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YouTube Music Channels You Should Follow

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YouTube logo | © Rego Korosi/Flickr
YouTube changed the game for aspiring creatives as a platform for both up-and-coming and established artists. Aside from creating and perpetuating stardom, YouTube is a means of listening to musical styles from all over the world. Here are six YouTube music channels you should know.

Majestic Casual

Based in Stuttgart, Germany, Majestic Casual was established in September 2011 as one of the first audiovisual music blogs. Their playlists incorporate music from different genres such as hip-hop, electronic music, experimental, indie, pop, and more.

Jess Glynne

This British singer’s musical efforts have hardly gone unnoticed. Jess Glynne was nominated for a 2016 BRIT Award for British Breakthrough Act, fresh off of her recent album I Cry When I Laugh. Her significant lyrics, coupled with her soulful voice, make for a wonderful listening experience.

Fhinq Music

Fhinq Music was established in 2011 for upcoming musicians and producers to expose their work to an international audience. Now, with over 90,000 subscribers, this music channel has garnered wide acclaim.

The Sound You Need

Offering playlists of songs remixed by talented DJs, The Sound You Need is the perfect music channel for high energy music.

Soca Music

Soca music combines the sounds and rhythms of the Caribbean, developed from a subculture in Trinidad and Tobago in the early 1970s. Soca music has since become an integral part of Caribbean culture.

Craig David

While Craig David now experiments with Electronic Dance Music, fans will remember his R&B days. The British singer’s smooth, melodic voice will bring back memories of your younger years, so evoke some good old nostalgia with this channel.