It then proceeds to show multiple channels and their achievements in 2019 with appropriate videos. According to the company, “2020 was a different year” and “it would be wrong to act as if it were … YouTube Rewind 2019: For the Record amassed over 3.1 million dislikes within 24 hours of release and 5 million dislikes within 48 hours of release, more than those acquired by YouTube Rewind 2018 in the same timeframes. Directed by Kai Hasson. YouTube will not produce its annual YouTube Rewind celebratory recap video this year — with the video giant saying it doesn’t feel appropriate, given the chaos of 2020. YouTube will not produce its annual YouTube Rewind celebratory recap video this year — with the video giant saying it doesn’t feel appropriate, given the chaos of 2020. The video ends with a shot from Lil Dicky's music video of his song "Earth". YouTube gives the viewers "what they want". It not only excluded the platform’s most popular creators and channels, but also included personalities many fans didn’t believe belonged in the video at all. It is almost seven min video and till now it has more than 37,695,331 views on the YouTube. YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind, fifth most-disliked YouTube video on the platform, "The internet is roasting YouTube's 'Rewind 2019' video, with people calling it lazy and low-budget", "YouTube Rewind 2019: Minecraft, BTS and PewDiePie... but people still aren't happy - CBBC Newsround", "Last year's YouTube Rewind was the most hated video ever, this year's is not looking good", "YouTube Rewind 2019 keeps things simple, and that's a good thing", "PewDiePie makes his return to YouTube Rewind after two years of controversy", "See Where BTS, 'Old Town Road,' Blackpink & More Ranked in YouTube's 2019 Rewind: Watch", "YouTube Rewind 2019' Might Be Trying To Break Last Year's Record For Most Dislikes", "People do not like YouTube's latest Rewind video", "YouTube Rewind 2019 branded 'lazy' as it goes back to its roots for compilation", "YouTube's Rewind 2019 tries to bounce back with a safe and boring countdown", "PewDiePie's T-Series Diss Tracks Banned in India", "YouTube Rewind 2019 might be trying to break last years record for most dislikes", "Nintendo community outraged over lack of Etika tribute in Youtube Rewind", "YouTube's Rewind 2019 video features PewDiePie again after he was snubbed from last year's version", "Here are all the winners of the 2020 Webby Awards", The creators, music and moments as featured in REWIND 2019, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=YouTube_Rewind_2019:_For_the_Record&oldid=991177677, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description with no season number, Articles containing potentially dated statements from November 2020, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Make This Video The Most Liked Video On YouTube. EACH year YouTube releases its Rewind video, which is a summary of all the pop culture, news and showbiz trends from the past 12 months. The video proceeds to show the "Most Liked Beauty Videos" in the form of a 'Top 5' list with a short snippet of each video at their appropriate times. Although marked as an improvement over the previous installment, YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind, the video received negative reviews, with critics and the general audience finding the video uncreative in comparison to past Rewind videos.. Directed by Jackson Adams, Kai Hasson. Directed by Kai Hasson. Celebrating the videos, people, music and moments that defined 2018. your password YouTube Rewind 2019 contains the following songs (timestamps in brackets refer to when the song appears in the Rewind video): Despite being seen as an improvement over the previous year's Everyone Controls Rewind, For the Record received negative reviews, with many viewers disappointed that it did not have the same level of production as previous installments in the series, and noting it as being akin to WatchMojo videos.