YouTube Declines To Give Credit To Badshah's 75 Million Views Breaking Record Song

Mina Muzumdar |Jul 31, 2019

Despite Badshah dethroned many world's popular singers like Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande with song Paagal to get 75 million views in a day, Youtube refused to credit the record.

With more than 75 million views within 24 hours, the latest single of the King of rap Badshah dethroned Taylor Swift and Korean famous boyband BTS to become the most-watched video on YouTube within one day. Sony Music India then proudly announced on Twitter, wrote:


As the song set a global viral fever, the singer proudly said:



However, YouTube didn't give their credit to the record. Previously, the record was held by Taylor Swift with single Me! and BTS's song Boy with Luv. Earlier, they are artists who crossed 60,000,000 views on the platform within 24 since their music was released.

The news stoked the fire and intensified rumors that Badshah song Paagal benefited from fake views generated by server farms and bots. Besides, there are murmurs that the single and his production house bought advertisements from the platform which triggered or directed people to his video randomly.


Earlier, when being asked about the success of Paagal, Badshah said:


For a long time, YouTube has been considering as a huge and emerging market for its growth as according to report 265 million Indians visit the online streaming video platform and home to YouTube's most popular channel, T-Series. Nevertheless, server farms and bots which are mainly used to boost fake view has been a thorny issue in India.

Aditya Singh who is well-known as the king of rap Badshah is the owner of many big hits throughout his career. He was also listed in Forbes' list of 100 wealthiest Indian celebrities.


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