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Vevo (/ˈvv/; VEE-voh), an abbreviation for 'video evolution',[4] is an American multinational video hosting service founded on December 8, 2009,[5] as a joint venture between the "big three" record companies, Universal Music Group (UMG), Sony Music Entertainment (SME) and Warner Music Group (WMG).[6][7]

Vevo only hosts music videos from both Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment syndicated on YouTube and its website,[8] with Google and Vevo sharing advertising and similar benefits. EMI also licensed its library of videos for Vevo shortly before its launch and its acquisition by UMG in 2012.[9][10] Originally, Warner Music Group was reported to be considering hosting its content on the service after it launched,[11] but formed an alliance with rival MTV Networks (now Viacom Media Networks).[12] In August 2015, Vevo expressed renewed interest in licensing music from Warner Music Group,[13] and its deal with WMG was completed on August 2, 2016,[7][14] making the entirety of the "big three" record companies' music eligible for licensing for Vevo.

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- Shoutout to the Latino music makers, baby! - I was so close. Can I get half credit? ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ - (FBE) So today, we're gonna show you clips from the top ten music videos in 2017. - Oh, okay. I like music videos. - (FBE) But not just in America, from all around the world. - Nice! Oh, I'm excited. This will be good. - Just America, I would fail. Since it's the entire world, I'm failing even harder. - (FBE) This is a list put out by Vevo, so all the artists on the list are artists with Vevo accounts. - Okay, so it's like a Vevo top-- okay. - (FBE) So, we're gonna see if you can guess where in the top ten each video fits. - Okay. That's gonna be a challenge. - Usually, the non American videos are usually higher. - My music knowledge outside of America is not very strong, so we'll see if there's a lot of those, but I think I might do all right. - ♪ Y dónde está mi gente? ♪ - This is such a good song. (singing along) ♪ Y dónde está mi gente? ♪ - Oh, this was ahead. I love it. - You wouldn't show me the, I don't think, the number one right away. It's gotta be lower on the list. - This is cool. I just found out that Beyonce made a version of this just to support Puerto Rico. - Must be number one. - Four, because it's good, but it's kinda recent. - That was number eight. I think there might be better. - I'm gonna give this one a strong four. I don't think it was a hit enough to hit number one. - ♪ En la cama nos matábamos ♪ - Oh [bleep]. I've never heard this song before. - I like this, though. That's nice. - Is that the same-- yeah, that's the same guy. Damn, J Balvin. You killing it out there, bro. - Six. - Seven. I think upbeat songs tend to do better and this was a little more chill. - If I have not heard about it, then it must be number ten. - Put it on a six. Internationally, I don't think it's that big, but I'm shocked it was here. I love that song. - ♪ Cause I know I can treat you better ♪ - Shawn Mendes. - He has a fandom. - I've never seen a video for this song. - ♪ Deserves a gentleman ♪ - I love this song. - I'm surprised I've actually heard all three of these songs so far. - Just go with Shawn. She should just go with him. - I'm gonna put it at ten. - This is a three. That song was heat. - I'm gonna put that at eight. I've heard that playing at JCPenney or something, 'cause that's how cool that song is. - Number four. This is a hard thing, 'cause all these songs are bomb. - ♪ Si tú quieres nos bañamos ♪ - Woo, Ricky Martin. - This song is here? What? (singing along) ♪ Si tu boca quiere beso ♪ ♪ Y tu cuerpo quiere de eso Arreglamos ♪ - Shoutout to the Latino music makers, baby! What's good. I'm proud of y'all. - Good for him. He's been putting stuff out for so long. I'm glad he still has a hit on the top ten. - Oh, see. There's a lot of girls in bikinis and stuff. This is gonna be high up there. I think he's number three. - This is the ten. That video wasn't really that good. - Ricky Martin, awesome. Maluma, awesome. Vente Pa' Ca, I'ma set you at a four. - I'm not gonna go for the number one yet, but I'll put it at number three. - ♪ Con mi cuerpo, un egoísta ♪ - Chantaje was a good song. Shakira is still fire as [bleep]! - I love Shakira. - Get it. I've heard this song a lot. - Shakira's super popular. She's got a global appeal. - ♪ Vas libre como el aire ♪ ♪ No soy de ti ni de nadie ♪ - She's a goddess. I'm gonna put her at six. I've never met someone who didn't like Shakira. - I'm really surprised how many songs in Spanish there are. I'm gonna put it two. - I'm gonna put Shakira number two, 'cause everyone loves Shakira. - I should do my thing in Spanish. I would hate that. [speaking Spanish] - I know that song is the most viewed one, so I'ma put it on the top. In Mexico, everybody was like, "Oh my God, this song has so much replays!" - Reggaeton Lento. - They seem very hip. It seems like a Spanish boy band. - Okay, these guys are gonna have the young girl boy band appeal. Globally, they're gonna be super popular. - These are like our One Direction. You're welcome, guys. - To be right now, in 2017, listening to reggaeton sounds and for these songs to be number one, it's really an amazing accomplishment. I'ma have to switch them, but right now, I'll put them at number seven. - Number eight. - Putting it at a nine. - Five, because why not, right? It's self explanatory why I'm putting CNCO at number five. - Number three, 'cause girls go crazy. My brother and I jam to this song in the car. - ♪ Yeah, you're lookin' at the truth, the money never lie, no ♪ - DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne. This one's gonna be high. - My God. This is gonna have a really big appeal, too. He's got everybody. - This was the song of the summer. - A lot of people hated on this song when it first came out. I've always [bleep] with it. - ♪ I'm the one Oh-eh-oh-oh-oh ♪ - I think this is the one that's gonna throw everyone off. I don't think this one's gonna be as high as people think. Number seven. - I'ma put it on a two. - Number nine, 'cause it got too many number ones. You're not the one here. - This is probably one of my favorite songs. I love both artists. DJ Khaled and Justin Bieber, so this is probably a two. - I'll go three. I always see that stupid shot of Justin Bieber going. - ♪ Despacito ♪ - Of course. - I just heard this song today and the first thing that popped into my head is, "Are they still playing this song?" - Does this make me basic? I really like this song. It's so good. - How dare you get this song stuck in my head. You know how much punk rock I had to listen to to get this unstuck from my head? - This is a fact. It's number one. - I'm gonna put it at four now, 'cause I think this one's either first or second. - Numero uno. Think I'm gonna get one point and I'm okay with that. - ♪ Y si con otro pasas el rato ♪ - Maluma is everywhere. He's like, in three songs in this. - Oh [bleep]. More reggaeton. - All these songs make me wanna dance. - ♪ vamo' a ser feliz Felices los cuatro ♪ ♪ Yo te acepto el trato ♪ - I might look that up. It's Maluma again. Maluma's [bleep] everywhere. - Number nine. - Six. Has a very catchy tune. - This is a seven. - Number nine. They're all really good and they all have a similar wide, mass appeal, so it's really tough. - ♪ So baby pull me closer ♪ - Halsey, yeah. Chainsmokers. - I didn't even think about this. Oh, my whole list is [bleep]. - I love this song. - Literally, my good friend, who's a grandma, sings this song and her granddaughter sings this song. Everybody sings this song. - I'm confident number ten. That's one of those purely American things. - Closer, number ten. - I'm gonna put them on number ten for now, but I'ma change the Chainsmokers. They have very melodic beats. - I'm gonna have to put it in seven. I feel like I did pretty good. I just might do a couple of changes, like definitely Despacito's gonna be first. - (FBE) So, now that you've watched through all of these, we're gonna give you a chance to make changes to your list. Let us know when you're locked. - Oh, okay. - Because I put CNCO at number five, I feel like I need to keep that going and put Los 4 at number four. - Shakira, you're going to ten. Chainsmokers, you're going to five. Okay, that's it. I'm doing it. I'm committing. - (FBE) Number ten is I'm the One. - Thank God it didn't do that well. - Get out of here. There's no way that's at number ten. - No, I have Mi Gente. - I thought Justin Bieber and DJ Khaled, you know, they make a beautiful duet. - (FBE) Number nine is Treat You Better. - Ah [bleep]. Almost there. - I was so close! Can I get half credit? - Shawn Mendes. I put it on number eight. - Doesn't surprise me, 'cause it's been around for a long time. - (FBE) Number eight is Vente Pa' Ca. - That's at eight? I had it at ten. - I got it number nine, which is not that far off. - Oh, Ricky. I had high hopes for you. That's 'cause I'm a '90s kid and I was livin' la vida loca. - I got it! Let's go, that's a point! - (FBE) Number seven is Ahora Dice. - I had Ahora Dice at eight. - That was number eight, which is okay. I was close. - I got that one right. - Oh [bleep]! I got one! - I got one right! Yeah, Ahora Dice. - (FBE) Number six is Closer. - Damn. - Whoo, number six I have Chantaje. - I was so [bleep] close. I wrote seven. - (FBE) Five, Reggaeton Lento. - No, I have Closer. - I had that at nine. Come on. - Boom. Yes. - Your boy's going off with two points. - (FBE) Number four is Felices Los 4. - Number four. Ooh, I was way off. - That's so ironic. Los 4 is number four. That's so funny. - Oh my God! I got two, baby! - Yes, all right. I'm just like, CNCO, five. Los 4, four. - (FBE) Number three is Mi Gente. - Ugh, I had that at five. - That's not what I put at four, but yeah, I get that. - Yes, I got one right. Mom, are you proud of me? - (FBE) Number two is Chantaje. - That was number two? She's still really hot, apparently. God damn. - I'm glad she did it. She's really good. She really deserves to be at number two. - Got three. - Let's go! Come on, baby! - All right, '90s kid comes back in it. - Number one. Give it to me. - (FBE) Number one, Despacito. - Oh! - Ah, God damn it. Almost. - Ah, damn. This is like when you take a test but you didn't study before and you do okay. I'm all right with this. - Got that one right. Whoo! I thought I was gonna see some hip hop artists and things, so I can't believe that most of the dudes that took it are Latino. - Whoo! Awesome. Check mark, gold star. I feel like I wasn't way far off. Not bad for a 46 year old lady. - Thanks for watching this episode of Adults React. Big shoutout to Arden Adams for stopping by last week. - Hit that Subscribe button like Grabiella Salilnas so you never miss an episode. - Leave us a comment like Isabella Jimenez and you might get a shoutout. - Hi guys, JC here. Thanks so much for watching this episode of Adults React. Want more FBE? Then make sure to check us out on all our Social Media accounts. All the links are in the description below.



 Vevo's original wordmark, used from December 2009 until March 2013.
Vevo's original wordmark, used from December 2009 until March 2013.
 Vevo's second logo, used from March 2013 until July 2016.
Vevo's second logo, used from March 2013 until July 2016.

The concept for Vevo was described as being a streaming service for music videos (similar to the Hulu streaming service for movies and TV shows after they air),[15] with the goal being to attract more high-end advertisers.[16] The site's other revenue sources include a merchandise store[17] and referral links to purchase viewed songs on Amazon Music and iTunes.[18] UMG acquired the domain name on November 20, 2008. SME reached a deal to add its content to the site in June 2009.[19] The site went live on December 8, 2009, and that same month became the number one most visited music site in the United States,[20] overtaking MySpace Music.[21]

In June 2012, Vevo launched its Certified awards, which honors artists with at least 100 million views on Vevo and its partners (including YouTube) through special features on the Vevo website.[22]

Vevo TV

On March 15, 2013, Vevo launched Vevo TV, internet television channel running 24 hours a day, featuring blocks of music videos and specials. The channel was only available to viewers in North America and Germany, with geographical IP address blocking being used to enforce the restriction. Vevo had planned launches in other countries.[23] After revamping its website, Vevo TV later branched off into three separate networks: Hits, Flow (hip hop and R&B), and Nashville (country music).[24] Vevo shut down the service during the first half of 2016 as part of a site wide redesign.[25]

Vevo TV ran on an automated schedule, similar to video-exclusive networks run by Viacom Media Networks. Music videos would play twice within an hour and original programming, such as Top 10 Now and Vevo Lift, would air several times per day. After rebranding in 2016, Vevo TV was slowly phased out. Vevo's mobile apps continued to run the channel until they were relaunched later that year .


Vevo is available in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.[26] The website was scheduled to go worldwide in 2010,[27] but as of January 1, 2017, it was still not available outside these countries.[28] Vevo's official blog cited licensing issues for the delay in the worldwide rollout.[29] Most of Vevo's videos on YouTube are viewable by users in other countries, while others will produce the message "The uploader has not made this video available in your country." The Vevo service in the United Kingdom and Ireland was launched on April 26, 2011.[30]

On April 16, 2012, Vevo was launched in Australia and New Zealand by MCM Entertainment. On August 14, 2012, Brazil became the first Latin American country to have the service. It was expected to be launched in six more European and Latin American countries in 2012.[31] Vevo launched in Spain, Italy, and France on November 15, 2012.[32] Vevo launched in the Netherlands on April 3, 2013,[33] and on May 17, 2013, also in Poland.[34] In September 29, 2013, Vevo updated its iOS application that now includes launching in Germany.[35] On April 30, 2014, Vevo was launched in Mexico.[36] Vevo is also available for a range of platforms including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows 8, Fire OS, Google TV, Apple TV, Boxee, Roku, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.[37]

Edited content

Versions of videos on Vevo with explicit content such as profanity may be edited, according to a company spokesperson, "to keep everything clean for broadcast, 'the MTV version.'"[38] This allows Vevo to make their network more friendly to advertising partners such as McDonald's.[38] Vevo has stated that it does not have specific policies or a list of words that are forbidden. Some explicit videos are provided with intact versions in addition to the edited version. There is no formal rating system in place, aside from classifying videos as explicit or non-explicit, but discussions are taking place to create a rating system that allows both users and advertisers to choose the level of profanity they are willing to accept.[38]

24-Hour Vevo Record

24-Hour Vevo Record
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Awarded for Most views within 24 hours of release on Vevo
Country Worldwide
Presented by Vevo
First awarded January 21, 2012
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The 24-Hour Vevo Record, commonly referred to as the Vevo Record, is the record for the most views a music video associated with Vevo has received within 24 hours of its release. The video that currently holds this record is "Look What You Made Me Do" by Taylor Swift with 43.2 million views.[39]

In 2012, Nicki Minaj's "Stupid Hoe" became one of the first Vevo music videos to receive a significant amount of media attention upon its release day, during which it accumulated 4.8 million views. The record has consistently been kept track of by Vevo ever since. Total views of a video are counted from across all of Vevo's platforms, including YouTube, Yahoo! and other syndication partners.[40]

On April 14, 2013, Psy's "Gentleman" unofficially broke the record by reaching 38.4 million views in its first 24 hours.[41] However, this record was not acknowledged by Vevo because it was not associated with them until four days after its release to YouTube.[42] Both the YouTube and Vevo records were eventually eclipsed by Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" on August 28, 2017, which gained 43.2 million views in 24 hours.

Minaj has broken the Vevo Record more than any other artist with three separate videos. Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, One Direction and Miley Cyrus have all broken the record twice.

Reverse Timeline of the Vevo 24 Hour Record

List of videos which held the record for most views in their first 24 hours online

Video name Artist(s) Views (millions) Days held Date achieved Ref(s)
"Look What You Made Me Do" Taylor Swift 43.2 206 August 28, 2017 [43]
"Hello" Adele 27.7 675 October 23, 2015 [44]
"Bad Blood" Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar 20.1 158 May 18, 2015 [45]
"Anaconda" Nicki Minaj 19.6 271 August 20, 2014 [46]
"Wrecking Ball" Miley Cyrus 19.3 344 September 10, 2013 [47]
"We Can't Stop" Miley Cyrus 10.7 33 June 20, 2013 [48]
"Beauty and a Beat" Justin Bieber featuring Nicki Minaj 10.6 250 October 13, 2012 [49]
"Live While We're Young" One Direction 8.3 22 September 21, 2012 [49]
"Boyfriend" Justin Bieber 8.0 140 May 4, 2012 [49]
As of March 22, 2018

List of artists who held the record for most views in a 24-hour period

Artist Views (millions) Days held Date achieved Ref(s)
Taylor Swift 72 206 August 28, 2017 [43]
David Bowie 51 801 January 11, 2016 [50]
Adele 36 80 October 23, 2015 [50]
As of March 22, 2018

Vevo Certified Award

Vevo Certified Award
VEVO Certified logo.png
Awarded for Videos with over 100 million views on Vevo and its partners.
Country Worldwide
Presented by Vevo
First awarded June 2012
Website Edit this on Wikidata

Vevo Certified Award honors artists with over 100 million views on Vevo and its partners (including YouTube) through special features on the Vevo website. It was launched in June 2012.[22] The first ever artist to reach 100,000,000 views was Avril Lavigne through her "Girlfriend" music video, though the video was not on Vevo at the time.

Artists with the most Vevo Certified videos

List of artists who have at least 10 Vevo Certified music videos

Rank Artist Certified videos Ref(s)
1. Rihanna 29 [51]
2. Taylor Swift 27 [52]
3. Eminem 25 [53]
Justin Bieber [54]
4. Beyoncé 23 [55]
5. Maroon 5 21 [56]
6. Katy Perry 20 [57]
Shakira [58]
7. Chris Brown 18 [59]
Nicki Minaj [60]
Selena Gomez [61]
8. Enrique Iglesias 17 [62]
Maluma [63]
One Direction [64]
9. Ariana Grande 16 [65]
Michael Jackson [66]
10. Britney Spears 14 [67]
Lady Gaga [68]
Little Mix [69]
Romeo Santos [70]
11. Avril Lavigne 13 [71]
Pitbull [72]
12. Calvin Harris 12 [73]
Demi Lovato [74]
13. The Black Eyed Peas 11 [75]
J Balvin [76]
14. Avicii 10 [77]
The Chainsmokers [78]
Drake [79]
Jennifer Lopez [80]
Mariah Carey [81]
P!nk [82]
The Weeknd [83]

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