2015 Top Trending YouTube Videos in Singapore - Alvinology has a video at number 3! - Alvinology

2015 Top Trending YouTube Videos in Singapore – Alvinology has a video at number 3!

As we draw closer to the end of the year, let’s pause, rewind and remember the videos, the entertainers, and the moments that captivated you in 2015.

This year’s top trending YouTube videos show that Singaporeans generally like humorous stuff. The top video of the year is none other than veteran actor, Chen Tianwen’s rendition of his now famous Unbelieveable’ song. The Night Owl Cinematics’ took two spots with their funny take on ‘Why Adults Hate to Give Ang Pows’ and ‘Dating VS Married’.

One of our video, ‘Foreign Worker Saves Baby in Singapore’ is ranked number 3, clocking over 3 million views! Hurray! Achievement unlocked!

We are happy to have contributed to the series of news events that followed when the two videos we uploaded went viral. The two heroes, Subramaniam Shanmuganathan and Ponnan Muthukumar from India were both identified and got the due recognitions they truly deserved.

Here’s a recap:

Can someone please CSI and identify this foreign worker?

Action heroes in Jurong East rescue revealed

Other heavier moments include ‘A Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew’ which was made to remember Singapore’s founding prime minister and the music video for ‘Unbreakable’, the theme song for the 20th SEA Games held in Singapore this year.

Full lists as below:

Singapore: Top Trending YouTube Videos (non-music)

1.

Unbelievable – I so stunned like vegetable (Spouse For House 2 MV)

2.

“Ah Boys To Men 3: Frogmen” Official Theme Song – “Who Else”

3.

Foreign Worker Saves Baby in Singapore – Part 1 of 2

4.

A Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew

5.

“Unbreakable” | Songs of the 28th SEA Games

6.

Why Adults Hate To Give Ang Pows

7.

Dating VS Married

8.

Hyundai : A Message to Space

9.

Annoying Trends in Singapore

10.

Ryan & Sylvia: The Weird Couple

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