Last Updated on January 28, 2022
As the second most frequently used platform after Google, YouTube is certainly a huge hit. It’s the one place we all frequent to learn new things, stream music, news, games, and much more.
Brands are lately using YouTube to increase their awareness and gain a new audience. Any content creator on YouTube with a huge audience stands to gain a lot. In this article, we are going to talk about some of the most subscribed YouTubers and channels worth knowing or following. Keep reading.
YouTube Channels with the Most Subscribers
1.T-series (205 million subscribers)
Top of the list comes T-series, YouTube’s most subscribed channel on the planet. It’s considered India’s largest and most known movie studio and music label. Their massive success comes from publishing indie-pop music and Bollywood music soundtracks. Fun fact, the channel’s original idea was to sell pirated Bollywood music before they started producing their own new content.
Also worth knowing, T-Series founder Gulshan Kumar was a fruit juice vendor in Delhi before his current wild success.
2. Cocomelon (128 million subscribers)
Cocomelon is a channel that caters to kids’ entertainment and learning needs. Their content centers on children’s songs, nursery rhymes, colors, and the alphabet. Its ballooning number of subscribers indicates just how much parents are using YouTube to educate and entertain their kids. Thanks to the autoplay feature, the channel’s videos get millions and billions of views. In fact,
3. SET India (125 million subscribers)
Sony Entertainment India is a subsidiary of Sony Corporation based in India and broadcasts mostly shows, reality shows, movie trailers, and soundtracks. Most of their content is in the Indian language.
4. PewDiePie 111 million subscribers)
PewDiePie is the first person on YouTube to collect over 100 million subscribers. Known officially as Felix Arvid, this Swedish YouTube posts comedic ‘Let’s Play’ videos and live talks. He is considered one of the richest and most influential YouTubers.
5. MrBeast (89 million subscribers)
MrBeast, a 23-year old YouTuber is one of the most interesting cases. He buys large mystery boxes and spends thousands to millions of dollars in tournament giveaways. His content gets millions of views in under a week. Follow his channels to see his unrelenting passion for completing arduous tasks.
6. Kids Diana Show (89 million subscribers)
Kids’ channels are enjoying a huge viewership on YouTube. One finest example is the Kids Diana Show. The channel simply uploads fun content surrounding Diana and Roma’s (her brother) lives. This usually includes pool time, trips, magic tricks, unboxing amongst other exciting activities. Roma too has his own YouTube channel and it now boasts close to 15 million subscribers.
7. WWE (85 million subscribers)
WWE is 41 years old and having run for that long, you must acknowledge that it has millions of ardent fans and followers. Of course, you obviously know they upload videos of wrestlers knocking the hell out of each other both in and outside the ring.
8. Like Nastya (86.1 million subscribers)
Like Nastya is more like the Kids Diana Show. The uploads center around her life while playing with toys, dancing, or saying the alphabet.
9. Zee Music Company (81 million subscribers)
After SET India, Zee Music Company is the second most subscribed YouTube channel that publishes in the Hindi language. As the name implies, the channel deals mostly with Hindi music while its subsidiary, Zee TV has a broader niche.
10. Vlad and Niki (77.6 million subscribers)
If you are looking for a channel to keep your kids entertained so you can do other things, then you should check out Vlad and Niki. Like Kids Diana Show, this channel also posts clips of these two kids playing with toys, building stuff, and other fun kids’ mischiefs. Fun fact; it was among the fastest-growing YouTube channels of 2020.
11. 5-minute Crafts 75.5 million subscribers)
5-minute Crafts is a learning channel where you can learn to do many things. They share some amazing hacks about practically anything from beauty tricks to jaw-dropping Tik Tok challenges you can attempt at home.
12. Blackpink (71.7 million subscribers)
Here comes the first pop band in this article with millions of subscribers. So if you are a fervent follower of K-pop, then you should check this channel out. As you would expect, this corner has mostly k-pop music, behind the scene clips, and interviews.
13. Justin Bieber (67.3 million subscribers)
Justin Bieber’s future on YouTube keeps getting brighter. The Sorry hitmaker is the leading musician on YouTube with the most subscribers. Worth mentioning, Justin’s talent was discovered on YouTube-so maybe the YouTube gods favor him, right? Pun intended.
14. Canal KondZilla (65.3 million subscribers)
Canal Kondzilla is a music production company founded by Konrad Dantas. As a producer, Dantas works with many musicians and posts their work on his channel-which majorly promotes the funk ostentacao genre.
15. Goldmines Telefilms (65.1 million subscribers)
The meteoric rise of Goldmines Telefilms to millions of subscribers is astonishing. Unlike other Indian channels, this one is unique in that they dub English and Telugu movies to the Hindi language. Currently, they produce their own original movies and TV shows.
16. HYBE LABELS (63.8 million subscribers)
If you think K-pop is not as popular, then you need to think again. In fact, another channel on this list that serves out some of the hottest bangers is HYBE LABELS. As a music production house, they upload music from various k-pop artists, including the most famed, BTS band.
17. BangtanTV (63.4 million subscribers)
We have already mentioned BTS, the K-pop megastars, right? Well if you don’t want to catch them at HYBE LABELS, then you can tune in to their content at their YouTube channel, BangtanTV.
18. Sony SAB (62.6 million subscribers)
Sony SAB is an Indian-based television channel that specializes in comedy. It started in 1999 as SAB (Sri Adhikari Brothers) before being sold to Sony in 2005. The channel has grown to become one of the biggest, most successful names on YouTube.
19. Zee TV (61 million subscribers)
India comes second after China when it comes to internet consumption. There are roughly more than 500 billion Indians using the internet every day. Now, you should not wonder why most TV channels like Zee TV have millions of subscribers.
Like others, Zee TV too posts movie trailers, shows, music, interviews, and live talk shows to entertain its audience.
20. Shemaroo Filmi Gaane (58 million subscribers)
There are plenty of Indian songs and soundtracks uploaded on Shemaroo Filmi Gaane. So if you are a Bollywood die-hard, then this channel has interesting music videos for you.
21. Dude Perfect (57.1 million subscribers)
The description on their channel is simple and straightforward; just 5 buddies having a good time making real-life trick shots plus a few comedy sessions. So if you are into awesome sporty stuff, this channel will impress you.
Quick fact: the channel is the most subscribed in the US that is not owned by a huge company. Also, it’s the 2nd most subscribed in the YouTube Sports sector after WWE.
22. Movieclips (55.8 million subscribers)
This might be the only channel many movie lovers know. Why? Because they host one of the largest collections of licensed movies and shows. Besides that, they often upload movie trailers and short clips.
23. Pinkfong! Kids Stories & Songs (55.2 million subscribers)
For serious parents, Pinkfong! Kids Stories needs no introduction. After all, the most-watched YouTube clip, Baby Shark Dance is from this channel and could be responsible for giving them that insanely long subscription list. This channel is great for kids’ education since they upload nursery rhymes, numbers, and alphabet.
24. Marshmello (54.6 million subscribers)
Marshmello is a channel belonging to an electronic dance musician, producer, and DJ. He has over 30 of his tracks listed on Billboard Hot 100 and several others becoming platinum-certified. Marshmello’s best or rather, most-viewed tracks include Alone, Silence, Friends, and Wolves.
25. ChuChu TV Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs (54 million subscribers)
Like Pinkfong above, ChuChu TV too focuses on kid-centric content such as nursery rhymes, colors, and numbers. One of the top works, The Finger Family has amassed over 1 billion views.
26. Ed Sheeran (51 million subscribers)
Music is the closest thing we have to a time machine and Ed Sheeran knows just how to make you go back and forth in time. His top song, Shape of You has over 5 billion views and is now the 4th most-watched clip on YouTube.
27. Ariana Grande (50.7 million subscribers)
The next musician on this list is the one and only Ariana Grande, an actress and musician. Ariana is a widely known pop star with a long string of big hits like Side to Side, Break Free and God is a Woman.
28. EminemMusic (50.6 million subscribers)
Eminem is a name that needs no introduction. If he is not the fastest rapper alive, then he certainly is the second or third-just anywhere close to number 1. Nevertheless, we all know him for some of the best rap songs like Lose Yourself, Not Afraid, Without Me, and The Monster.
29. Wave Music (50 million subscribers)
Last on this list is Wave Music, a north Indian YouTube channel with millions of subscribers. It is among the top ten most visited Indian YouTube channels. They post mostly music and movies.
30. Aaj Tak (49.4 million subscribers)
Aaj Tak is another Indian-based YouTube channel with a tremendously huge subscriber list. The channel posts mostly the latest news from India and around the world.
This marks the end of this long list of the most subscribed YouTubers and channels. Thanks for tagging along and have a good one, won’t you?