Here we are, another year, more music videos!
Check out the past few years' selections at these posts: 5773/2012 and 5772/2011.
New videos will be added to the bottom of the post as I find them. Submit videos for posting in the comments section!
Let's start off with The Maccabeats and "Burn," based on a song by Ellie Goulding.
Of course, this year Thanksgiving coincides with Chanukah, so there are going to be a ton of Thanksgivukkah videos, such as this video by the Buba Myses, a parody of "Scream and Shout," by will.i.am and Britney Spears.
"Oils" by Big Teeth Productions. A parody of Royals by Lorde.
This song features a female vocalist, but none of the women appearing in the video (or men) seem to be actually singing.
"Thanksgivukkah Pie" by Benjy Lovitt - a parody of "American Pie" and "The Saga Begins"
The BBoys are back again, with "8 Nights" a rap parody of "Tom Ford" by Jay-Z
Mr. Palindrome presents: "I Want A Hippopotamus For Hanukkah"
A new Israeli A Capella group, Kipa Leiv L'Chanukah - Nes Gadol Haya Po.
Six13 returns with "The Thanksgivukkah Anthem." What's with the reference to Roman Cavalry?
A newcomer, Kopshtick presents "Chanuka Rock!"
The Houston Rockets attempt to sing "I had a little Dreidel" for the second time (here's the first)
Edon singing an original song called "8 Days."
Shir Soul is back with a parody of One Republic's "Counting Stars" called "Timeless as the Stars."
I may be biased because I like the original as well - but this is my vote for best Chanukah song this year - sorry Maccabeats!