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After less than a month on the YouTube throne, Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” has been ousted from its spot as the service’s most played video ever, losing out to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito.” Mixing a traditional romantic ballad, percussive hip-hop, and a former Miss Universe who’s apparently being followed around by her own personal slow-motion effect, the video also became the first YouTube video to surpass 3 billion views. (Fun fact: Given that “Despacito” is 4:41 long, that means its total play time by the human race equals roughly 26,630 years of very smooth jams.)

“Despacito” arrived on YouTube back in January, becoming one of the service’s most rapidly growing videos to date. (It’s also the most-liked, while only being tenth on the list of most disliked.) That’s not the only record the song has broken or sensually brushed up against; it also became the first primarily Spanish language song to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 since “Macarena” in 1996. (And all without the help of “Latin King” Justin Bieber, who only appears on the remix, not the version we’re talking about here.)