Last Updated on June 15, 2022 by Bro x

YouTube is the largest music streaming service in the world. It’s so large that one music channel can reach more viewers than radio stations. There are a few music-related “channels” that are able to gain an audience quickly and build a subscriber base of millions by creating content on a consistent basis. These channels typically offer users how-to videos, artist interviews, live concert streams and more.

Top Music Channels on YouTube

  1. T-series YouTube Channel

T Series is a popular India music channel. It is the top-ranked music channel in the world with a subscriber base of 210 million and over 183 billion watch time. The channel is part of the business arm of Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, which started off with the sales of Bollywood songs over 3 decades but is now a Music Studio in the modern era, with a large pool of music videos. The YouTube channel was launched in 2006 and since then , it keeps growing at a rapid rate with thousands of new subscribers daily.

  1. Justin Bieber YouTube Channel

Justin Drew Bieber is a Canadian singer-songwriter, who has become an icon of pop culture in little time. He has one of the most subscribed YouTube channels with over 67 million subscribers. The channel which was launched in 2007 has several most viewed videos with over 27 billion loops. He is also one of the highest paid pop stars in the world with a reported annual income of $80 million dollars from his singles, albums and tours.

  1. Ed Sheeran YouTube Channel

Ed Sheeran has enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame in the last few years. His “Thinking Out Loud” song topped the Billboard Hot 100 in 2014 and already has over 3.4 billion views on YouTube. He also has one of the highest number of subscriptions to his official YouTube channel with over 51 million subscribers and 25 billion views.

Some of his videos have reached most watched or liked in just a day, which made him one the most popular music artists on the planet and has won a number of prestigious awards.

  1. Eminem YouTube Channel

Eminem is one of the pioneers of rap music and has scored numerous hits throughout his career. He is well known as one of the most influential artists in hip-hop. One of his most popular songs of all time “Love the way you lie” which became a YouTube hit has over 2.3 billion views and usually amass about half a million views in a day. Eminem has one of the biggest followings on YouTube with over 51 million subscribers.

  1. Taylor Swift YouTube Channel

Taylor Swift is one of the most successful music artists of her generation. She has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide and won numerous awards at a young age of 27 years old. She launched her own YouTube channel in 2012 and now has over 45 million subscribers and over 20 billion views on her music videos which have a combined play-time of more than 3 million years.

She is also the most viewed female artist on YouTube with over 65.2 million views in just a single day.

  1. JustinBieberVEVO YouTube Channel

Just like the official Justin Bieber YouTube channel, Justin Bieber VEVO is one of the top-ranked music channels on YouTube that was launched in 2009. It has more than 50 million subscribers with over 24 billion video views. It was once the second most subscribed music channel on YouTube after PewDiePie. Justin Bieber has a couple of collaborations with several vocalists, inclusion Nigerian music singers.

However, the account has been merged with the official account and the subscribers stats are hidden but the views and subscribers still remain.

Conclusion

These are some of the music channels with millions of subscribers and billions of views on YouTube. Some channels that are not listed here but are also leading music channels include: Alan Walker, TaylorSwiftVEVO, EminemVEVO, Big Hit Entertainment, Trap Nation, Maroon 5, Rihanna channel  RihannaVEVO and many more. The list of music channels are expected to grow over the next year as many artists, directors will come up with their channels.

Source: Wide Newspaper News.