Drake, Rihanna and Ty Dolla $ign all make appearances.

Music videos have become a requirement for musicians, with many releasing videos for every track on the album instead of only the singles. YouTube and Vevo has feasted upon this trend, hosting almost any music video you could imagine. Vevo has released year-end data for the top ten most viewed music videos of 2016, and Bieber dominates the charts with three different appearances. Drake, Rihanna and Ty Dolla $ign are the only HNHH regulars to make the list.

Check out all the videos and their viewing totals below. The top video was watched just under two billion times in 2016.

1. Justin Bieber – “Sorry (PURPOSE : The Movement)” – 1,824,823,909

2. Adele – “Hello” – 1,255,754,358

3. Fifth Harmony – “Work from Home” – 1,173,014,751

4. Calvin Harris – “This Is What You Came For (Official Video)” – 1,008,115,358

5. Justin Bieber – “What Do You Mean?” – 1,002,151,667

6. Justin Bieber – “Love Yourself (PURPOSE : The Movement)” – 966,846,883

7. Drake – “Hotline Bling” – 899,014,469

8. Mark Ronson – “Uptown Funk” – 825,589,463

9. Rihanna – “Work (Explicit)” – 800,984,121

10. The Chainsmokers – “Closer (Lyric)” – 776,806,154


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