LOS ANGELES Wiz Khalifa and a dancing mini-diva are among 2015’s top online video subjects.
Khalifa’s emotional music video for “See You Again” from the movie “Furious 7” was in the first position on YouTube’s list of the top 10 music videos, while 4-year-old hip-hop dancer Heaven King’s take on the “nae nae” grooved to the top of the streaming platform’s top 10 trending videos.
YouTube said on Wednesday that the top trending videos for 2015 were based on views, shares, comments, likes and more. Khalifa’s “See You Again” has driven away with over 1.2 billion views, and King’s dance video has whipped up more than 115 million views.
Other top trending video subjects included a father turning his home into a giant ball pit, an X-ray video of skeletons embracing, a man being encased in giant water balloon and President Barack Obama reciting mean tweets about him on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Adele, Maroon 5, Ellie Goulding and Sia were among other artists with music videos on YouTube’s list. YouTube noted that Adele’s “Hello” became the fastest rising video ever to reach 100 million views and scored a spot on the top 10 list in less than six weeks after it debuted.