Google has ranked the top 10 trending videos on YouTube of 2015; this year YouTubers collectively watched, danced, and sang along to for more than 25 million hours this year.
In a blog post Kevin Allocca, head of culture and trends said: “2015 was kind of a big year for YouTube. Along with a year-long celebration of YouTube’s 10th birthday, YouTube creators and their fans introduced the planet to the latest dance crazes, opened up discussions about diversity and inclusion, and lip-synced in cars and onstage in front of the whole, wide world.”
Google’s Top Ten:
To celebrate the year that was, YouTube gathered together 150 plus YouTube creators from all over the world for the 2015 installment of YouTube’s annual Rewind video:
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