Youtube’s 10 most popular music videos ever.

“Major Lazer – Lean On”

Views: 2.14 billion
The sets, background choreography, and cinematography here are all beautiful. But the true highlight? When singer-songwriter-slash-person-who-stands-on-fancy-chairs MØ bumps her noggin. D’oh!

“Katy Perry – Roar (Official)”

Views: 2.20 billion
“Roar” deserves major style points — it boasts lush colors; tells a quick story with a clear beginning, middle, and end; and incorporates deliciously cheesy special effects. Its one flaw: Katy reveals near the end that she’s had access to a phone the whole time. Makes you think.

“Maroon 5 – Sugar”

Views: 2.23 billion
Adam Levine and his henchmen (kinda) terrorize as many weddings in LA as they can. Because this is a band that insists on making us all say the same thing as the woman at 3:20.

“Enrique Iglesias – Bailando (Español) ft. Descemer Bueno, Gente De Zona”

Views: 2.29 billion
“Bailando” is great because it offers a few choice lessons: If you buy pants with a normal crotch, you won’t have to run weird. If you buy a lot of hats, you won’t have to wear the same one in every shot. And if you buy a soccer ball dance-off, you won’t have to make people sit through something that was otherwise forgettable.

“Taylor Swift – Shake It Off”

Views: 2.31 billion
Man, this goes down as smooth as a Gap ad.

“Wiz Khalifa – See You Again ft. Charlie Puth [Official Video] Furious 7 Soundtrack”

Views: 3.01 billion
This Paul Walker tribute, which briefly held the top spot, features an appropriate number of cars, nostalgic Brian O’Conner snippets, and shots of Drake Bell and Andy Samberg’s long-lost love child playing piano outdoors. It is touching as hell. Have the tissue box handy, and consider dropping everything you have planned today so you can rewatch Brick Mansions and the entire Fast franchise as a proper show of respect. If you aren’t choking up by the time Charlie Puth sings, “Let the light guide your way,” while Paul, laughing and holding a beer, flashes across the screen, you are Miranda Priestly. You do not deserve this.

“Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee”

Views: 3.10 billion
Upon its January arrival, Fonsi’s dance-inducing song quickly began breaking Vevo records, with Billboard pointing to the increasing popularity of streaming, especially in Latin America, as a major eyeball driver. It was simply bound to be king. In less than seven months, “Despacito” did what that old viral titan “Gangnam Style” still hasn’t: It broke the 3 billion mark — showing off chill waves, colorful buildings, and the insane fact that Daddy Yankee stopped aging after “Gasolina” to boot.