Daniel Kim's mashup of 2013's Billboard chart toppers goes viral on YouTube

Thursday, 12 December 2013 - 8:30pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

Daniel Kim has been creating viral videos since 2010 and in 2013 he mashes up 68 of this years viral hits.

At years end, the time where everyone becomes understandably nostalgic about everything that happened over the last 365 days. Daniel Kim, a singer/ song writer from Vancouver helps indulge this nostalgia, at least for those of us that love pop music. Daniel has been creating viral mashup videos since 2010, and has done it again this year.

His videos, dubbed Pop Danthology feature a mashup of the year's biggest and best pop songs.

Pop Danthology 2013

This year, Pop Danthology 2013 contains 68 of the most popular songs of '13, including Anna Kendrick's Cups, Avicii's Wake Me Up, Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding's I Need Your Love, Daft Punk's Get Lucky, Icono Pop's I Love It (I Don't Care) and Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines, amongst others. The video also features viral hits like Ylvis' What Does The Fox Say and The Harlem Shake.

Daniel Kim, the creator of the videos first went viral in 2012 for his mashup video that reached 44 million hits on YouTube. Kim wrote on his blog that this year's video took more than 180 hours to complete.

For those of you that want to walk further down memory lane, Here are Daniel's other mashup videos.

Pop Danthology 2012


Pop Danthology 2011


Pop Danthology 2010


To check out some of Daniel Kim's other mixes and mashups, click here

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