Meanwhile, PewDiePie's own version of Rewind titled YouTube Rewind 2018 but it's actually good, claimed the top spot of the most liked non-music videos only two days after being uploaded. PewDiePie announced in a recent video that he will take a break from YouTube next year. YouTube Rewind 2018 but it's actually good is a video that was uploaded to PewDiePie's channel on December 27, 2018, during the YouTube Civil War, as a response to the backlash of YouTube Rewind 2018.The video prominently featured popular YouTube memes throughout the year, and starred YouTubers such as … YouTube Rewind 2020 YouTube released its top videos, creators and brands of 2020 on Tuesday, revealing a list of up-and-coming talent, but one high-profile personality, PewDiePie, a.k.a. ‘YouTube's 2019 Rewind: FIXED’ includes the Top 10 things that YouTube missed in their Rewind and it is accurate. YouTube king PewDiePie shared his opinion on YouTube Rewind 2019 - and explained why so many fans hated it. Youtube Rewind 2019, the site's year-in-review post, arrived Thursday in a new format. Posted Fri Friday 6 Dec December 2019 at 5:14am Fri Friday 6 Dec December 2019 … In 2018, we made something you didn’t like. Its resurgence paralleled the decision by YouTube’s most subscribed creator, PewDiePie, to re-engage with the game in late June. Felix Kjellberg, was missing. Like in 2018, PewDiePie uploaded his version of YouTube Rewind 2019, made with FlyingKitty, Grandayy, Dolan Dark and Party In Backyard. YouTube today released Rewind 2019, its year-end video summing up the biggest things that happened on the site this year. From ‘PewDiePie v/s T-Series’ to ‘Logan Paul v/s KSI’ and even Etika, the video has captured most of the things Rewind missed. 2019 [ edit ] And it’s… kind of sad, honestly. YouTube Rewind 2019 acknowledges both the PewDiePie wedding video, as well as the fact that PewDiePie was the most-viewed content creator on YouTube … YouTube Rewind is a video mashup that summarises all of the major talking points of the year - from hit singles to viral apps. As expected, BTS, Rosalia, Billie Eilish and PewDiePie have marked 2019 on YouTube starring in a year full of the best entertainment and the best music. Unlike YouTube’s Top 10 WatchMojo like vibe, PewDiePie’s meme-centric year’s round-up is more engaging and probably that’s the reason … Thankfully, WatchMojo went ahead and made just that. PewDiePie in YouTube Rewind 2019 (YouTube – PewDiePie) While YouTube took on some of the feedback and PewDiePie admitted that he didn’t think this year “was that bad,” he wasn’t satisfied with the video overall and said: “Despite YouTube’s best efforts, YouTube Rewind is still a disaster.” For Rewind 2019, let’s see what you DID like. According to the YouTube 2019 Rewind mashup, he left behind Brazilian vlogger Felipe Neto (2.8 billion views) and cartoon channel Pencilmation (also 2.8 billion). The Swede uploaded a video titled “YouTube Rewind 2019, but it’s actually good” on December 29, where he took shots at YouTube by mocking the top 10 list format they used for this year’s video. For years, YouTube Rewind was one of the most anticipated and … At least, that’s what the numbers are saying. Several weeks following the release of YouTube’s 2019 rewind, PewDiePie—whose real name is Felix Kjellberg—released his rewind video. The video was published on December 29, 2019. PewDiePie releases his own Rewind 2019. In his video, PewDiePie mimics Smith and says, “If I could control Rewind, I’d want it to be an actual Rewind.” Then, he clapped his hands, and PewDiePie’s vision began. In a hardly surprising turn of events, PewDiePie was crowned as YouTube’s most-viewed individual creator with a stunning 4 billion views year-to-date. YouTube Rewind 2019 brings back PewDiePie, addresses last year's mass dislikes. And as expected, the summary video is on its way to becoming the most ‘hated’ video of the moment. The platform's biggest single creator, real name Felix Kjellberg, said he will be away "for a little while" at the beginning of 2020 because he's feeling tired. YouTube hinted that its 'Rewind 2019' video will include PewDiePie and other stars the platform left out of last year's much-hated video Paige Leskin 2019-12-04T22:27:55Z YouTube hinted that its 'Rewind 2019' video will include PewDiePie and other stars the platform left out of last year's much-hated video Paige Leskin Dec 5, 2019… Despite being included in the video, PewDiePie, along with FlyingKitty, Party In Backyard, Grandayy and Dolan Dark, created their take of it on December 29, 2019, titled "YouTube Rewind 2019, but it's actually good", which focused on the notable memes of 2019 and also paid homage to various recently-deceased creators, … "I am taking break from YouTube next year," he said. PewDiePie’s Bro Army remains stronger than ever: The top YouTuber is the most-viewed creator of 2019 on the platform year-to-date, with more than 4 billion views this year, according to YouTube. Among the highlights in Rewind 2019 are music videos from BTS and Lil Nas X, videos of people playing Minecraft and Fortnite and videos from popular creators like MrBeast and PewDiePie. So in 2019, we made a top 10 … — YouTube (@YouTube) December 3, 2019 Rather than original content like last year, this year's video is a supercut of the most viewed videos and creators of the past twelve months. The month after PewDiePie posted “Minecraft Part 1” -- his first Minecraft video in years -- uploads of videos related to the game reached an all-time high. The same words began YouTube’s 2019 rewind video. The video titled “YouTube Rewind 2019, but it’s better” is performing similar to his re-make of YouTube Rewind 2018 and people are loving it. This year also marked the return of Kjellberg's PewDiePie channel in the Rewind … “In 2018 we made something you didn’t like.