YouTube Releases List of Top Videos of 2013
You weren’t the only one who watched YouTube videos for hours on end this year.
YouTube released its list of top videos of 2013 Wednesday, and it turns out a lot of us really wanted to know what the fox says. But that’s not the only video that went viral this year.
The video giant says 1 billion users watched 6 billion hours of content on its site every month — with 80 percent of all views on coming from outside the United States.
Here’s the top trending videos for 2013:
- The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) – 276,458,178 views
- Harlem Shake (Original Army edition) – 95,305,248 views
- How Animals Eat Their Food – 88,865,920 views
- Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball (Chatroulett Version) – 78,423,392 views
- Evian’s Baby&Me – 67,200,832 views
- Volvo Trucks – The Epic Split featuring Van Damme – 59,232,016 views
- YOLO (featuring Adam Levine & Kendrick Lamar – 53,480,458 views
- Telekinetic Coffe Shop Surprise – 50,513,717
- The NFL: Bad Lip Reading – 44,196,361
- Mozart vs. Skrillex Epic Rap Battles of History Season 2 – 42,095,037 views
YouTube also released a list of the top music videos this year, with PSY’s “Gentleman M/V” leading the list.
PSY’s “Gentleman M/V” – 599,112,374 views
Check out the rest of the top videos here.