In some not-so-surprising news, Justin Bieber is neck-and-neck with fellow pop sensation Girl Gaga in approaching one billion all-time YouTube views. Billboard.com reports that Bieber is expected to exceed the one billion views turning point around Nov. 1 if he maintains his present pace, according to David Birch, interactions director at TubeMogul. Throughout the month of September, Bieber's videos were viewed around 3.7 million (yes, you read that figure correctly) times per day. Balancing 1.8 million views daily, Girl Gaga is anticipated to pass one billion views around Oct. 20, and although Gaga will reach the music milestone quicker, TubeMogul reports that Bieber is the hotter of the 2 artists and has been YouTube's most-viewed music artist.
So exactly what, other than Bieber fever, makes Justin Bieber standout on YouTube? Billboard.com reports it is the consistent efficiency of his videos. TubeMogul began “A lot of Viral Videos of the Month” in April as a method to highlight the most-viewed videos in a provided month (consisting of informal videos). The outcomes exposed Bieber to be the one continuous month after month, as the Canadian vocalist had four of the top the videos of the month from April through August. With a massive 345 million views, Bieber's “Infant” is the most-watched video of all time on YouTube, while his songs “Never ever Let You Go” and “Never State Never” rank at # 22 (with 92 million views) and # 28 (with 86 millions views), respectively. Bieber is also at numbers 34 and 40.
Another video that makes sure to be raking in the YouTube views in “U Smile,” Justin Bieber's newest music video. MTV.com reports that Bieber debuted his “U Smile” video on Sept. 30. The video starts in black-and-white (color appears later) as the vocalist is approached by a batch of tween fans wanting to take a photo with him. Bieber agrees and welcomes one of his fortunate female fans out for a date that night. The set slip into an empty cinema and conclude their date with a water combat! Bieber tweeted about the clip, “I took the chance 2 make the video 4 the fans, about a fan, and how we could fall IN LOVE. Love Grows. #LoveGrows.”
MTV.com reports that while Bieber's videos generally flaunt his dance skills-as evidenced in “Baby” and “One Time” clips-Bieber took a more fully grown approach for “U Smile.” Previously this year, Bieber tweeted about the video: “It truly is a throwback to the great records I listened to growing up. I wrote it for all my fans who got me here.” Bieber's “U Smile” video reveals him relishing in something that he likely doesn't get much of-privacy-as well as displays his musical abilities, revealing the talented teen singing the lyrics from behind a grand piano.
Enjoying Justin Bieber's video on YouTube is something, however true fans know that they have to get Justin Bieber tickets to see the vocalist live. Bieber, who recently offered out New York's renowned Madison Square Garden, has tour dates lined up through December.
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