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Africa’s Most Subscribed Artistes on YouTube

Africa's Most Subscribed Artistes on YouTube

Egyptian Mohamed Ramadan leads list of Africa’s Most Subscribed Artistes on YouTube with 15.3 million subscribers followed by Moroccan Saad Lamjarred with 15.millions

YouTube is one of the most popular platforms for music lovers around the world. It allows artists to showcase their talent, reach a global audience, and earn revenue from their videos. But who are the most subscribed African artistes on YouTube? In this article, we will rank the top 19 African artistes based on their YouTube subscribers as of November 2023.

Mohamed Ramadan 🇪🇬 (15.3 million)

The Egyptian superstar is not only a singer, but also an actor, rapper, and dancer. He is known for his catchy songs, lavish music videos, and controversial lyrics. Some of his most popular songs include “Number One”, “Mafia”, and “Bum Bum“. He has collaborated with international artists such as Gims, Saad Lamjarred, and Super Sako.

Saad Lamjarred 🇲🇦 (15 million)

The Moroccan singer is one of the most successful Arab artists of all time. He has won several awards, including two Murex d’Or, and holds the Guinness World Record for the most viewed Arabic song on YouTube, “Lmaallem”, with over 900 million views. His other hits include “Ghaltana”, “Casablanca”, and “Ensay”.

Soolking 🇩🇿 (10.2 million)

The Algerian rapper and singer is a former member of the hip hop group Africa Jungle. He rose to fame with his solo debut album, “Fruit du Démon”, which featured the smash hit “Dalida”. He has also collaborated with artists such as Cheb Mami, Dadju, and Orelsan. His latest album, “Vintage”, was released in October 2023.

Hassan Shakosh 🇪🇬 (8.35 million)

The Egyptian singer and songwriter is one of the pioneers of the mahraganat genre, which combines electronic music, rap, and folk elements. He is best known for his viral song “Bent El Geran”, which sparked a dance challenge on social media. He has also worked with artists such as Amr Diab, Hamo Bika, and Omar Kamal.

Diamond Platnumz 🇹🇿, Tamer Hosny 🇪🇬 (8.32 million each)

The Tanzanian singer and dancer is the founder and CEO of WCB Wasafi Record Label. He is one of the most influential African artists, with multiple awards and nominations, including MTV Europe Music Awards, BET Awards, and African Muzik Magazine Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Number One”, “Marry You”, and “Inama”.

The Egyptian singer, actor, and composer is one of the most popular Arab pop stars. He has released over 30 albums, starred in over 20 movies, and written over 250 songs. He has won several awards, including World Music Awards, African Music Awards, and Big Apple Music Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Kol Haga Bena”, “180 Darga”, and “Eish Besho’ak”.

Zouhair Bahaoui 🇲🇦 (7.23 million)

The Moroccan singer and producer is known for his romantic and upbeat songs. He started his career as a member of the band TiiwTiiw, before launching his solo career in 2017. His breakthrough song was “Hasta Luego”, which featured TiiwTiiw and CHK. His other hits include “Décapotable”, “Désolé”, and “Lazem Alina Nsebro”.

Balti 🇹🇳 (6.79 million)

The Tunisian rapper and producer is one of the pioneers of the rap scene in Tunisia. He is known for his socially conscious and politically charged lyrics, as well as his collaborations with artists from different genres and countries. Some of his most popular songs include “Ya Lili”, “Mama”, and “Wala Lela”.

Amr Diab 🇪🇬 (5.92 million)

The Egyptian legend is widely regarded as the King of Arab Pop. He has been making music since the 1980s, and has sold over 50 million records worldwide. He has won numerous awards, including seven World Music Awards, six African Music Awards, and four MTV Europe Music Awards. Some of his classic songs include “Nour El Ain”, “Tamally Maak”, and “Habibi Ya Nour El Ain”.

Sherine 🇪🇬 (4.92 million)

The Egyptian diva is one of the most acclaimed female singers in the Arab world. She has a powerful and distinctive voice, and a versatile style that ranges from pop to tarab. She has released over 10 albums, and has won several awards, including Arab Music Awards, Murex d’Or, and Dear Guest Awards. Some of her hit songs include “Ah Ya Leil”, “Masha’er”, and “Katar Khaere”.

Rayvanny 🇹🇿 (4.69 million)

The Tanzanian singer and songwriter is a protégé of Diamond Platnumz, and a signee of WCB Wasafi Record Label. He is known for his melodious and catchy songs, which blend bongo flava, afrobeat, and dancehall. He has won several awards, including BET Awards, MTV Africa Music Awards, and Soundcity MVP Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Tetema”, “Kwetu”, and “Chuchumaa”.

Hamza Namira 🇪🇬 (4.62 million)

The Egyptian singer and songwriter is one of the most prominent voices of the Arab Spring. He is known for his songs that address social and political issues, such as corruption, oppression, and injustice. He has released four albums, and has performed in several countries, including the UK, Turkey, and Malaysia. Some of his hit songs include “Insan”, “Dari Ya Alby”, and “Ew’edony”.

Burna Boy 🇳🇬 (4.45 million)

The Nigerian singer and songwriter is one of the leading figures of the afro-fusion genre, which combines afrobeat, dancehall, reggae, and hip hop. He has released five albums, and has won several awards, including Grammy Awards, BET Awards, and MTV Europe Music Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Ye”, “On The Low”, and “Anybody”.

Ahmed Saad 🇪🇬 (4.4 million)

The Egyptian singer and actor is one of the rising stars of the Arab pop scene. He started his career as a contestant on Star Academy, before launching his solo career in 2012. He has released three albums, and has starred in several movies and TV shows. Some of his hit songs include “Ana Ensany”, “Kol Ma Nefsy”, and “Asef Gedan”.

Harmonize 🇹🇿 (4.25 million)

The Tanzanian singer and songwriter is the founder and CEO of Konde Music Worldwide. He is known for his smooth and soulful voice, and his collaborations with artists from different countries and genres. He has released two albums, and has won several awards, including AFRIMMA Awards, MTV Africa Music Awards, and Soundcity MVP Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Kainama”, “Uno”, and “Bedroom”.

Mohamed Hamaki 🇪🇬 (4.13 million)

The Egyptian singer and songwriter is one of the most popular and successful artists in the Arab world. He has released six albums, and has won several awards, including World Music Awards, African Music Awards, and Middle East Music Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Ahla Haga Feeki”, “Nefsi Aba’a Ganbo”, and “Ma Balash”.

CKay 🇳🇬 (3.89 million)

The Nigerian singer, songwriter, and producer is one of the most promising talents of the afro-pop scene. He is known for his catchy and colorful songs, which fuse afrobeat, pop, and R&B. He has released two EPs, and has worked with artists such as Davido, Joeboy, and KiDi. Some of his hit songs include “Love Nwantiti”, “Felony”, and “Kiss Me Like You Miss Me”.

Rema 🇳🇬 (3.81 million)

The Nigerian singer, rapper, and songwriter is one of the fastest rising stars of the afrobeat scene. He is known for his unique and versatile style, which blends afrobeat, trap, pop, and EDM. He has released four EPs, and has won several awards, including Next Rated at the Headies, and Best New Act at the MTV Africa Music Awards. Some of his hit songs include “Calm down” “Dumebi”, “Iron Man”, and “Woman”.

Davido 🇳🇬 (3.75 million)

The Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer is one of the most influential and successful African artists of all time. He is the founder and co-owner of DMW (Davido Music Worldwide) record label. He has released three albums, and has won several awards, including BET Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards, MOBO Awards and 3x Grammys nominee. Some of his hit songs include “Fall”, “If”, and “FEM”.

Conclusion

These are the top 19 African artistes on YouTube as of November 2023. They represent the diversity and richness of the African music scene, and have made

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Mbiydze is a web and graphic designer, digital marketer, and founder of a group of companies including CHEETAH CAMEROON, MBIYDZELA DIGITAL and PULSEBEAT ENTERTAINMENT  He is an ambitious entrepreneur with experience in various fields.
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