Last Updated on 2016-07-14 , 9:13 am
America’s got nigahiga, Sweden’s got pewdiepie – have you ever wondered if any Singapore YouTubers could make it big like them? We might have fewer people, but I mean, quality > quantity.
Here are 8 YouTubers that are sure to make you laugh with their
lame hilarious antics and oh-so-relatable content.
If you follow the local YouTube scene, Wah!Banana will definitely be a familiar name. Alongside Night Owl Cinematics and MunahHirziOfficial, Wah!Banana can be considered to be one of the pioneers of comedy skits here.
One thing that distinguishes these guys from other channels? They’ve got an angmoh (Matthew Stewart aka “Fish”) among their main four cast members – whose acting chops is put to good use in skits such as “Ang Mo vs Singaporean”.
Dialects, vulgarities, and sexual innuendos are often found in their videos, so if that’s not your cup of tea, here’s a heads up.
2. Dee Kosh
Not everyone might be a fan of Dee Kosh, but you gotta admit – he’s got one hell of a personality. I mean, this is his intro on YouTube:
“What’s up guys, Dee Kosh here, Singapore’s most annoying person, here to annoy you again with my annoying eyebrows and my fake accent.”
The ex-987 DJ has charmed over 100k subscribers with his sass, wit and relatable rants. In case you’re still doubting how good of a host he is, world-famous acapella group Pentatonix actually sat down for an interview with him. ‘Nuff said.
Most famous for their parodies of mainstream hits (with a Singaporean twist), comedy duo Munah and Hirzi bring on the laughs while making fun of things that are “uniquely Singapore”.
Hirzi is often strutting around the streets of Singapore in his beloved minah persona, dressed a blonde wig and really short shorts.
The only thing funnier than his hilarious antics? The confused expressions on by-standers’ faces.
Asia’s top blogger, Xiaxue (real name Wendy Cheng) has tons of awards under her belt, and a crazy high viewership of around 40,000 readers daily.
Her YouTube channel TheXiaXue used to be updated with makeup and beauty tutorials, but now sporadically uploads vlogs and Snapchat stories of her adorable 3-year-old son Dash.
I mean, can we blame her?
5. The Sam Willows
These guys have come such a long way since their debut in 2012. From posting covers on Youtube to headlining their own concert, the pop quartet are arguably the most popular homegrown act right now.
They even had the chance to open for The Script at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, and also supported Little Mix on their The Get Weird Tour in Manila and Singapore! #SingaporePride
Yan Kay Kay (real name Yan Qihua) used to be a co-host on the Click Network series Chick vs Dick, but now has her own YouTube channel.
At the moment, she has an ongoing series called Babe of All Trades, where she tries out various things (for your entertainment), from being a dog groomer to a pole dancing instructor.
7. Jianhao Tan
The saying “age is just a number” is particularly true in Jianhao’s case. The 23-year-old has over 400k YouTube subscribers, and a dedicated fanclub named “HAONation”.
He’s even got his own gaming channel called NOTGOOD GAMERS, where he tries out popular computer games such as Happy Wheels, Street Fighter and FIFA. The next Pewdiepie, maybe?
8. Goody Feed TV
And of course, we’re saving the best for last. Less than a month old and with only 3 videos uploaded, Goody Feed TV is definitely the youngest of the bunch. But like we said, age is just a number – from entertainment to lifestyle topics, we’ve got you covered.
This article was first published on goodyfeed.com
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