Here is a list of the ten songs. The globe could not stop listening to on repeat, were the most searched on Spotify, went popular on Instagram reels, and TikTok.
Coke Studio’s Pasoori, which broke multiple records, is at the top of the list of songs we played nonstop throughout 2022. With 487 million views, the song became the most-watched music video ever on YouTube and the most-Googled song globally in 2022. The masterpiece made Pakistani singer Ali Sethi famous around the world and rose to the top spot on Spotify in terms of song streams.
Calm Down, a song by Nigerian singer and rapper Rema and Selena Gomez, received 100 million YouTube views in less than three months and presently has 189 million views. Over 1.5 million Instagram videos featured the song, which turned into one of the biggest songs of the year.
Made You Look
People danced wildly to Meghan Trainor’s Made You Look this year. From sassy dance moves on the dance floor to pyjama dancing in your bedroom. By the end of 2022, this music will have been used in more than 1.3 million reels.
Until I Found You
Despite Stephen Sanchez’s Until I Found You’s 2021 debut. The song gained popularity in 2022 thanks to multiple Instagram reels and TikTok. On TikTok, the song earned over 28 million views, while 74 million people watched it on YouTube.
Before the movie’s official release. Kesariya from the 2022 fantasy adventure film Brahmastra. Starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, got popular. Kesariya, which featured the pair for the first time on screen and was released not long before their marriage. It was one of the most talked-about songs from one of the most talked-about movies. On YouTube, the song has received 379 million views.
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Aditya A, a pathologist by training, created and sang the song Chaand Baliyaan. Which shocked everyone by breaking into the top 10 most-searched songs on Google in 2022. Two years before the song actually got popular, in 2020, he wrote it on social media. He claimed in an interview that his wife’s complaints over him purchasing her chand baliyaans served as the inspiration for the song.