Larray’s “Canceled” Debuts At #1 On US YouTube Music Videos Chart, #12 On Global Chart; Video Features Cameos From Bryce Hall, Addison Rae, More

“Cancelled” enjoyed a mammoth opening week on YouTube.

Larray and Addison Rae in Canceled | Video screen | Create Music Group/YouTube

The music video for Larray’s “Canceled” made a massive opening week impact on YouTube.

Credited with 11.7 million American YouTube views during the October 16-22 tracking period, “Canceled” earns #1 on this week’s US YouTube Music Videos Chart.

The video also attracted ample interest globally, registering a total of 19.5 million worldwide views. It takes #12 on this week’s Global YouTube Music Videos Chart.

“Canceled” (spelled “Cancelled” on YouTube) finds Larray name-dropping — and largely dissing — a plethora of famous TikTok and YouTube stars. The music video is also rich with cameos from popular social influencers, including Addison Rae, James Charles, Bryce Hall, Noah Beck, and more.

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