5 SA Hip Hop Music Videos With Over 10 Million Views On YouTube
5 SA Hip Hop Music Videos With Over 10 Million Views On YouTube. SA Hip Hop artists have dropped some of the dopest videos in the country. When it comes to the quality of the visuals, artists have spared no expense and have come up with stellar creative concepts. Fans love great visual are known to stream the video several times on YouTube. They say every view counts and the results pay off as some South Ah Hip Hop artists have been able to accumulate impressive numbers.
Reaching a million views is no easy task, now imagine reaching over 10 million views on YouTube. Quite the task, well not for these select few artists who have been able to do so. Nasty C, Kwesta and Emtee are among the SA Hip Hop artists who have dominated the SA airwaves and have gone on to accumulate high streaming numbers. Their numbers when it comes to their videos on YouTube are also very impressive. Here are five that music videos that have surpassed 10 million views on YouTube.
- Nasty – SMA featuring Rowlene
Nasty C has the highest amount of views for a SA Hip Hop artist on YouTube. The Zulu Man With Some Power has two music videos that have passed the 20 million view mark. His all-time popular collaboration with Rowlene, SMA has over 21 million views on the video streaming platform. The song was released in 2018 and is a part of Nasty C’s album, Strings and Bling.
2. Nasty C – Said
Nasty C takes the second place position for his collaboration with Nigeria’s Runtown. They worked on a track called, Said as part of a Coke Studio Africa initiative, they also dropped the visuals for the song. The music video for said is currently sitting on 20 million views on YouTube.
3. Emtee – Roll-Up Re-Up
Emtee’s fire remix for his banger Roll-Up is sitting on 10 million views. For the remix, Emtee teamed up with award-winning SA Hip Hop artist AKA and Nigeria’s finest Wizkid. Emtee created the banger when he was still signed to his former label, Ambitiouz Entertainment so it might be tricky for him to celebrate this win but regardless the song is doing amazing and is still one of the trappers biggest hits.
4. Big Zulu – Imali Eningi featuring Riky Rick and Intaba yase Dubai
Big Zulu’s track, Imali Eningi was an instant hit and immediately topped the charts. In 3 weeks of the video hit YouTube, it collected 3 million views. Presently the music video is sitting on over 10 million whopping views.
5. Kwesta – Ngiyaz’fela Ngawe featuring Thabsie
The SA Hip Hop ballad recently hit the 10 million views mark. Both artists Kwesta and Thabsie celebrated their achievements. The song was released in 2016 and features on Kwesta top-selling album, Dakar ll.