Thalia Rules Top Facebook Live Videos Chart For June 2018

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Thalia attends the 72nd Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall on June 10, 2018 in New York City. 

The singer’s thank-you livestream for getting 'No Me Acuerdo' to 50 million global YouTube views rules the June 2018 tally.

The triumphs keep coming for Thalia, who rules Billboard’s Top Facebook Live Videos chart for June 2018 thanks to a video in which she celebrated hitting 50 million YouTube views on her music video for “No Me Acuerdo.”

The chart, whose latest edition recaps June 2018 activity, is a monthly look at the widest-reaching and most-reacted-to videos posted by musicians on Facebook Live, as tracked by media analytics company Shareablee. Rankings are determined by a formula that blends reactions, comments, shares and first-seven-days views.

The June 21 video thanked fans for helping “No Me Acuerdo,” Thalia’s song with Natti Natasha, reach 50 million views following its June 1 release on YouTube. The clip has since reached nearly 170 million global views as of July 25.

Thalia’s thank-you video leads June’s chart in two metrics: reactions and comments. It received 66,000 reactions and 25,000 comments, according to Shareablee, as well as 3,000 shares and 811,000 views in its first seven days.

Meanwhile, the chart’s No. 2 for June leads the other two metrics, shares and views. That distinction goes to Guns N’ Roses, whose June 9 Facebook Live video of the band performing “Paradise City” at Download Festival racked up 10,000 shares and 944,000 first-seven-days views, along with 54,000 reactions and 9,000 comments.

Amid the start of the band’s Not in This Lifetime tour, Guns N’ Roses reaches the Top Facebook Live Videos chart five times in June, including at No. 3 (“Welcome to the Jungle” from Madrid), No. 6 (“It’s So Easy” in Florence, Italy, with Foo Fighters) and more.

See the full top 10 below.

10. Armin van Buuren

9. Afrojack

8. Guns N' Roses

7. Guns N' Roses

6. Guns N' Roses

5. Bob Marley

4. Bob Marley

3. Guns N' Roses

2. Guns N' Roses

1. Thalia


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