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Snoop Dogg Leads Inaugural Top Facebook Live Videos Chart

The ranking, using data provided by Shareablee, spotlights the widest-reaching and most-reacted-to videos uploaded by musicians to Facebook Live.

Rap legend Snoop Dogg leads Billboard‘s first-ever ranking of Top Facebook Live Videos, as tracked by media analytics company Shareablee.

The chart, which premieres recapping January 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.

Snoop tops the first chart with a video he posted Jan. 10 while prepping for a photo shoot. The 31-minute broadcast shows Snoop getting his hair done, singing along to music and — what else? — taking a smoke break. In its first seven days, the video accumulated 4 million views. It’s also been shared 18,000 times (through the end of January), according to Shareablee.


Snoop reinforces his visual appeal and engaging personality with a second entry on the chart, appearing at No. 10 with a clip posted Jan. 19, during which he broadcast a mix of different tunes for a little more than 20 minutes, grooving along to artists from Solange to Mario Winans while a TV in the background shows a football game.

Among the other entries on the maiden January Top Facebook Live Videos chart, Bon Jovi ranks at No. 8 with a clip announcing intriguing news for fans: a chance to open for the famed rock band at one of its upcoming shows. The video was viewed 1.4 million times in the first seven days after its Jan. 10 premiere.

View the entire top 10, which also features videos from Slash, Becky G and more, below.

10. Snoop Dogg

9. Luis Fonsi

8. Bon Jovi

7. Green Day

6. Ciara

5. Becky G

4. Guns N’ Roses

3. Slash

2. A.R. Rahman

1. Snoop Dogg