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Ghanaian Musicians Reign on YouTube: Top 10 Most Subscribed Channels


Ghanaian musicians over the years have not only taken charge of their careers but are also utilizing renowned social networking and video-sharing platform, YouTube as a powerful platform to connect with their fans and showcase their talent to the world.

Youtube since its official debut on February 14, 2005, by founders Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim has become a global phenomenon.

As one of the leading social media giants, YouTube is second only to its parent company, Google, in terms of the number of visitors it attracts worldwide.

In Ghana, the platform has played a pivotal role in promoting local talent, especially in the music industry. Among the country’s best rappers, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale stand tall at the top of the list, amassing a legion of subscribers and leaving an indelible mark on the music scene.

As these musicians continue to gain significant traction on the platform, their impact on the music industry, both in Ghana and beyond, is undeniable.

With their dedication, creativity, and unwavering passion for their craft, these artists are sure to continue leaving a lasting legacy in the ever-evolving landscape of Ghanaian music.

Check out the top 10 Ghanaian musicians running independent labels and their subscribers 




In case you missed it, Sarkodie, also known as the Landlord, has etched his name in the annals of Ghanaian music history by becoming the first artiste from the country to amass one million subscribers on YouTube.

Since joining the platform on December 2, 2012, Sarkodie has consistently engaged his audience through a remarkable 266 video uploads, accumulating an impressive total of 300,443,844 views as of July 14, 2023.

Over the years, he has captivated audiences with his lyrical prowess, catchy beats, and compelling music videos, earning him a dedicated following on YouTube and other streaming platforms.

Hate him or love him, this milestone is all the proof you need that Sarkodie continues to enjoy popularity and the unwavering support of his fans, both in Ghana and around the world.


Shatta Wale


Leading the pack alongside Sarkodie is Shatta Wale. With an impressive subscriber count of 964K and a staggering 1k videos, Shatta Wale has cemented his position as one of the leading figures on Ghananain Music YouTube.

Since joining the platform on November 19, 2012, he has amassed an incredible 272,291,574 views, captivating audiences both in Ghana and beyond.



Stonebwoy’s extensive catalogue of 283 videos has also earned him a subscriber count of 653K which has solidified his position as a YouTube sensation and is earning him some good cash.

Since joining the platform on October 14, 2010, he has racked up an astounding 151,930,727 views, captivating audiences with his unique style and lyrical prowess.

Black Sherif

Black Sherif emerges at the fourth spot with 833K subscribers and 47 videos. His emotional and relatable songs have resonated deeply with listeners, propelling him to new heights in the music industry. With new videos from his Villain I Never Was Album, he keeps gaining new subscribers on a daily.



Gyakie’s enchanting voice and soulful melodies have earned her a dedicated fanbase of 654k subscribers. The daughter of highlife legend Nana Acheampong has a unique sound and heartfelt lyrics that have made her one of the most sought-after artists in the country. Her selection as part of the Youtube Music Class of 2023 is also a testament to her hard work.


Sonnie Badu

Gospel artist Sonnie Badu’s powerful vocals and inspirational songs have amassed him a dedicated following of 375k subscribers. His music resonates with audiences from all walks of life. His video for My Soul Says Yes is currently his highest video with over 49 million views.


YouTube has played a significant role in catapulting Camidoh to stardom. With an impressive subscriber count of 372K and a vast collection of 220 videos, his channel has become a hub for fans eager to connect with his music.

Through YouTube, Camidoh has been able to share his talent with millions, building a dedicated following and expanding his reach beyond the shores of Ghana.


Kofi Kinaata

Kofi Kinaata’s storytelling prowess and infectious tunes have garnered him 359k subscribers. His ability to address societal issues through music has made him a beloved figure in the Ghanaian music scene.


Diana Hamilton

Gospel singer Diana Hamilton boasts 316k subscribers. Her powerful worship songs and captivating performances have won the hearts of many.


Bisa Kdei

Rounding off the top YouTubers list is Bisa Kdei with 297k subscribers. Bisa Kdei’s soul-stirring melodies and romantic tunes continue to captivate music enthusiasts. His soothing voice has made him a household name in Ghana and beyond.




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