There are many YouTube videos that have become cultural staples, but there is also a certain ‘viral culture’ that can go beyond a video. For example, the video of Andrew Meyer getting tased at a University of Florida event became an Internet meme. It went viral and raised awareness about police brutality.
Bill Wurtz’s history of the entire world
Bill Wurtz’s new video, ‘A History of the World in 20 Minutes’, is an engaging, informative look at the history of our planet and universe. The video is a great way to learn about everything from the big bang to the rise and fall of European colonial empires. In addition to teaching history, Wurtz uses funny descriptions and trippy visuals to narrate the entire story.
The video was a hit on Vine, a site for sharing short-form videos, where Wurtz first achieved fame. Using the Vine app, he created a condensed history of Japan, complete with graphics, clip art, and drawings created in Microsoft Paint. While he was a relative newcomer to Japan, he managed to create an incredible video that has been the subject of hilarious memes.
Wurtz’s video is not a comprehensive history of the world, but it covers the major events in history. This includes the evolution of the human race and the development of animals on the planet. It even touches briefly on the history of ancient China, a subject that rarely gets much attention in typical history classes.
Learning Colors by Maroon 5
Maroon 5 is an American pop rock band that has topped the charts with numerous hits. The group’s debut album, Songs About Jane, featured the powerhouse single “Harder to Breathe,” which reached the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The song peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 in September 2004. It was the band’s first Top 10 hit in 26 months.
The band’s Super Bowl LIII performance has been met with some controversy, but it is still a highly anticipated performance. Although the song itself may not be groundbreaking, it is still a good choice, especially since it is so familiar and bland. Maroon 5 will be joined onstage by Travis Scott and Big Boi. The band has weathered controversy, including controversy involving Stephen Hillenburg and Colin Kaepernick.
Despacito has been one of the most popular videos on YouTube for more than three years. The song features Puerto Rican artists such as Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. It was uploaded in January 2017 and has been viewed over three billion times. It became the first YouTube video to hit two billion views and the fastest to reach three billion. It also became the first video to reach four, five, and six billion views, and is the only video to surpass all of these milestones. Currently, it is the most popular video of all time, with more than 7 billion views.
It is the most popular music video of all time. It was created by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee and has surpassed all other songs on the list. In addition to Despacito, the ‘See You Again’ video by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth, which was featured on the soundtrack of the movie Fast and Furious 7, was also included on the list. However, it spent only a month in the top spot. Meanwhile, Psy’s “Gangnam Style” ranked in the top ten list for more than four years.
Despacito is a hit song from the Spanish island of Puerto Rico. The video is the most popular music video on YouTube, with over four billion views. The song’s video was made in collaboration with Daddy Yankee and a Puerto Rican rapper.
In January 2017, ‘Despacito’ released its lyric video. It was then re-released with Justin Bieber’s vocals. The song has received more than a billion views on YouTube in a matter of 97 days. This is a testament to YouTube’s worldwide popularity, with more than 1.5 billion monthly logged in users.
Uptown Funk is older than the other top three videos, but continues to attract new viewers. It first debuted on YouTube in November 2014 and quickly became the most watched music video in history. Its popularity topped its contemporaries, such as Katy Perry’s “Gangnam Style” video.