Top earner on YT ? The Russian-born 5-year-old has become one of the world’s fastest-growing creators, thanks to videos in seven languages that feature her playing with her dad on her channels including Like Nastya. Brands have noticed, with Legoland and Dannon shelling out at six figures to work with her. Five friends in their 30s—Coby Cotton, Cory Cotton, Garret Hilbert, Cody Jones and Tyler Toney—play sports, perform stunts and break Guinness World Records. Their videos, like “Bowling Trick Shots” and “Bubble Wrap Battle,” helped them score a TV contract The Dude Perfect Show, which airs on Nickelodeon.
Critics had high expectations of Hustlers before it came out, and yet somehow, it still managed to exceed the hype. For weeks after its release fans and critics called for Jennifer Lopez to have her Oscar moment, making this one of the most praised comedies of 2019. Based on the true New York Magazine story about strippers who drugged and conned Wall Street scumbags out of thousands of dollars, the Constance Wu-led film is a darkly comedic look at the 2008 economic recession and an astute observation on class differences in 2019. Also, Lili Reinhart’s ability to vomit on command is award-worthy all on its own.
Ultimate Dog Tease: The “Ultimate Dog Tease” 2011 clip by Andrew Grantham features a cute little doggy who really loves food and cannot believe his owner is being so stingy with said food. Oh, and, the dog can talk. There’s a reason why this video has been viewed 200 million times. FailArmy Logo: FailArmy has one of the most addictive YouTube channels around. Go back in time to the 2013 “Ultimate Fails” compilation. While every year brings the funny, the 2013 compilation is one of the most viewed humor clips on YouTube. Filled with hilarious (and often painful-looking!) fails, this is 33 minutes of pure laughter. Discover more amazing videos on yt.
Best video for a song in 2019 ? Unlike the three tracks from his album Psychodrama that reached the Top 10, Black scraped the Top 40, and – being a bleak, jaded treatise on contemporary racism – it stuck out like a sore thumb amid the poppy stuff on daytime Radio 1. Dave confronts one ill after another like he can scarcely believe his own words: colonialism, social mobility, media sensationalism … but ultimately, there’s such pride as he considers his hair, his history, his skin.