Luis Fonsi fans are glad that the video has got restored and are saying it returned back to get 6 billion views.
With some videos, the titles were changed to include the names of the hackers, but the actual video content was unaltered.
Vevo states that it has patched the vulnerability that enabled the hacks and is working on discovering the source of the issue. The most watched video, Despacito by Daddy Yankee is not to be found anymore on the video platform. According to foreign media, underneath the video was written " Free Palestine".
On Tuesday users searching for the official promo on the Vevo YouTube channel were directed to an image of a group wearing masks and pointing guns and then informed "This video is unavailable". The hack was active for several hours on April 10 and targeted multiple videos uploaded by VEVO, including the most-viewed music video of all time, "Despacito".
Despacito was temporarily taken down, but the video is now live on YouTube once again. "Don't judge me, I love YouTube", he added.
However cyber-security expert Prof Alan Woodward, from Surrey University, told the BBC it was unlikely hackers could gain access so easily. It is still not clear if individual accounts were compromised or was it a major hack that has used some kind of vulnerability on YouTube.