Azerbaijan and Greece join Austria and Armenia in the YouTube 1 Million Hits Club

Aram MP3 still most viewed on YouTube

Aram MP3 still most viewed on YouTube

It’s that time of the week again where we take a look at the least and most viewed videos on YouTube. At the top end Aram MP3 still dominates with over 2 million views, while Austria’s Conchita Wurst is catching with also over 2 million hits. Azerbaijan’s ‘Start a Fire’ is now in third and Greece is fourth as both entries hit the 1 million mark. Sanna Nielsen rounds up the top ten, falling three places with ‘Undo’.

1. (1) Aram MP3 (Armenia) Not Alone (2,703,163)

2. (2) Conchita Wurst (Austria) Rise Like A Phoenix (2,544,797)

3. (6)Dilara Kazimova (Azerbaijan) Start A Fire (1,318,061)

4. (3)  Freaky Fortune feat RiskyKidd (Greece) Rise Up (1,014,652)

5. (5)  Ruth Lorenzo (Spain) Dancing in the Rain (967,097)

6. (4)  Sergej Cetkovic (Montenegro) Moj Svijet (928,991)

7. (12) Donatan and Cleo (Poland) Slavic Girls (849,215)

8. (9) Emma (Italy) La Mia Citta (817,481)

9. (8)  Elaiza (Germany) Is It Right (799,966)

10. (7)  Sanna Nielsen (Sweden) Undo (787,111)

At the other end of the scale, this week it’s Georgia who has the least views with Moldova’s Cristina Scarlat a close second last.

33. (35) Seabalter (Switzerland) Hunter of Stars (197,961)

34. (33) Suzy (Portugal) Quero Ser Tua (196,081)

35. (34) Axel Hirsoux (Belgium) Mother (196,057)

36. (37) Cristina Scarlat (Moldova) Wild Soul (185,633)

37. (36) The Shin and Mariko (Georgia) Three Minutes To Earth (184,750)

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