2020 was weird. Ready for YouTube’s top videos of the year?

We’re done with 2020. I mean, totally, utterly DONE. The only things missing from this wretched year is a North Korean EMP attack on North America just 30 minutes ahead of the Vogons destroying the planet in order to construct a new hyperspace route. But we’ve survived.

Most of us have spent much time isolated from each other, often getting sucked into the endless rat hole of YouTube videos. While everyone has their own thing on YouTube, here are the year’s top videos in Canada.

Top Music Videos in Canada

  1. Future, Life is Good ft. Drake
  2. Tekashi 6ix9ine, Gooba
  3. Justin Bieber, Yummy
  4. Eminem, Godzilla ft. Juice WRLD
  5. Sidhu Moose Wala, Old Skool
  6. Cardi B, WAP ft. Megan Thee Stallion
  7. Drake, Toosie Slide
  8. DaBaby, ROCKSTAR ft Roddy Ricch
  9. Justin Bieber, Intentions ft. Quavo
  10. Drake, Laugh Now, Cry Later    

Top Trending Videos in Canada

  1. Mark Rober, Building the Perfect Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder
  2. Dream, Minecraft Speedrunner VS 3 Hunters GRAND FINALE
  3. Anonymotif, Justin Trudeau Sings “Speaking Moistly”
  4. Netflix is a Joke, 8:46 – Dave Chappelle
  5. NikkieTutorials, I’m Coming Out.
  6. America’s Got Talent, Golden Buzzer: 10-Year-Old Roberta Battaglia Sings Lady Gaga’s “Shallow” – America’s Got Talent 2020
  7. MrBeast, $250,000 Influencer Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament
  8. JeffreeStar, We Broke Up.     
  9. Dude Perfect, Quarantine Stereotypes
  10. Paris Hilton, The Real Story of Paris Hilton | This is Paris Official Documentary

Top Canadian Creators

  1. MadFit  (5M+ subscribers) (Excercise videos)
  2. The Hacksmith (10.9M+ subscribers)
  3. Linus Tech Tips (12.4M+ subscribers)
  4. AzzyLand (13.1M+ subscribers)
  5. Disguised Toast (2.93M+ subscribers)

Top Breakout Canadian Creators

  1. MadFit (5M+ subscribers)
  2. Disguised Toast (2.93M+ subscribers)
  3. Julie Nolke (746K subscribers)
  4. Graser (1.96M+ subscribers)
  5. Heather Robertson (1.05M+ subscribers) (Excercise videos)

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 40+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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