As she wraps her North American tour, Fantasia leads Billboard's latest Top Facebook Live Videos chart, as tracked by media analytics company Sharablee.
The chart, whose latest edition recaps March activity, is a monthly look at the widest-reaching and most-reacted-to videos posted by musicians on Facebook Live. Rankings are determined by a formula that blends reactions, comments, shares and first-seven-days views.
In the chart's leading video, gospel band The Walls Group surprises Fantasia backstage after her meet-and-greet at her show at Houston's Toyota Center with a song. Fantasia enters the room blindfolded and The Walls Group erupts into an a cappella rendition of its song "Satisfied." Throughout the performance, Fantasia exclaims in delight, screaming "Yes!" and lifting her hands in praise. As the performance ends, she hugs ach of the four members, saying, "Y'all are not real." The video was viewed 1.8 million times within the first seven days, and has garnered 71,000 total reactions since it was published, according to Sharablee.
Fantasia also ranks at No. 6 with a short video showing her in a meeting with her team studying data from Spotify, Pandora and other streaming services to determine setlists for the last few shows of her tour.
Korn also makes two appearances on the chart, entering at Nos. 4 and 9; the first video is a livestream of a performance to promote the rockers' upcoming tour, while the second shows their guitarist, Brian "Head" Welch, having his hand tattooed in Hamburg, Germany.
Other notable entries include live performances from Gorillaz and Backstreet Boys, who enter at Nos. 8 and 10, respectively, as well as a video from Becky G (No. 7) in honor of International Women's Day. Snoop Dogg, who led the first Facebook Live Videos chart in January, re-enters at No. 5 via a clip showing him in the studio mixing a Notorious B.I.G. track (and, of course, smoking).
Check out each of March's top 10 clips below.
10. Backstreet Boys
7. Becky G
5. Snoop Dogg
3. Daddy Yankee
2. Enrique Iglesias