YouTube Rewind 2013: The Best Trending Videos You Watched This Year

YouTube Rewind 2013

YouTube’s Rewind 2013 playlist has gone live, so grab a beer, sit back and let’s take a look back at the best trending videos shared this year.

No. 10 – Mozart vs Skrillex, Epic Rap Battles of History

Who won? Who’s next?

No. 9 – The NFL: A Bad Lip Reading

Bad Lip Reading always delivers the goods.

No. 8 – Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise

Intended as a viral marketing video for 2013’s Carrie, and it fared a heck of a lot better than Stephen King film, too.

No. 7 – Lonely Island’s ‘YOLO’

‘Nuff said, right?

No. 6 – JCVD’s Epic Splits

We wrote about Jean Claude Van Damme’s Volvo ad back when it was published, and we’re still pinching our legs together.

No. 5 – Baby Me (By Evian)

This ad starring babies from the uncanny valley was meant to get you to drink more water.

No. 4 – Wrecking Ball (The Bearded Version)

Known as the “Chatroulette Version” of the Miley Cyrus hit “Wrecking Ball,” this late-November entry is pretty much just people reacting to a bearded dude being all sexy in his underwear.

No. 3 – How Animals Eat Their Food

What’s better than watching a couple of hipsters drink through sippy cups? Watching one of them completely destroy the room.

No. 2 – The Harlem Shake

Though technically not “the original” Harlem Shake concept video, this one, of thousands, took the lead.

No. 1 – The Fox

Don’t forget, we already figured out that foxes sound kind of like shrieky dogs.

You can check out YouTube Rewind’s top music videos for 2013 here. Were there any other trending videos this year that you feel should have made the list? Sound off!

Kokou Adzo

Kokou Adzo is a seasoned professional with a strong background in growth strategies and editorial responsibilities. Kokou has been instrumental in driving companies' expansion and fortifying their market presence. His academic credentials underscore his expertise; having studied Communication at the Università degli Studi di Siena (Italy), he later honed his skills in growth hacking at the Growth Tribe Academy (Amsterdam).


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