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Baby Shark song by Pinkfong has become the world’s most viewed YouTube video

Baby Shark song by Pinkfong has become the world’s most viewed YouTube video

Generally, songs with flashy visuals and catchy tunes are well received among children everywhere. One such song which has caught the attention of both the teachers and the parents is Baby Shark. The song was remixed and published by Pinkfong, and it has garnered over 7 billion views on YouTube. Baby Shark was released four years ago, and it has beaten the popular Puerto Rican pop song Despacito by Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi. The song's duration is one minute and twenty-one seconds long, and the repetitive "doo-doo-doo-du-du-du-du-du-du" has enticed people in replaying the song endlessly.

Baby Shark has simple and easy steps to follow, which has made it extremely popular among kids. The song's origination is said to be from a group of campfire songs that were recreated and sung a couple of times. Baby Shark became popular due to the fact that a Seoul-based company remixed and recreated it. The song was sung by a ten-year-old singer called Hope Segoine, and the English version of the song was released way back in June 2016. Although Pinkfong did not own the song, the company was sued by Jonathan Wright, who claimed that the company plagiarized his work.

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