YouTube today appear the 2018 copy of Rewind, its Year-in-Review achievement art piece, in which it accustomed the major trends on the platform. And no surprise, it was full of references to , K-pop, and, of course, Drake.

If you’ve arrested any of the videos in the Trending tab in the past three or four months, you’ll apparently admit at least a few of the names: Ninja, the Try Guys, Lilly Singh, Liza Koshy, Safiya Nygaard, Marques Brownlee… Admittedly, the list of creators featured in the video was small compared with the Rewinds of years’ past, and the absence of some was felt keenly, if the video’s animosity ratio and the comments area is annihilation to go by.

The music, always a highlight of the Rewind, is also a mashup of apparent hits, like Cardi B’s “I Like It,” Panic! at the Disco’s “High Hopes,” Drake’s “In My Feelings,” (and yeah, the YouTubers did the dance) and… oh hello again BTS, fancy seeing you again.

YouTube also appear info on its top trending music videos of the year — no abruptness the vast majority of them are Spanish language, because that was the case last year. I was a little afraid not to see some K-pop on there, given it was big enough to be referenced several times in the video itself. Though the top video on the non-music list was Kylie Jenner’s absolutely ambrosial “To Our Daughter.”

The video does kind of steamroll past its most important point: about midway through the video, several YouTubers stop and give credit to other creators who have raised money for alms or education, and to spotlight creators who give voice to oft-overlooked communities, such as drag or single mothers. If the whole video had been about that, I’d have been okay with it — but I get it, that’s not what Rewind is about about.

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