Sean Paul

Sean Paul

Sean Paul, Most Streamed Jamaican Artiste on YouTube in 2021

Written by: Nekisha Neicy Cyrus

Men lie, women lie, but numbers don’t! And yes the numbers are in for the most-streamed Dancehall artiste on YouTube in 2021 and according to a report from, Jamaican Superstar Sean Paul has successfully claimed that spot.

Sean Paul lands in the No.1 spot with a total of 1.6 billion views and plays globally in 2021 as revealed by the official YouTube Music Charts. When it comes to his most viewed songs, in first place we have his 2017 collaboration alongside English Singer & Songwriter Dua Lipa ‘No Lie, which is almost at 1 billion views with 239 million views coming from 2021 alone.

And it seems like fans are still enjoying Paul’s early 2000’s hardcore Dancehall classics as they continue to make his top (5) list of most viewed songs. The list includes:

  • 2002 ‘I’m Still In Love With You’ featuring Sasha with 153 million views
  • 2005 ‘Temperature’ with 94.1 million additional views
  • 2012 ‘She Doesn’t Mind’  with 71.3 million views and
  • 2002 ‘Get Busy’  with 47.3 million views.
If you would like to get a little more specific with the analytics when it comes to which countries Paul’s music is racking up streams well, you will be surprised to know that his two top cities incidentally are located in Spanish-speaking countries. Yes, Bogota in Colombia takes the lead with 20 million views and Mexico City in second place with 17.2 million. Bangkok, Thailand, with 14.9 million views, Paris with 14.2 million and London with 12.2 million, fall in third, fourth, and fifth place respectively.
So where exactly is Jamaica ranked you asked? Well, shockingly JA comes in at No.54 on Sean Paul’s Top Countries with just 3.54 million views total this year. Globally, his top five countries are the United States with 120 million views, Mexico with 89.4 million, France with 57.7 million, Colombia with 56 million and Brazil with 54.3 million.
Also making the Global list of the ‘Most Streamed Jamaican Artistes on YouTube in 2021’:
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers in second place with 899 million
  • Shaggy in second place with 480 million
  • Vybz Kartel in third place with 417 million
  • Popcaan in fourth place with 289 million
And the ‘Most Streamed Jamaican Artistes on YouTube in 2021’ in Jamaica:
  • Vybz Kartel in first place with 66.1 million
  • Chronic Law in second place with 62.9 million
  • Alkaline in third place with 60.6 million
  • Skillibeng in fourth place with 54.4 million and
  • Intence in fifth place with 50.3 million

In some other Sean Paul related news, the Grammy Award-winning artiste has been nominated for the ‘Best Reggae Album’ of the year at the upcoming 64th Grammy Awards. However, the Recording Academy postponed the 64th annual Grammy Awards which was originally set for Jan. 31st, to March 14th due to a spike in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles.

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