6 Amazing Pinoy YouTubers you should subscribe to
In today’s digital age, one of the easiest and most convenient way to get answers to our “how-to’s” is to check out tutorial videos online. As easy as one-two-three, you’ll just have to type out whatever question you have in mind and voila! it will give you a myriad of recommendations.
Video platforms all across the Internet have changed the way we view information. In a video-sharing website like YouTube, five billion videos are being uploaded every single day–ranging from songs covers, music videos, makeup tutorials, product reviews, and more.
Since then, video platforms have become home to the world’s up-and-coming influencers and vloggers. And in the Philippines, this medium has led a career path for Filipinos who want to make a name for themselves.
Here’s a list of amazing Filipino YouTubers that you should be “subbing” to:
1. Michelle Dy
If you have questions about skincare routine or makeup looks, Michelle Dy is the right person to ask! She started her career as a vlogger in March 2011. Since then, she has been creating various makeup tutorials and hilarious vlogs for her fans whom she referred to as “Angels.”
With 1,438,405 YouTube subscribers, this proud morena beauty has definitely become a household name.
Filipino-American Wil Dasovich began his vlogging career in November 2014. In the following year, Wil started gaining recognition when a video of him with his father, Steve Dasovich, speaking “Swardspeak” or “bekinese” went viral.
Since then, Wil has been making videos about his spontaneous adventures and bonding moments with family and friends. Although he grew up in the United States, Wil is still relatable to his Filipino fans because he never forgets to add aspects of Pinoy culture to his vlogs.
3. Ranz and Niana
“Girly Room Prank,” “Spicy Donut Prank,” and “Cinema Scare Prank,” name it, Ranz and Niana have surely done it! Apart from the pranks, challenges, and dance videos, another reason why this brother and sister duo is loved by their fans is because they are everyone’s #SiblingGoals.
Right now, they have more than 7 million subscribers, making them the most-viewed Filipino vloggers.
4. Andree (AC) Bonifacio
Known as one-half of the hip-hop dance duo, “Lucky Aces,” Andree (AC) Bonifacio proved that she’s worthy of your “sub.” This 15-year-old Filipino-Canadian now has 744,374 subscribers on her YouTube channel where she posts videos of her singing, dancing, and pulling pranks on her friends.
5. Pamela Swing
“Wacky” and “witty” are two words that perfectly describe Pamela Swing. In 2014, she started her vlogging career with haul videos, “Get Ready With Pam,” vlogs or just anything that features her everyday life. At the moment, Pamela Swing has 1,003,302 subscribers on her YouTube channel. So, if you want some good vibes, you may check out her content.
6. Erwan Heussaff
Erwan Heussaff, a triathlete, entrepreneur, food and cocktail connoisseur, and health buff, became popular because of his blog, where he writes mostly about living a healthy lifestyle.
Since being a blogger gave Heussaff the ability to reach more people, he decided to create his own YouTube channel. And through his vlogs, he’s able to reach more people who are currently struggling with their health concerns.
Whether it be product reviews, travel vlogs or DIY crafts, YouTube has a specific channel for any of your interests.
However, as much as we want to indulge in our passion, the limited mobile data has always been the problem to some of us. Good thing, Smart enables us to access and consume YouTube video content every day with bigger data allocation and longer validity. Now, everyone can avail of Smart’s GigaSurf 99 with Video Every Day, letting you enjoy up to 1 hour or 1GB of videos per day on YouTube and more on top of its 2GB data for 7 days.
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