Queen Naija is an American YouTuber, singer, and songwriter. She is one of the many internet personalities to have established a career in the mainstream entertainment industry after having garnered fame as a YouTuber. However, unlike many YouTubers, Naija first gained prominence when she competed in the 13th season of American Idol.
Jelle Van Vucht, better known by his online pseudonyms Jelly and Jelle Bay, soared to fame with his self-titled YouTube channel that hosts gaming videos. The Dutch YouTuber, based in Monaco, now manages a second channel, GTA5Videos, and owns quite a few businesses, including an apparel line.
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Adam Beales, from Derry, is an Irish social-media sensation, best known for his channel TheNewAdamb99, which was previously known as Adam B. His pranks and challenges often feature his younger brother, Callum, and their parents. He even has his own merchandise range and has collaborated with Disney, too.
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Filipino social-media sensation Kaycee and her sister, Rachel, soared to fame with their kid-friendly content on their YouTube channel Kaycee and Rachel in Wonderland. While their videos mostly consist of toy reviews and challenges, Kaycee has also experimented with music and has won a major singing contest.
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Joey Bizinger, better known by his pseudonym The Anime Man, is a Japanese-Australian rapper, voice actor, songwriter, podcaster, and YouTuber. His work focuses on manga, gaming, Japanese culture, anime, and language. In 2020, he began a podcast called Trash Taste.