For the last five years, the insanely compelling dance video “Gangnam Style” has dominated the YouTube video leaderboards. After the video was released on 2012, "Gangnam Style" became the first video on Youtube to reach one billion views. "See You Again" by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth have said to have overtaken Psy on the number one spot. According to Forbes' report, "See you again" has advanced to the top with nearly 2.9 billion views in total. 'See you again' who featured Charlie Puth was released in 2015 which was one of the soundtracks of "Fast and Furious 7." The song was also written as a tribute to actor Paul Walker, who died in November 2013, in a car accident.

The record might not stand for very long

As it turns out, "See you again is sitting on the top at 2,895,373,709 views, while Psy's "Gangnam Style" placed in second with a million fewer views. With the release of recent music videos on YouTube, many are saying that the record will not stand at the top for a long time. Newer videos are swiftly catching up, like Luis Fonsi’s "Despacito" for an instance which has already blown through billion of viewers and has reached more than 2,485,501,000 videos already. Given it is only the middle of the year and the song’s place in the charts, you’d have to imagine that a lot of changes might happen to the record.

Despite being replaced by "See you again", Psy is still grateful being one of the most-watched videos on YouTube.

While many music videos have come and go, "Gangnam Style" has managed to hold the title for nearly 5 years, which according to him, already "quite a record." Psy's youtube channel, "officialpsy" has recently reached 10 million subscribers.

Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth did not expect to land at number one

With the recent news, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth still can't believe that their "See you again" song for Paul Walker has overtaken "Gangnam Style." In one his interviews, Khalifa expressed how grateful he is to all the fans who supported the video, which made it to the top.

"I am super excited and thankful to everyone who supported the song and video on YouTube, and so happy to impact many lives through my music," Khalifa said in a statement.

After Charlie Puth has found out the good news, he took Twitter to express his shock. According to him, he started uploading his videos on Youtube in 2007 hoping to gain only 10,000 views. "Having 10,000 views on Youtube is good already, how much more if the views reached to more than 2 billion, I cannot ask anything more," he said.

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