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Here Are Some Of African’s Best YouTubers

Here Are Some Of African’s Best YouTubers

Amine raghib – Morocco

In a few years, Amine Raghib has become an icon of the Moroccan web. This young, passionate new technology continues to grab the consecrations, At the end of March 2015, he received a prestigious award from the Governor of Dubai, Mohamed Ben Rachid Al Maktoum. With 2 455 582 Subscribe, and 243 278 720 views, in 2018 he was selected as More Thought Leaders Technologie / Technology

Caspar Lee – South Africa

Caspar Lee started in YouTube ‘dicasp’ in 2011, and later renamed it to simply ‘Caspar’. As of November 2017, Lee’s main YouTube channel has over 7 590 208 Subscribed and over 874 322 843 views

Nikki Perkins – South Sudan

Born in South Sudan in 1990.A nursing student, became model celebrity who has appeared in major publications like the French Elle and Vogue. wife, Nikki’s YouTube content addresses beauty looks for dark-skinned beaty , fashion, motherhood and life.

Ikenna Azuike – Nigeria

Ikenna Azuike Nigerian British satirist, journalist, comedia, who uses satire to discuss different issues affecting the African continent. With an unbelievable sense of humor, What’s Up Africa, was adapted as a segment on the BBC’s focus on Africa, become one of Africa’s most-watched YouTube . telling the African story without bias and even spoke about it at different TEDx Events.

Kangai Mwiti – Kenya

+104,000 YouTube followers. Kangai Mwiti is the ultimate blogger,when it comes to beauty and makeup. Winner of the Makeup Fashion Category at the first-ever YouTube Awards in 2016, Kangai started the blog four years ago to showcase her work and now boasts having as many as 3 million views.

Dont Jealous Me – Nigeria

Tolulope Ogunmefun, AKA T- Boy, started out his YouTube Channel after a random clip with his university friends went viral on Facebook. What started as a comical burst in front of a phone camera, soon extended into a variety of web content that has earned T-Boy a BAFFTA Award and more than 30 million views on YouTube, becoming a force in the African YouTube space. T-Boy, whose fame also granted him a performance at Harvard University in 2011, and his faith as keys to his success. 173 633 Subscribed Unsubscribe

Tameen Youness – Egypt

A master of content variety, Tameen’s material ranges from spoofs to remixes to vlogs, keeping his subscribers and viewers thoroughly entertained. One of the first YouTubers in Egypt, Tameen’s current show, “Rasseeni,” has about 73,926 subscribers , 7 691 130 views

Lorissa Akua – Ghana

Lorissa Akua hosts, “The Only Way Is Ghana,” a web-series showing her journey as she works on migrating from London to Ghana. She starts a real-estate business and shows some of the challenges of building and setting up structures in Africa.

Sibu Mpanza – South Africa

Sibu mpanza is a 20-something-year-old South African who chooses to use YouTube to talk the issues affecting his generation. He speaks boldly on topics like rape culture, black representation, and many other sensitive topics without mincing words while keeping an open-minded approach. The humorous lad, who recently got a few corporate endorsement deals through his channel, says his vision is to, ”Hit 100,000 subscribers by 2010 and work with his favorite brands.” The vlogger was named the runner up for the Top YouTube Channel in Africa by the African Blogger Awards in 2016.

Photos of Africa – South Africa

This channel provides documentaries of African wildlife and aerial footage of resorts and hotels around Africa. Its stunning wildlife footage and expansive array of film is sure to keep nature and travel lovers engrossed.

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