The New Queen of YouTube is Miley Cyrus; Top Star on YouTube with 270.1 Million Views in September
According to YouTube tracking site Tubefilter, Miley Cyrus took over Twitter in September, with over 270.1 million views of her edgy new videos that showed her twerking, licking, swinging and more. With no surprise, controversy = hits and the official Wrecking Ball video itself has been viewed a whopping 211 million times. Yes, million. The other 69 million included behind the scenes videos, and others.
They report that "Cyrus' YouTube channel racked up nearly 270.1 million views in the month of September to claim the #1 spot in our monthly Top 100. That averages out to more than 9 million views a day, 373,000 views an hour, 6,250 views a minute, and 104 views a second in 30 days. It's also almost 55 million more views than PewDiePie scored in the month."
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"Wrecking Ball," the second single from "Bangerz," was released on August 25 and immediately hit the #1 spot at on the iTunes Top Songs Chart, #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on Spotify. The video for "Wrecking Ball" became the fastest music video ever to reach CERTIFIED status, VEVO's milestone for videos delivering 100 million views in only 6 days. Cyrus shattered the previous record which she held for "We Can't Stop," which was CERTIFIED by VEVO in just 37 days after it premiered The first single "We Can't Stop" was released on June 3 and shot to #1 on iTunes in the US and 23 other countries. The single reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and has sold over 2 million tracks in the US alone. "We Can't Stop" also became Cyrus' first #1 single in the UK.
Her new album "Bangerz" will include thirteen new tracks. Collaborating with renowned producers and songwriters such as Mike Will, Pharrell, Future, and will.i.am, this album marks a creative evolution for Miley.
Miley Cyrus is a world renowned entertainer with record breaking success in film, television and music. She is a multiplatinum recording artist and has sold over 12 million albums and 20 million tracks in the US alone.
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