In a list mostly populated with various country artists, Fall Out Boy stands out as No. 6 on Youtube's top 10 list of most popular songs played on the Fourth of July.
Check out what song and who else made the list below!
Fourth of July is the time for hot dogs, fireworks and patriotic themed playlists. Youtube has taken data from the past year to see which songs get more views on the Fourth of July compared to any other day. Another requirement to make the list is the video has to average at least one million views per year.
Billboard has reported on the list year after year and while there are some repeats on this year's list, there's also a few newcomers including Fall Out Boy and John Mellencamp replacing Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry.
Some of the repeats definitely won't surprise you though such as Lee Greenwood's “God Bless the USA” who's at the top of the list along with Bruce Springsteen's “Born in the USA” making the list for the very first time at the No. 2 position.
Fall Out Boy's “Fourth of July” made the list at No. 6 being played 6.4 times more on Fourth of July compared to any other day and marks the only band in the scene with a song in the top 10.
You can check out the full list on Billboard here.
Will “Fourth of July” be in your Fourth of July playlist? Let us know in the comments along with what songs you'll be listening to while enjoying hot dogs and lighting off fireworks!
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