If you're headed to a barbecue on Tuesday, chances are you'll hear some Lee Greenwald or a little Springsteen.
The website tallied up songs and artists that have the largest percentage increase in views on July 4 compared to the average day. Nationally, Greenwald's song is viewed 24.7 times more on Independence Day than any other day. (Note: To be cToday is basically the only day of the year anyone listens to 'God Bless the USA'onsidered for the list, each song had to have at least 1 million views from 2015-2016.)
And people don't really listen to him otherwise on YouTube. Greenwood's views go up 21 times as much as normal for 4th of July. (The second highest jump is Toby Keith, who sees 3.5 times as many plays.)
"Born in the USA" by Bruce Springsteen is also pretty popular, seeing the second-largest spike for July 4, with the song viewed 23.8 times more.
Here's a breakdown of the top 10 songs with the largest boost for the holiday, nationally:
The list is a little different from last year, which saw Miley Cyrus' "Party in the USA" and Katy Perry's "Firework" among the most popular songs for the holiday, Billboard reports. There were also some classics like "The Star-Spangled Banner."