What was Singaporeans' favourite YouTube video of 2015?
It's that time of the year when YouTube does its rewind and look back at the top videos that have been shared and trending on our timeline
And it seems that Singaporeans still prefer light hearted comedies celebrating Singapore's culture - these videos dominated more than half of the top 10 trending YouTube videos in the country.
Local production company Night Owl Cinematics (NOC) clinched three of the top 10 spots with their humourous and relatable content.
Founded by husband and wife duo, Ryan and Sylvia, NOC has collaborated with other YouTubers and have been sought after by brands for their campaigns.
NOC was the biggest winner at the inaugural Influence Asia 2015 held on Dec 7, taking home three awards — the Influencer's Choice award, Top YouTube Channel Award and Influencer of the Year Award.
But was one of their videos tops in Singapore this year?
Read on to find out.
TOP TRENDING YOUTUBE VIDEOS IN SINGAPORE
10. Ryan & Sylvia: The Weird Couple — Night Owl Cinematics
In a collaboration with Heaven and Earth's #matchmadeinheaven campaign, NOC got their friends to film their thoughts on the couple's dynamics and contributions towards the YouTube community.
9. Annoying Trends in Singapore — JianHao Tan
From people wearing K-pop fashion trends to "artsy fartsy" Instagram users - this video on annoying trends is JianHao's most viewed video on his channel for the year. The 22-year-old was voted YouTube Personality of the Year at Influence Asia 2015.
8. Hyundai : A Message to Space — HyundaiWorldwide
Using 11 Hyundai Genesis luxury sedans, Hyundai created a message 1.6 times the size of Central Park for a little girl's astronaut father working at the International Space Station.
The message was drawn across the Delamar Dry lake in Nevada in the US and was officially acknowledged as the "largest tire track image” by the Guinness World Records.
7. Dating VS Married — Night Owl Cinematics
NOC collaborated with Resorts World Sentosa's Adventure Cove Waterpark for this video to show how different your significant other can be before and after marriage.
6. Why Adults Hate To Give Ang Pows — Night Owl Cinematics
This NOC video should help you understand why some relatives disappear during the festive season.
5. “Unbreakable” | Songs of the 28th SEA Games — Sport Singapore
This SEA Games song by Tabitha Nauser was a fitting tribute to heroics of our athletes this year.
4. A Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew — JTV
J Team Productions, helmed by director Jack Neo, together with mm2 productions produced a touching tribute to the late Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, who died in March.
3. Foreign Worker Saves Baby in Singapore - Part 1 of 2 — Alvin Lim
Footage of a heroic foreign worker climbing up to a second storey unit to rescue a three-year-old toddler dangling outside the window had Singaporeans enthralled.
The foreign worker was awarded the SCDF Public Spiritedness Award for his courageous act.
2. "Ah Boys To Men 3: Frogmen" Official Theme Song - "Who Else" — JTV
Performed by local YouTuber turned actor Tosh Zhang, this is the official theme song of the third installment of the national service comedy series by Jack Neo.
1. Unbelievable - I so stunned like vegetable (Spouse For House 2 MV) — Mediacorp Channel 5
It was an unexpected hit - starring Chen Tianwen with a huge wig and floral shirt in a 70s, karaoke-style music video.
The video, which was initially produced for Channel 5 sitcom Spouse for House, has now hit over two million views.
The cheesy video was so "un-un-un-un-unbelievable" that it "stunned" folks overseas as well.
GLOBAL TRENDING VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE
The most watched video worldwide this year was Wiz Khalifa's music video for See You Again.
The song is a tribute to Fast and Furious star Paul Walker, who died in an accident in 2013.
The music video received has over 1.2 billion views since its release on April 6, 2015.
That is a really impressive feat when compared to Psy's Gangnam Style which has 2.46 billion views since it became an epidemic three years ago.
Over in the non-music video category, original dance video Watch Me (Whip/Ne Nae) by Silento took the top spot.