GhKings brings to you the list of top 10 most watched Ghanaian artistes on YouTube (2017).
Wait! Before we scroll down further be sure to also checkout the list of top 20 most popular songs in Ghana (2017).
[mark color=”yellow”]Checkout: Top 20 Most Popular Songs in Ghana (2017)[/mark]
Disclaimer: The chart is based on YouTube’s Music Insights who overtly could provide stats for only these popular locations: Greater Accra, Ashanti Region and Northern Region. Views are counted for each track based on its International Standard Recording Code (ISRC). If an ISRC is assigned to an artist’s track and is claimed by Content ID, then YouTube counts any video that includes the track.
Assessment date: January 1, 2017 to December 16, 2017.
According to YouTube Music Charts and Music Insights:
- A track’s “total views” reflect views of videos that use all or part of a track – including official videos, live videos, fan videos, and commercials.
- An artist’s “total views” are the combined views of tracks associated with the artist.
[mark color=”yellow”]Also checkout: Top 10 Ghanaian Popular Songs Played at Every Wedding (2017)[/mark]
Checkout the list of top 10 most popularly watched artist on YouTube (Ghana):
[mark color=”yellow”]1. Shatta Wale[/mark]
Shatta Wale sits at number one (1) with 10,172,908 total views. Here’s why we agree with that.. Shatta Wale this year (2017) released over hundred (100) songs. What then do you expect? Shatta continues to be the most popular Ghanaian musician this year (2017).
[mark color=”yellow”]Click to listen Freedom by Shatta Wale[/mark]
[mark color=”yellow”]2. Sarkodie[/mark]
One of Africa’s gallant rappers, aka King Sark, takes number two (2) spot. The margin increase with a difference of over five (5) million total views. Sarkodie takes number two (2) spot with 4,796,618 total views.
Which also leaves Shatta with over 5 million extra views at number one.
[mark color=”yellow”]3. Stonebwoy[/mark]
Bhim Nation boss Stonebwoy joins the list of top three (3) artistes with their names starting with ‘S’. We’re just messing with you! Real name Livingstone Etse Satekla, Stonebwoy who recently dropped his third (3rd) studio album “Epistles of Mama’ sits atop with 3,066,237 total views.
[mark color=”yellow”]4. Ebony[/mark]
Chale! U for watch out Ebony in 2018! We’re expecting more from Ebony as she’s already set her path ablaze with several hit songs. She could also be rubbing shoulders with Shatta Wale in 2018. The singer take number four (4) spot with 2,550,079 total views.
[mark color=”yellow”]Click to watch Hustle by Ebony – video[/mark]
[mark color=”yellow”]5. Bisa Kdei[/mark]
Bisa Kdei swims in the list also as the most popular Highlife artiste in Ghana (2017). Bisa takes number five (5) spot with total views of 2,273,436. The highlife singer is also preparing to drop his upcoming ‘Highlife Konnect’ album maybe, early next year (2018).
[mark color=”yellow”]6. Daddy Lumba[/mark]
Legendary Daddy Lumba is the sixth (6th) most watched artiste in Ghana this year (2017). Lumba had a crossover with “Enko Den” hit song which was released a week before 2017’s New Year. DL at the time of this publication has 2,187,731 total views.
[mark color=”yellow”]7. Cecilia Marfo[/mark]
Cecilia Marfo represents not only as females but also tops overall gospel musician with the most views on YouTube this year (2017). Popular Evangelist/Gospel singer Cecilia Marfo also beats Sonnie Badu with 2,058,983 total views.
[mark color=”yellow”]8. Sonnie Badu[/mark]
Ghanaian-born UK-based gospel singer Sonnie Badu enters the list at number eight (8). Sonnie Badu has 2,024,329 total views. “My Soul says Yes” released late last year (2016) continues to enjoy global views.
[mark color=”yellow”]9. Patapaa[/mark]
Though Patapaa comes in last at number nine (9) for most watched artiste on YouTube, ‘One Corner’ is the Most Popular Track according to YouTube Music Insight.
Like we said earlier, ‘One Corner’ is the most popular Ghanaian song on YouTube (2017) because of the viral videos by fans which are also analysed by the YouTube content ID mechanism.
[mark color=”yellow”]Click to listen One Corner by Patapaa[/mark]
10. The chart could only make up for only nine (9) Ghanaians in a list of 20 foreign musicians. So we will leave the last spot for you GhKings fans to comment below which artiste you think should have represented.
We are two (2) weeks away from this forthcoming New Year (2018); do you think someone could cause the chart to change by 31st December 2017?