark=

Despite initially being recorded for youths, the catchy monitor expanded its viewers final yr after it appeared in the fashionable Apple TV+ present “Ted Lasso.”

In the collection, one among Lasso’s soccer gamers earns his personal fan chant to the tune: “Jamie Tartt, doo doo doo doo doo doo.”

Pinkfong said it “achieved more views than the entire human population with its video.”

“Baby Shark,” full with its personal dance, is “one of the most notable cultural phenomena generating tremendous amounts of engagement across the world,” in accordance to the father or mother firm.

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