It’s a sad year for memes, as the year’s top memes took their place on the social-media landscape.
The year’s Top 10 memes are as follows:1.
Donald Trump Donald Trump’s victory as president has seen an avalanche of memes from all corners of the internet, with many of the biggest brands and influential personalities taking part.
As the US president’s approval rating has risen, so has the amount of memes making the rounds on social media.
The likes of Justin Bieber, Kanye West and Katy Perry have been among those who have used their fame to promote their brands, while rapper Future has been featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.2.
Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has been in the spotlight with some memes featuring a picture of the former secretary of state in a headscarf, and there’s even a meme of a woman in the Oval Office wearing a burka.3.
Snoop Dogg Snoop has also been heavily involved in memes this year, with the rapper posting memes of himself performing the hit “Fancy” in various locations around the world, as well as promoting his new album “B.O.
Nicki Minaj Nicki and her team at Glamour have also taken a keen interest in memes in 2016, with a video of her singing “I Got the Power” in front of a giant ‘Snoop Doggy Dogg’ image featuring the rapper.5.
The Who The Who’s “One” video was one of the most popular memes on the internet in 2016 and it has now been featured in a number of memes, with an accompanying video showing the band’s frontman Dave Grohl taking part in the meme.6.
Beyoncé Beyoncé’s 2017 album “Lemonade” also received a lot of attention this year thanks to the viral video that was released in December featuring the pop star on stage.7.
Kanye West Kanye West’s new album Yeezus, released in 2016 with an album of new music, has also received an avalanche in popularity, with more than 3.5 million people having seen the album’s music videos.8.
The Weeknd The Weekends’ new album, “The Weeknd”, was released to mixed reviews with many criticising the album for its lack of originality and a focus on rap and dance tracks.9.
Justin Bieber Justin Bieber’s new single “Love Yourself” was one the most successful memes this month and it’s not just the singer’s image that’s been covered, but also the meme of him on a skateboard.10.
Beyonce Beyonce has been a vocal advocate of female empowerment and it appears she’s doing the same for her music videos too.
The “L-Word” singer has taken a prominent role in promoting female empowerment, alongside Beyonce’s mother.
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