YouTube gives its users and broadcasters the possibility to reach a massive amount of people by generating trendy content. Its applications are endless, as YouTube videos can go from education, news, movies, and series, to documentaries product reviews, blogging, and of course, laughable content.
Many YouTube channels are famous for the style of its content,
With 18 million subscribers and billions of views, Ryan Higa’s, (a.k.a. nigga Higa) channel has quickly become one of the most famous comedy spaces in YouTube. The 26-year-old Las Vegas comedian makes a wide variety of videos: including hilarious How-To’s, parodies, rants, Q&A and much more.
His most famous video to date is just dubbed ‘Nice Guys’ and has 67 million views. Other highlight videos include ‘How to be Ninja’ and ‘How to be Gangsta’ and ‘How to be Emo,’ the first two are already almost ten years old.
2. Jenna Marbles
She started uploading videos to YouTube in 2010 and has amassed a 16 million subscriber following which is still growing. With 65 million views, ‘How to trick people into thinking you’re good looking’ is her most-watched video to date with 65 million views.
Her most successful recent efforts include ‘Roast Yourself Challenge’ and the ‘Ultimate 100 Coats of Things Video’, with 7 and 10 million views, respectively.
Anime and gaming fans with a taste for wittiness with just enough ridiculousness comprise the bulk of Mark Fischbach’s fanbase. He started making videos in 2012 and has uploaded more than three thousand as of today (more than all the other YouTubers here listed combined).
14 and a half million subscribers and more than five billion views make him a must-have in our list. His let’s play of ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ is his most-watched video to date, at 52 million views.
4. Fine Brothers Entertainment
14 million subscribers and online since 2007, Fine Brothers Entertainment, has become another classic with their REACT series and many other featured videos. Benny and Rafi Fine are arguably responsible for inventing ‘reaction videos’ and have been involved in various successful comedic efforts even outside of the YouTube platform.
Most successful video: ‘YouTubers React to Try To Watch This Without Laughing or Grinning.’
5. Miranda Sings
Collen Evans started making videos as Miranda Sings on 2008. She now has more than 6 million subscribers and pretty recently surpassed a billion views on her channel. Her cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’ is her most-viewed effort to date, with over 53 million views.
Source: The Weblisters