Baby Shark Becomes First YouTube Video To Cross 10 Billion Views

It got one more when I was writing this.

Baby Shark 10 billion Views YouTube
A screenshot of Baby Shark. Image: Pinkfong

Baby Shark Dance is officially the first YouTube video with over 10 billion views. It has also mustered over 32 million likes since it was first uploaded in 2016.

This outlandishly popular children’s rhyme was uploaded by Pinkfong on YouTube. It’s a kid’s songs and stories channel which has other popular uploads too. However, Baby Shark is an absolutely irreplaceable craze.

The second most-watched YouTube video is Despacito, another viral song with over 7 billion views. However, it is closely followed by Johny Johny Yes Papa with a little over 6 million views.

If you like Baby Shark, you can also watch the Baby Shark show on Nick Jr. It doesn’t end there. There’s also a movie titled Baby Shark’s Space Adventure that you can watch on Netflix here.

Want more? If you’re going with the NFT craze, you’re in luck again. It comes as no surprise that there are Baby Shark NFT’s out there as well. And if you want something more cuddly, you can check out the entire range of the Shark family toys on Firstcry.

On a personal note, I know people who had this as a ringtone. I’ve seen this ring in the middle of a media ethics lecture, a mock UN meeting, and more places where it left an impression. So if something were to cross the 10 billion mark, it had to be Baby Shark, backed by all ages alike.

In other stories, Minecraft recently became the most popular game on YouTube with over a trillion views.

Manik Berry

Manik Berry

With a Master’s degree in journalism, Manik writes about big tech and has a keen eye for political-tech news. In his free time, he’s browsing the Kindle store for new stuff read. Manik also adores his motorcycle and is looking for new routes on weekends. He likes tea and cat memes. You can reach him at [email protected]
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