Check out YouTube’s most popular videos of the year

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(Dec. 9, 2015) – From President Obama reading mean tweets to the “Whip/Nae Nae” and Liam Neeson seeking revenge in “Clash of Clans,” people sure watched a lot of YouTube videos this year.

The video sharing website unveiled its list of the most popular videos of 2015. YouTube claims the ten videos accounted for 25 million hours of viewing this year.

The most popular clips don’t just account for views, YouTube said. Shares, comments, likes and other factors also helped the website determine its most popular videos. By the way, YouTube tracks its music videos separately. Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” featuring Charlie Puth was the top music video, with more than 1.1 billion views since April.

1. Silento – Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) – 116 million views

2. Clash of Clans: Revenge – 83 million views

3. Roman Atwood – Crazy Plastic Ball PRANK – 56 million views

4. Love Has No Labels – 55 million views

5. Lip Sync Battle with Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart and Jimmy Fallon – 54 million views

6. Justin Bieber Carpool Karaoke – 43 million views

7. 6ft Man in 6ft Giant Water Balloon – 4K – The Slow Mo Guys – 40 million

8. Golden boy Calum Scott hits the right note | Audition Week 1 | Britain’s Got Talent 2015 – 38 million

9. Dover Police DashCam Confessional (Shake it Off) – 37 million views

10. Mean Tweets – President Obama Edition – 34 million views

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