Goodbye, “Gangnam Style”

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South Korean singer Psy (L) performs his hit single "Gangnam Style" during a concert in Istanbul as part of the Istanbul Blue Night festival on February 22, 2013. AFP PHOTO/OZAN KOSE (Photo credit should read OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)

Move over, “Gangnam Style.” YouTube has a new top-viewed video of all time.

Wiz Khalifa’s video for “See You Again” featuring Charlie Puth became the site’s most-watched video Monday and has more than 2.896 billion views as of Tuesday. That’s about 2 million more than the video for Korean rapper Psy’s 2012 smash “Gangnam Style,” which held the most-viewed title for five years, YouTube said.

Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” sits in third place, more than 250 million views behind the leaders.

Puth reacted with surprise on Twitter , noting that he joined YouTube in 2007 hoping to make a video that would hit 10,000 views. Puth also earned a congratulatory message from YouTube star Tyler Oakley, who called the feat “legendary & epic.”

Wiz Khalifa said in a statement that he’s happy the song has been able to “inspire and impact so many lives.”

“See You Again” was released in 2015 as a tribute to late “Fast and the Furious” star Paul Walker.

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