All our fears would be irrelevant. On Thursday, Saxe and Michaels shared a fresh version that tapped the talents of artists including Niall Horan , Kesha , Sam Smith and Jason Derulo , blending them into a mega-mix with all proceeds going towards Doctors Without Borders. But where that star-studded collaboration read the room wrong, this one feels better suited to its moment. Add to that a small thrill in hearing unembellished vocals from the likes of Alessia Cara and Keith Urban. Some of the split-screen harmony pairings are a delight.
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Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! Get it now on Libro. Green Day's hit "Wake Me Up When September Ends" experienced its annual return to fame on YouTube this week, with views on the last day of the month reaching over ,, according to the video-sharing platform. YouTube shared a list of the latest entries into its US top songs chart, which includes several rappers as well as a K-pop group and a country singer. YouTube calculates its top songs chart by combining views on all official versions of a song. This includes the official music video, user-made videos with the official song, and lyric videos, although paid advertising views are no longer counted. YouTube had over 2 billion monthly active users as of earlier this year. Here are the eight songs that broke YouTube's top for the first time this week:.
In the video, the two ride the ebb and flow with some serious head nodding as the song swells toward a climactic moment. When they hear the pounding drum break, their bodies slam back in their black leather computer chairs and they look at each other in shock. The Gary, Ind. Parton said. The Williamses began to record their reactions to songs they had never heard last year, but reaction videos to music, whether on YouTube or TikTok , have recently gained in popularity. Some show people reacting to g enres of music unfamiliar to them. In other videos, older people react to more modern songs.