You can use Google Music to discover music in a number of ways.
One of the more popular options is to search for a song on YouTube by artist, or by keyword.
This allows you to quickly see which songs are popular on YouTube.
However, a lot of YouTube songs are not indexed in this way, so if you want to find a popular song, you’ll need to use YouTube’s Search tool.
Searching for a specific song will also bring up a lot more results than you would if you were searching for the title of the song.
For example, a song called “Hail to the Thief” will only be listed in search results for people searching for “Hails to the Troops.”
This is due to the fact that Google Music doesn’t index “Halls of the Fallen,” which is an album by indie rock band The Cure that has more than 40 million views on YouTube alone.
This makes finding a popular YouTube song difficult.
However that doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
We’ve been able to find quite a few of the best videos on YouTube that are actually available in the search results.
Below is a list of the top-rated YouTube music videos from July 2016 through July 2017.
If you’re looking to find more YouTube videos, be sure to check out our YouTube playlist that includes YouTube’s top music videos for July 2016 to August 2017.
“Lovesick” by The Flaming Lips – YouTube Music playlist The Flame Lips’ “Loses You” has been the top YouTube video for over a year.
The song features a gorgeous orchestral arrangement and lyrics that can be heard on a number songs.
In the video, the band sings about love, longing, and loss.
In July 2016, the Flaming, whose real name is Nick Swardson, recorded a remix of “Likesick.”
In May 2017, the track was added to YouTube’s Music app.
“Caught in the Fire” by R.E.M. – YouTube playlist The iconic rock group’s “Catch Me If You Can” was one of the most-viewed videos on June 8, 2018, and it’s been the most popular YouTube video of all time.
The video, which was recorded at the famed London Studio, features the band on stage in front of a large crowd.
The group sings about how their music is “trying to make the world a better place.”
The video also features an interview with the band.
“Ain’t Nothing I Need to Know” by Red Hot Chili Peppers – YouTube video The band has been a part of pop culture for more than 30 years, and the band has a long and distinguished career.
The band’s hit song “Ains’t Nothing You Need to Love” was a huge hit in the 1980s and 1990s.
Since then, the song has been popular with kids, and has been used as a vehicle for school projects.
The original video of “Aint Nothing I’ve Got To Know” was released in 2013, but the band is not the only band to record a song in this video.
The videos of “I Want It That Way” by Phish, “No One’s Watching You” by Maroon 5, and “Miles Ahead” by the Roots have been popular since the beginning of the millennium.
“Disco Bitch” by Kacey Musgraves – YouTube music video Kacey’s video for “Dancin’ on the Floor” was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Dance Video in 2011.
This song was also featured in a 2012 documentary about the singer.
“You Are My Sunshine” by Eminem – YouTube song Eminem’s video “You Ain’t Gotta Lie” was the first video to be voted on by MTV’s Teen Choice Awards.
Eminem has released a number other videos that have been nominated for awards, including “Gangsta Smackdown,” “Daft Punk,” and “Rap God.”
“The Night We Came” by Coldplay – YouTube YouTube Music video of the Coldplay hit “The Nights Are Black,” which won Best Video at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2015.
“Take Me Home Tonight” by Jay-Z – YouTube youtube.com/jay-z video Jay-z’s video was nominated by MTV VMA’s for Best Video of the Year.
“My Love” by A$AP Rocky – YouTube audio clip A$AAP Rocky’s video of Jay-zy’s “My love” was featured in the video for Jay-zi’s “G.O.
O, Da Funk.”
“Wake Up, I’m Alive” by Drake – YouTube clip Drake’s video featuring the singer “Woke Up” has garnered nearly 2 million views.
“Invisible” by Katy Perry – YouTube Youtube.com video Katy Perry’s