"Despacito" Just Made YouTube History, Passing Four Billion Views
Latinos are dominating the world…DE-SPA-CITO…
I’m pretty certain EVERYONE at this point has heard the Luis Fonsi/Daddy Yankee mega hit “Despacito.” Well, it just became the first YouTube video to pass four billion views.
That’s right…FOUR BILLION VIEWS.
And it's notable to note that this is NOT the Justin Bieber version .
According to Google, the video surpassed the four billion sign on October 10 at 10 p.m. EST.
Seriously, though…a TON of people watch this video everyday. The video averages a total of 14 million daily views, sometimes reaching as much as 25 million views on a single day…which is friggin’ insane.
“Despacito” has also left totality other YouTube videos in the dust. The video has nearly 851 million views more than the moment highest-viewed video: “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa.
“See You Again” is currently at 3,155,130,551 views. “Despacito” dominates the “Billion View Club” that includes prominent artists like Justin Bieber, Adele, Ed Sheeran, and others.
Also, the video set a preceding record, fitting the first YouTube video to reach three billion views in just 203 days.
So, yeah. With Latinos dominating the entertainment world, how approximately we fetch some more representation out there.