Inna’s “Gimme Gimme” Music Video Reaches 100 Million YouTube Views

We predicted this will happen a little over a week ago. Inna has, once again, hit 100 Million YouTube Views on one of her videos. This time it’s for her “Gimme Gimme” music video. Only just last week, she hit this milestone on her recent solo single “Ruleta“.

We previously wrote about the release of the song back in February. As predicted, it became a summer smash, and we’re delighted to see that it has now hit 100 Million Views on YouTube. This achievement follows previous music videos “Yalla”, “In Your Eyes”, “Cola Song”, and – as previously stated – “Ruleta“.

The song has been well-received and has charted in many countries. It even hit number three on the UK Commercial Pop Chart by Music Week – her first time charting on any UK chart since 2010’s “Sun Is Up”. The song also charted in Inna’s home country of Romania’s Airplay 100 at number 16, as well as France’s Club 40 at 17, Poland’s Dance Top 50 at 24, and Turkey’s Number One Top 40 at number five.

The music video was filmed in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato State, Mexico, with Edward Aninaru acting as the director alongside Khaled Mokhtar & John Perez acting as directors of photography. The song is instantly catchy and has quickly become one of our favourite Inna songs; amongst many.

Watch Inna’s Music Video For “Gimme Gimme” Here:

The song was released on various record labels around the world, although initially it was released on Global Records with Roton Music. The former record label celebrated this milestone on their official Instagram.

@innaofficial #GimmeGimme 100 000 000 views on YouTube #WeGlobal

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Let’s all celebrate together! Tell us how much you love Inna’s “Gimme Gimme” on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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