‘Despacito’ Breaks YouTube Record, Tops 3 Billion Views

Summer smash! Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s strike “Despacito” is now a most-viewed video on YouTube ever and a initial to strike 3 billion views. The record-breaking video facilities a soundtrack for a duo’s strange song, rather than a chart-smashing remix with Justin Bieber that was after released.

Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth formerly hold a respect with their 2015 strain “See You Again,” that was featured on a Furious 7 soundtrack.

The audio for a song’s renouned remix featuring Bieber has been noticed on YouTube some-more than 475 million times. Despite a song’s heated popularity, a thespian has nonetheless to learn all of a difference to a Reggaeton remix. During a Jun unison in Stockholm, Bieber declined to sing a strain after fans begged to hear it. “I can’t do ‘Despacito,’” he explained to a throng during a time. “I don’t even know it.” The acknowledgment promoted a fan to chuck a H2O bottle during him, narrowly blank his head.

Weeks earlier, a “Sorry” thespian butchered a difference to a strain during a night out during NYC’s 1 Oak nightclub, singing: “I don’t know a words, so we contend poquito/ we don’t know a words, so we contend Dorito.”

Fonsi, however, has come to Bieber’s invulnerability over a flubbed lyrics. “That carol is not easy to sing, even for smooth Spanish singers like myself,” Fonsi explained to Rolling Stone in June. “It’s got a lot of lyrics, it’s kind of tongue-twisty … I’ve finished songs in other languages. we know how tough it is.”

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