By: Manav Gharat
Youtube was created in 2005, now, 12 years later it has become the answer to all our needs let that be music, art, gaming, entertainment, technology. Youtubers have created their own style for delivering their content and using the platform to share their views and spread awareness. So, here are five Youtubers who are changing the way we see Youtube.

  1. Lilly Singh

iisuperwomanii – is a channel owned by Lilly Singh, who is a Canadian vlogger/ rapper with over 11 million subscribers.

She has explained that the name Superwoman was prompted by a childhood idea that she had an invisible “S” on her chest, making her believe she can do anything. Punjabi culture is frequently portrayed in her videos, which also contain satirical takes on everyday life and people’s favourite complaints.

  1. Casey Neistat

 Casey Neistat – a New York based film maker turned vlogger with more than 7 million subscribers who is known for his cinematography and his beautiful drone shots through New York city.

He has been an inspiration to aspiring film makers and like to show how his hard work have brought him to where he is now.

  1. FelixKjellberg

Felix Kjellberg, better known as Pewdiepie, is the highest subscribed channel on Youtube with over 55 million subscribers.

Pewdiepie has a gaming channel which is famous for his funny humour and the lets-play series. The lets-play series has a walkthrough of the game with a face cam at the corner to show his reaction to the gameplay. 

  1. Dagogo Altriade:

Dagogo Altriade owns the channel ColdFusion, this channel aims to let you experience the cutting edge of the world around us in a relaxed atmosphere where you can feel at home and have fun.

Learn the histories and some interesting facts about some of the world’s biggest companies such as Samsung, Facebook, Google, Apple, Tesla and more.

  1. Marques Brownlee

Marques Brownlee runs MKBHD, which is a tech channel which covers all the upcoming tech-related products ranging from smartphones to home-gadgets.

Gone are the days when people use to rely on sales reps for buying their new TV sets and smartphones.