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  • Andrew Huang (musician)


    Andrew Huang (born 8 April 1984) is a Canadian musician, video producer, and YouTube personality. He is best known for his "Song Challenge" video series, which invites viewers to dare him in feats of musicianship, as well as for several viral videos featuring his music. He is also known for his videos where he creates music using sounds from unconventional objects and instruments. Huang has released more than 50 albums of original music through DFTBA Records and independently, under his own name as well as under various pseudonyms. , his YouTube videos have more than 198 million views with more than 1.54 million subscribers.

  • List of viral music videos


    This is a partial list of viral music videos, that gained rapid attention on the Internet. Like Internet memes, viewership of such videos tend to grow rapidly and become more widespread because the instant communication facilitates word of mouth. This list documents music videos known to have become viral; other viral videos can be found at list of viral videos with additional videos that have become Internet phenomena for other categories can be found at list of Internet phenomena. 1. Major music videos --------------------- Psy's "Gangnam Style" video was the most-watched video on YouTube from November 2012 to July 2017. These videos are official music videos from various artists that have over 500 million views and gained viral popularity after their release. "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" - A Brazilian song made popular by the Brazilian singer Michel Teló during the height of the Música sertaneja craze. The international success of the main release of the song made the song go viral. The song peaked at number 81 on the Billboard Hot 100. The music video currently has over 830 million views. "Axel F" - A remix of the Beverly Hills Cop theme by Crazy Frog. The song peaked at number 1 in the UK Charts in 2005, as well in many other European countries. The song blew up internationally in recent years. Currently, Its music video has over 1.4 billion views on YouTube. "Bad and Boujee" – A song by rap group Migos. The song became a meme when people made edits on the line "Raindrop, droptop". The video has over 745 million views. Takeoff's response to being left off the track spawned various memes due to interviewers not being able to hear him. "Baby Shark Dance" — A viral kids music video made by South Korean education brand Pinkfong. The video went viral due to its catchy and repetitive lyrics. The video is also the 4th most popular non music video with over 1.8 billion views. "Bad Blood" – A song and video by Taylor Swift released on May 17, 2015; the video features cameos by many of Swift's celebrity friends. The video gained over 20.1 million views in its first 24 hours, breaking the 24-Hour Vevo Record previously held by "Anaconda" by Nicki Minaj. This record has since been broken by Adele's "Hello". As of October 2018, the video has been viewed over 1.2 billion times on YouTube. "Despacito" - The official video for "Despacito" on YouTube received its one billionth view on April 20, 2017 after 97 days, becoming the second-fastest video on the site to reach the milestone behind Adele's "Hello". By August 2017, the song was the most viewed YouTube video with 2.9 billion views. Despacito is also the first and fastest video to hit 3, 4 and 5 billion views. The song soared into the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 following a Justin Bieber remix. The song also peaked at number 1 for 16 weeks, tying Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men's"One Sweet Day". It is currently the most viewed and liked YouTube video, with over 5.6 billion views and 30 million likes as of October 2018. "Gangnam Style" – A song and music video by South Korean rapper Psy, showing him doing an "invisible horse dance" and saying the catchphrase "Oppan Gangnam Style" across a number of odd locations, leading to its viral spread as well as the single's reaching international music charts. On YouTube, The video was the first to reach 1 and 2 billion views, and on November 24, 2012 became the most watched video, surpassing Justin Bieber's "Baby" until it was surpassed by Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again" on July 10, 2017. As of October 2018, the video has been viewed over 3.2 billion times on YouTube. "God's Plan" — A viral song made by Canadian rapper Drake. The lyrics as well as some as the good deeds Drake did throughout the music video allowed for it to go viral and become a meme. The song peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and has accumulated over 690 million views on YouTube. "Gucci Gang" – A song and music video by American rapper Lil Pump. The song's repetitive hook which repeats the title of the song 53 times lead the song to become an Internet meme with various people making edits of the song. The song also peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, and as accumulated over 840 million views. "Havana" — A song by Camila Cabello named after the city of where she was born. The song is the first song by a female artist since 1996 to top 3 different charts on Billboard. The song has also been remixed in various ways, such as covers by Donald Trump and a toy chicken. The song also peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The official video has over 690 million views on YouTube, while its audio version has over 1.3 billion views as of October 2018. "Hello" – Adele's song released in October 2015 was a major digital commercial success being the first song to sell 1 million units within a week of its release. Its video, which primarily features Adele's singing her song through a telephone conversation, led to numerous mashups with other songs, including Lionel Richie's song of the same name which had a similar theme to its video. Further, as of February 2018, the video holds the record for the fastest time to reach one billion views on YouTube, reaching this within 88 days of its release. As of October 2018, the video has over 2.4 billion views on YouTube. "Hot Nigga" – A song by American rapper Bobby Shmurda. The song became popular among Vine users in 2014 and lead to the Shmoney dance meme which has been performed by both Beyoncé and NFL receiver Brandon Gibson. The line "About a week ago!" was also heavlily featured in the vines. As of December 2018 the video has 500 million views. "Hotline Bling" – A song and video by Drake released in October 2015; the video primarily consists of Drake dancing with female performers against brightly-lit backgrounds. Drake's dance style was considered "goofy" and like that "of a total fool", leading to Internet users either resampling the video against other songs they felt more fitting, or themselves recreating the dance. As of October 2018, the video has over 1.4 billion views on YouTube . "Look What You Made Me Do" – A song and video by Taylor Swift released on Aug 27, 2017. The song's music video broke the record for most-watched music video within 24 hours by achieving 43.2 million views on YouTube in its first day, topping the 27.7 million views Adele's "Hello" attracted in that timeframe, making it the third most viewed online video in the first 24 hours. It is also the fastest video to reach 200, 300 and 400 million views and the second fastest to reach 100, 500 and 600 million. As of October 2018, the video has over 970 million views on YouTube. "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" - A song and video released by Beyoncé in October 2008. The music video, filmed in black and white, features Beyoncé and two backup dancers wearing a black leotard performing the choreography that would lead to the video's popularity. The video is credited with starting the "first major dance craze of both the new millennium and the Internet". Many celebrities have parodied and paid homage to the song and the video including former President Barack Obama, Tom Hanks, Joe Jonas, Kourtney Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, and Kim Kardashian, and Chris Colfer and Heather Morris included the dance routine as part of Glee Live! In Concert!. As of October 2018, the video has over 660 million views on YouTube. "See You Again" – The official soundtrack of Furious 7 sung by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth . The song was a tribute to Paul Walker , as he died during the making of Furious 7 . The song became very popular, getting to 1 billion views in only 181 days. The song was also briefly the most viewed YouTube video , until it was surpassed by Despacito 24 days later. As of October 2018, the song has over 3.8 billion views, making it currently the third most viewed YouTube video. "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" – A song and associated video by the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis prepared for their television show. The song's verses note the noises other animals make, but in the chorus, ask what noise a fox makes, at which point the song offers nonsense phrases like "gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding!" and "fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!", while the video takes a similarly funny turn. The video saw over 43 million hits within a few weeks of its release, topping music charts, and leading to Ylvis being signed for more music by Warner Bros. Records. As of October 2018, the video has over 780 million views on YouTube. "The Gummy Bear Song" – A dance song by Gummibär. The song has become a viral sensation and was the first song by an independent artist to gain 1 billion views. As of October 2018, the video has over 1.5 billion views on YouTube. "Turn Down For What" – A song and video by record producer DJ Snake and rapper Lil Jon which gained viral popularity due to its bass drop after Lil Jon yells "Turn Down For What!". As of October 2018, the video has over 790 million views on YouTube. "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" - viral video by Silentó with own set of unique moves imitated by other fans. The song peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. As of October 2018, the song has accumulated over 1.5 billion views.

  • Rumblefish Inc.


    Rumblefish Inc. is a music licensing company specializing in all forms of synchronization licensing with a focus on 'micro-licensing' and online network monetization such as with YouTube's Content ID. It covers over 1.8 million pieces of music and it licenses over 20,000 soundtracks on more than nine million social videos.

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