BOMBA tops local creator chart in Hong Kong

As 2015 winds down, it’s time to reflect on the past 12 months. YouTube has taken a look back at the year and revealed Hong Kong’s most watched and talked about videos for 2015.

Hong Kong YouTubers swept audiences away this year with their creative videos on love, humor or key local issues that made viewers laugh, cry or jump with joy.

Here’s the lists at a glance:

Top trending videos by local creators

1. BOMBA – 音樂故事

2. FHProductionHK – 我在香港追女的日子

3. hokoonho – 加一片膠紙就令風扇更大風,更穩定,更高能源效益 Improve your fan in 10 mins

4. ThisDV – 《月入三萬的香港人》

5. BOMBA – 震撼聲的應用 — 睇 住呀

6. BOMBA – 普通朋友&好朋友

7. BOMBA – 不同人對跳樓的反應

8. BOMBA – 不同人的打交方法

9. BOMBA – 男生最想遇到的七種女生

10. FHProductionHK – 現代香港故事

Topping the local creator chart in 2015 was BOMBA, with their videos taking six of the top 10 spots.

BOMBA, who has currently amassed over 400,000 subscribers, makes videos on hot local topics, and uses local stories and music to inspire their audiences. Their chart-topping video, BOMBA – 音樂故事, was a collage of many popular Cantopop and Mandarin songs that immerses audiences in the always popular subject of love.

Meanwhile, ThisDV – 《月入三萬的香港人》 ranked fourth on the local creator chart, found a loyal following this year with the video touching upon how difficult it is to live and work in Hong Kong, a subject that is always popular among local audiences.

Top trending music videos

1. Maroon 5 – Sugar


2. Wiz Khalifa – See You Again ft. Charlie Puth [Official Video] Furious 7 Soundtrack

3. 陳奕迅 Eason Chan – 《無條件》MV

4. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do (Official Video)

5. [獨家首播] 吳業坤 Kwan Gor – 原來她不夠愛我 Official MV – 官方完整版


7. 【我的少女時代 Our Times】Movie Theme Song – 田馥甄 Hebe Tien《小幸運 A Little Happiness》Official MV

8. 吳若希 – 眼淚的秘密 (劇集”武則天”片尾曲)


This year, local audiences fell in love over and over again with Maroon 5 in their music video Sugar, which features the band surprising wedding couples, by crashing their celebration parties (arranged in secret), and performing. On the other hand, TV and movie soundtracks, both local and international, were also popular among Hongkongers in 2015.

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