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Videogame Inspires Parody Songs About Defeating 'Creepers,' Eating Pork Chops
This list indexes the most popular Minecraft animations on YouTube by view count. These animations are often considered to be some of the most "legendary" Minecraft animations of all time eg. The Hunger Games and Fallen Kingdom. Alan Becker's content, "Minecraft in Real Life" videos, handdrawn parody animations and countdown videos are not counted. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. View counts are up to change, not to mention that not all videos are equally easy to find.
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You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Minecraft Song Parodies refers to a series of original animated music videos set in the Minecraft universe with parodies of popular songs rewritten with Minecraft -themed lyrics. On February 26th, , YouTuber CaptainSparklez posted one of the earliest popular parody song videos, featuring the song "TNT" by Taio Cruz rewritten to be about Minecraft , gaining over million views shown below, right. He would later prove instrumental in the trend's spread with his Fallen Kingdom series. While the trend is not as popular as it was in the first half of the s, several recent parodies have gained millions of views. These include a Sicko Mode parody posted by ReptileLegit on January 27th, shown below, left and a Bad Guy parody posted by grande on July 9th, shown below, right. CaptainSparklez was instrumental in the spread of serious Minecraft music video parodies, specifically with his Fallen Kingdom series. On April 1st, , the first video in the Fallen Kingdom series, featuring a parody of the song "Viva la Vida" by Coldplay, was uploaded to Youtube, garnering over million views within the next seven years.
In his spare time, he pursues another passion: Making rap videos about Minecraft, a videogame in which blocky characters wander a blocky landscape, building things, digging up diamonds and sipping milk. That is a lyric from Mr. In Mr. McLemore's YouTube video, a pixellated character with a small ax navigates gloomy corridors pursued by "creepers," the game's green, exploding bad guys. His video has more than two million views. McLemore says of his work. Minecraft has more than 37 million registered users, and as that number has grown, so has the intensity of the community. Minecraft fans make Minecraft baked goods, create Minecraft pointillism art and marry each other in Minecraft weddings. And they create parody music videos of hit songs, rewritten to feature Minecraft characters and themes.