Elvis still the King on YouTube


YouTube Elvis Stats

August 16, 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s passing. Following are some key stats of Elvis related viewing on YouTube.

Elvis has received over 2.8 billion combined views across YouTube and has averaged over 4.4 million views a day over the past week.

Elvis currently ranks among the top 200 artist of all time on YouTube, and remains more popular than Kanye West, Fall Out Boy, Lana Del Rey, or Whitney Houston.

Last year Elvis saw a view spike of 74% on his birthday and 44% on the anniversary of his passing (relative to his daily average for 2016).

Elvis sees his largest views of the year on Christmas eve, with tracks like “Here Comes Santa Claus” (1.5M views), “Silver Bells” (482K views) and “Can’t Help Falling in Love” (278K views) combining with other classics to yield 7.9 million views.

Elvis has reached over 1 million views in 100 countries.

Elvis is so beloved internationally that the cities where he’s most popular all fall outside of the US:

#1 – Santiago, Chile

#2 – Sao Paolo, Brazil

#3 – Mexico City, Mexico

Top 10 Elvis Videos (via ElvisPresleyVEVO)

1. Elvis Presley – Can’t Help Falling In Love (Audio) – 60,868,414 views

2. Junkie XL, Elvis Presley – A Little Less Conversation (Elvis vs JXL) – 15,211,824 views

3. Elvis Presley, Martina McBride – Blue Christmas – 11,947,508 views

4. Elvis Presley – Burning Love (Audio) – 10,763,269 views

5. Elvis Presley – Suspicious Minds (Viva Elvis) – 10,417,210 views

6. Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (Audio) – 9,999,431 views

7. Elvis Presley – Suspicious Minds (Audio) – 9,974,827 views

8. Elvis Presley – (You’re The) Devil in Disguise (Audio) – 6,264,193 views

9. Elvis Presley – Hound Dog (Audio) – 6,093,642 views

10. Elvis Presley – Heartbreak Hotel (Audio) – 4,774,022 views

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Tomorrow is the 40th anniversary of Elvis’ passing, and yet he remains an iconic figure in music. New fans are discovering his music every day, along with older fans who turn to YouTube to find videos of their favorite songs.
http://www.sunburynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/48/2017/08/web1_elvis_presley_35131-1600×1200.jpgTomorrow is the 40th anniversary of Elvis’ passing, and yet he remains an iconic figure in music. New fans are discovering his music every day, along with older fans who turn to YouTube to find videos of their favorite songs.

Staff Report