Welcome to YouTube Re:View, a weekly listing of the most talked-about YouTube videos in the UK. This week, new music videos from Drake and 5 Seconds of Summer, as well as Kate McKinnon rapping in Hungarian. Samantha Bee speaks about why it's time to stop male sexual abuse jokes and Netflix drop the trailer for Maniac.
Drake - In My Feelings
The 'In My Feelings' challenge is still being attempted by people, and even animals all over the world. The clip opens with Drake declaring his love to Kiki (LaLa Anthony) before he is interrupted by her mother (Phylicia Rashad). Here is the official video for the aforementioned track.
(View Count: 51,761,840*)
5 Seconds Of Summer - Youngblood (Official Video)
The Australian pop rock band have centered their new music video on Japan’s rockabilly culture. "Youngblood" follows a Fonz lookalike and his gang around Tokyo where they take over a main square, West Side Story-esque.
(View Count: 4,568,901*)
Kate McKinnon Flawlessly Performs a Hungarian Rap
While filming The Spy Who Dumped Me, Kate McKinnon picked up some Hungarian in Budapest from her driver Eric who taught her the '90s rap song by Animal Cannibals, "Yozsefváros."
(View Count: 1,154,217)
Male Sexual Abuse Isn't Funny | August 1, 2018 Act 2 | Full Frontal on TBS
On Full Frontal with comedian Samantha Bee, it's time to acknowledge that #MenToo can be victims of sexual assault, and it's not just a funny joke to have with your friends. Don't just take it from Full Frontal, take it from Terry Crews.
(View Count: 742,887*)
Maniac | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix
Maniac is the new Netflix series which tells the tales of Annie Landsberg (Emma Stone) and Owen Milgrim (Jonah Hill), two strangers drawn to the late stages of a mysterious pharmaceutical trial. But as you would expect, things don't go as planned.
(View Count: 2,211,673*)
(*all view count numbers, correct at time of publication)
We’re bowled over by Cricket on YouTube
Cricket has never been so popular, especially on YouTube. Fans all around the world are enjoying extra innings with Cricket on YouTube by tuning into the official channel of the England and Wales Cricket Board. The channel, with over 1M subscribers, includes highlights, interviews and features getting fans closer to the wicket.
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