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There was a time when YouTube was only known and respected for music. But for many Millenials, there are many who have opted to depend on YouTube for entertainment as opposed to watching local TV stations. For many upcoming entertainers, YouTube has become their steady source of income and that has led to more creatives working harder and are now on the list of the fastest-growing YouTube channels in Kenya.
The first category has the highest growth rate in subscriber numbers.
Fastest growing YouTube channels in Kenya
Former Tuko talks host Lynn Ngugi
Dance 98 Academy
Top creators category
Tales of the Crazy Kennar
Tuko/Tuco – Kenya
Thee Pluto Show
Second place went to a satirical remix by Marshall Sum of the Sukari hit song- ‘Politicians Dance Challenge, Uhuru, Ng’ang’a, Atwoli, Ruto’ while Inka TV’s upload of a child singing a dirge during the burial of five children who died in an inferno came third.
In the Music Videos category, Tanzania’s songstress Zuchu’s Sukari hit song was the most-watched followed by Baikoko by Mbosso featuring Diamond while Kenya’s Otile Brown’s song featuring Jovial – Such Kinda Love came third.
Others were Liar by Willy Paul and Miss P, Ndovu ni Kuu by Krispah and Khaligraph, Shamra Shamra by Joefes, Mejja, and Mbuzi Gang, Nyumba Ndogo by Zuchu and Yalah by Mbosso respectively.
For the YouTube Shorts videos category, the Small Prince channel attracted the most views followed by World of Africa TV while SwagBoyQ came in the third position.
Other creators with the most Shorts videos views were Twins of Russia, Candy Platter, Daniel Labelle and Julius Dein.
Most Watched Music Videos
- Zuchu – Sukari (Official Music Video)
- Mbosso Ft Diamond Platnumz – Baikoko (Official Music Video)
- Otile Brown X Jovial – Such Kinda Love (Official Music Video)sms skiza 7301722 to 811
- Willy Paul x Miss P – Liar (Official video)
- Ndovu ni Kuu Official video – Krispah x Khaligraph Jones x Boutross
- Joefes, Mejja, Mbuzi Gang – Shamra Shamra (Official Video)
- Zuchu – Nyumba Ndogo (Official Music Video)
- Mbosso – Yalah (Official Music Video)
- Chiké & Simi – Running (To You) [Official Video]
- Rose Muhando – Wanyamazishe (Official Music Video)
Going by what people are watching it seems Instagram influencers are really doing well on the YouTube front and from the most-watched music videos, it’s clear that people value Kenyan music.