Harriet James @harriet86jim YouTube has\u00a0 released the list of videos Kenyans watched the most on its platform this year.\u00a0 The end of year list reveals the popular videos produced, created, uploaded and watched on YouTube official channel account in their website. This year saw an increase in the number of people going online for entertainment, DIYs as well as building their brands. Dusuma song by R&B singer Otile Brown featuring his Burundian counterpart, Meddy topped the list by becoming the most watched song in the year. The song surpassed 100 million views in just three months. \u00a0Otile\u2019s other song dubbed Aiyana featuring Sanaipei Tande was number eight in the list. Singer Rayvanny\u2019s song\u00a0 Teamo, which was released just before Christmas, took\u00a0 second place in the most watched song category while Harmonize\u2019s gesture to play a song Jeje by his former boss Diamond on a live DJ set lit the heart of Kenyans making it the third most watched music video.\u00a0 Sauti Sol\u2019s first single from the studio album Suzanna became fourth in the list while Gere,\u00a0 a song performed by Tanasha Donna and her then boyfriend, Diamond Platnumz is the fifth most watched music video. In just 13 hours after being released, the song received over a million views. Number six most watched video in 2020 is Femi One\u2019s collaboration with Mejja Utawezana. The song gained popularity after a video of content creator Azziad Nasenya dancing to it went viral, creating an online dance challenge among Kenyans. Other songs on the list include Life is Good by Future featuring Drake and Quarantine by Wasafi featuring Diamond Platnumz, Rayvanny, Mbosso, Lava Lava, Queen Darleen and Zuchu. El-Shaddai by H_art the Band also won Kenyans\u2019 hearts with its message of creating awareness on mental health and the importance of saying what you feel as opposed to bottling it up. In the none-music category 2020, Dine with the Murayas Season 2 Episode 6 topped the list of most watched videos. The social media was abuzz with the news around the disagreement between popular gospel singer Size 8 and her husband DJ Mo and this drove Kenyans to their YouTube channel to check out what was going on with the couple that shares their marriage stories on the platform.\u00a0 Popular comedian Flaqo\u2019s Mama Otis\/Otis Amefail Exams\u2019 skit was number two on the list. The comedian is popular for playing multiple characters in one piece. Mama Otis, whose role he plays in viral videos on his YouTube channel, portrays a Kenyan mother with a no-nonsense attitude, which most Kenyans relate with.\u00a0 Social Distance by the Nigerian Mark Angel Comedy was the third most watched non-music video in Kenya followed by the video of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy President, William Ruto, arriving to view Former President Daniel Moi\u2019s body at Parliament building. Hana mikono ila tazama maajabu yake, hata kulima analima, a video of a man with no hands but a determination and ability to plough emerged at number eight. The video of President Uhuru\u2019s look-alike speaking is ninth after a photo of the man went viral. Jerusalema Dance by Kenya Prisons Officers closed the list. Kenyans turned to watch the video as they checked the talents showcased by the prison officers as a way of getting entertained in a year that has been difficult.