Check out the Most Viewed Music Videos of 2016 | #iRockParties

Vevo has released the music video charts for 2016 and it’s been a huge year for Justin Bieber, whose “Sorry” tops the list with 1.8 billion views. Bieber, who was recently nominated for a grammy, has three entries on the worldwide top ten, with “What Do You Mean?” and “Love Yourself” also charting at fifth and sixth place respectively. The second highest viewed video was Adele’s “Hello,” while Calvin Harris, Fifth Harmony, Drake, Rihanna and Mark Ronson trailing not too far behind. See the full list below:

Justin Bieber – “Sorry (PURPOSE : The Movement)” – 1,824,823,909
Adele – “Hello” – 1,255,754,358
Fifth Harmony – “Work from Home” – 1,173,014,751
Calvin Harris – “This Is What You Came For (Official Video)” – 1,008,115,358
Justin Bieber – “What Do You Mean?” – 1,002,151,667
Justin Bieber – “Love Yourself (PURPOSE : The Movement)” – 966,846,883
Drake – “Hotline Bling” – 899,014,469
Mark Ronson – “Uptown Funk” – 825,589,463
Rihanna – “Work (Explicit)” – 800,984,121
The Chainsmokers – “Closer (Lyric)” – 776,806,154

Write-up / Story Via: HypeBeast