One of the globes leading video streaming platform, YouTube, has awarded Effyzzie Music Group lead act, Yemi Alade, with a plaque to mark “one million subscribers” on the site.
JAGUDA has earlier reported when the singer had reached that milestone.
In a short appreciative message on twitter, the singer shared saying;
“Thank you God, thank you @effyzziemusicgroup, thank you my family, thank you #TEAMYEMIALADE thank you @JustjojoEnt thank you @youtube Over #1millionsubscribers on #YouTube 1st African female #womenofsteel #childofgrace #WOSALBUM.”
The presentation came at a time when YouTube’s global head of music, Lyor Cohen, was spotted with Nigerian music pioneers such as Don Jazzy.
YouTube continues to play a major role in the industry. Music acts find a great deal in garnering views and subscribers. This shows their art is being given the necessary attention needed to thrive.
Yemi Alade was part of the few Nigerian singers who featured on Beyonce’s newly released project, “Lion King: The Gift”. The singer also met with America’s hip-hop star and billionaire, Jay-Z ahead of the albums premier.
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