List of 20 Most Liked Videos on YouTube
Though YouTube is a platform for all kinds of videos related content, what actually dominates this social networking streaming service in terms of highest views and likes is the music video category. Well, both, be it the highest number of views on a YouTube video or highest numbers of likes, both achievements belong to the music videos.
Want to know which videos are in the top 20 list of most liked videos on YouTube at present (February 18, 2020)? Below is the list of 20 most liked videos on YouTube. Check out whether the most viewed YouTube also has the most number of likes or not. Also, check which non-music video has been able to be on this list. So, let’s get started.
Top 20 Most Liked YouTube Videos
- “Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish (12 Million likes)
The last in our list of 20 most liked YouTube videos is the new pop superstar, Billie Eilish, giving an amazing hit “Bad Guy”. The video Billie Eilish’s Bad Guy has not only been able to get into the top 20, but it also has five wins at the Grammys. One more achievement of this superstar is that she has taken the number two spot in the most liked Instagram posts.
- “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran (12 MIllion likes)
Ed Sheeran has two of his music videos on this list, which shows how much his talent is loved by fans all over the world. Ed Sheeran’s Perfect is an absolute breeze just like the winters shown in the video. The song becomes such a huge success worldwide that it also became the Christmas number one in the UK in 2017, and also topping the US’s Billboard Hot 100. Without a doubt, the “perfect” song was surely a perfect piece from the singer.
- “DNA” by BTS (12.1 Million likes)
Over the last few years, the craze for K-pop has exploded tremendously. Among the various K-Pop music videos, BTS has been leading at the front. As brands have shown immense trust in them to catch press attention as well, it doesn’t seem surprising to see them on this list more than once. The first entry of BTS is made by their 2017 track “DNA”.
- “Make This Video The Most Liked On Youtube” by MrBeast (12.4m likes)
Well, the title says it all. After being the most-retweeted tweet of all time, YouTuber MrBeast also enters into the race of becoming the most liked videos on YouTube. What makes this video a special mention in this list is that it is the only non-music video in the top 20.
- “Sorry” by Justin Bieber (12.5 Million likes)
Having Justin Bieber’s music videos shouldn’t be a surprise for anyone who must have watched his creations. What would have been surprising is the fact if he would have only one music video on the list. Well, that is absolutely not the case as this signing sensation has made twice in this list. The first video with 12.5 Million likes in “Sorry”. If you haven’t listened to it yet, just do that right away. You may give it a “Like” and bring it closer to the top list.
- “Baby” by Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris (12.8 Million likes)
The next spot also in the top 20 list of most-liked YouTube videos goes to Justin Bieber only. “Baby” is the song and video which brought Bieber to fame globally. Two interesting facts about this video is that this is the oldest on the list (2010), also holding the title for being the most-liked video on YouTube for 120 straight days before the place was taken by LMFAO.
- “Taki Taki” by DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna, and Cardi B (12.8 Million likes)
It was expected that the “Taki Taki” video from 2018 would make it into the top 20 when there were prominent names like Selena Gomez and Cardi B associated with it. Comparing to America, the song was a bigger hit in South America and Europe, taking the number one spot in countries like Spain, Greece, Argentina, and Chile.
- “Mi Gente” by J Balvin and Willy William (13.4 Million likes)
Mi Gente by J Balvin and Willy William is another track that has greater success in Latin America. This French/Colombian collab holds the 13th spot on the list. In the Hot Latin Songs chart, the song reached number two spot and making into the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 at 19th position.
- “Baby Shark Dance” from Pinkfong (13.7 Million likes)
No one would have thought that a song by a kid would become one of the biggest viral hits someday. The “Baby Shark Dance” from Pinkfong not only became a dance craze among worldwide viewers but was also used by Lebanese protestors to sooth a 15 month-old boy. Baby Shark is one of its kind entries on the list.
- “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars (13.8 Million likes)
“Uptown Funk” was everywhere at the end of 2014, and the video was also praised worldwide. No wonder it made it to the list, as it has several awards under its belly, including Best Male Video at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards and Best Pop Video at the UK Music Video Awards.
- “Boy With Luv” by BTS featuring Halsey (13.9 Million likes)
As we said, the BTS boys are back in the list, and this time with American pop star Halsey in tow. Seeing one more K POP making into the list, it is sure that this is surely not going to be the only K-pop in the future to be liked by YouTube viewers worldwide.
- “Señorita” by Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello (14.8 Million likes)
Señorita by Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello has proved that a music video doesn’t need to be a couple of years old to get millions of views. Coming out back in June 2019, this music video was a huge success worldwide, grabbing the number one position on the Billboard Hot 100 in August of the same year. Just two months!!!
- “Alone” by Marshmello (15.1 Million likes)
Like Justin Bieber, Marshmello making into the top 20 list is not a surprise. Being one of the most-subscribed to people on YouTube, not having his song on the list would have been surely shocking. The music producer and DJ’s video was released in July 2016, it gradually ensured its position in the top 10 list, and doesn’t seem to be getting out from it anytime soon.
- “Hello” by Adele (15.2m Million likes)
While at present Adele has only one music video appearing on the list, however, things may change for the singer as her a new album is on the way. 2020 might help her make more entries into the top 20 list of most liked videos.
- “Girls Like You” by Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B (15.9 Million likes)
One more appearance by Cardi B in the list, this time credit goes to the teaming up with Maroon 5. One of the biggest hits of 2018, the video was the winning video at the MTV Video Play Awards, also grabbing the “International Song of the Year” title at the NRJ Music Awards.
- “Gangnam Style” by Psy (17.1 Million likes)
The first video to reach 1 billion views on YouTube is evidence that this 8 years old music videos will surely make into the most liked YouTube videos list too. Leading to a mass of dance recreations and endless radio plays, it was also the most-liked YouTube video for over 1,400 days apart from being first music videos reaching 1 billion views.
- “Faded” by Alan Walker (18.7m likes)
“Faded” from Alan Walker made to Faded” by Alan Walker the top ten in countries all over the world when it released in 2015. This commercial success was evident from the likes it received on YouTube likes, helping the singer’s career shine.
- “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran (22 Million likes)
Sheeran is, here again, this time making right into the top three. Not only this video from 2017 was a megahit worldwide but also one of the fastest to reach 1bn views mark on YouTube. “Shape of You” is the second most-watched video on the entire platform to this day.
- “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth (26.9 Million likes)
“See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie at one point was the most-liked video on YouTube. At present, the video holds the 2nd spot as the most viewed videos on YouTube. The song hit the number one spot in the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
- “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee (36.3 Million likes)
Leading the competition with a huge difference, the video for “Despacito” has been the most-liked YouTube, for more than 900 days. In addition to that, the video song is also the most-viewed video in the history of YouTube with 6.6bn. It is quite hard to predict if this record will be broken anytime soon.
Well, now the suspense has been revealed and you know which YouTube videos have most “likes”, let us know what you have to say about our information. Did we miss any video? Share your views in the comment box.