It’s always a struggle for us Black women to find someone on YouTube we can relate to, get any kind of advice from, and feel like they’re one of our close friends. The best kind of advice a Black woman can get is from another Black woman but, not to worry, us over at MEF got you! We’re going to give you eight Black female YouTubers’ you need to subscribe to.
To start our list off, we have Angwi Tacho. Angwi has been making videos since 2014. Angwi has over 211k subscribers also. Angwi’s videos consist of many clothing hauls. Hauls from brands like FashionNova, PrettyLittleThing, Oh Polly, and many more. Other than dressing up like a doll, Angwi also provides many travel vlogs with her friends and they are all videos you don’t want to miss!
Next on our list, we have Alissa Ashley. Alissa has been making YouTube videos since 2015. Alissa have over 2.08 million subscribers and her following continues to grow. Alissa’s videos started off with her enlightening her subscribers about makeup and giving tutorials. Alissa has many videos regarding makeup like her infamous makeup wheel, hilarious product reviews, and even chit-chats. Alissa is one of the Black Female YouTubers you don’t want to miss!
Aliyah may be one of the youngest on this list but, she sure knows what she is doing when it comes to being a young Black woman in America. She has been creating videos since 2015 and has over 643K subscribers. A lot of people have been subscribed to Aliyah for such a long time that they have literally seen her grow in front of their eyes. From high school to college Aliyah continues to make big moves on her channel. Informing her followers about The Black Lives Matter movement, showing them realistic college videos, and giving them real advice when no one else will.
This person might look a little familiar but, don’t get her confused! Next on this list, we have Arnell Armon. Arnell and Alissa are identical twins both with channels on YouTube. Arnell started making videos in 2015 and she has over 784k subscribers as well. Arnell’s videos are a lot of recreation videos, she recreates amazing music video looks like Cardi B’s “WAP,” look. Travel vlogs and she also have sit down videos and she lets her subscribers get a real feel on the inside of her life. Arnell is making moves and she is here to stay.
Next up, we have another fashion queen, Bronniee. Bronniee has been giving her subscribers content since 2017. She has over 221K subscribers. Bronniee’s most popular content is her try-on hauls. She does clothing hauls for brands like SHEIN, ROMWE, Boohoo, and Savage X Fenty. Other than providing styling advice and giving her subscribers different brands to try out, Bronniee is extremely active on social media as well when it comes to serving with her fits. If you guys ever need some outfit inspo, Bronniee’s the one.
Raising the bar for the beauty community every day is Jackie Aina. Jackie Aina has been making videos since 2011 and has over 3.59 Million subscribers. Jackie’s videos consist of product reviews on makeup brands, hilarious rant/sit-down videos, and collaborations with other YouTubers and her close friends for her subscribers to get to know her better. Jackie is leaving a huge impact on the Black community and the beauty industry and we enjoy going through this journey with her.
Always keeping it real, this Sagittarius speaks her mind and doesn’t care if you like it or not. Kai Foster has been providing videos since 2018 and she has over 258K subscribers. Kai has videos that aren’t for the weak. Videos ranging from ranking people’s astrological signs, unpopular opinions, funny videos with her college friends, and realistic videos talking about depression and ADHD. We love a Black queen who unapologetically speaks her truth and that is exactly what Kai does.
Rain Steward is new to the YouTube scene. Although she only started giving content in 2020, Rain has been making her presence known. With over 15.4K subscribers Rain has been giving her subscribers great content and personality. Rain’s videos consist of real talk videos with her closest guy friends, girl talks, day-in-the-life vlogs, and many clothing hauls. We know Rain plans on growing her channel and we can’t wait to see everything she does with it.
We all have those days when we just want to sit back and watch some YouTubers we can relate to. Hopefully, with this list, you all can do the same. Tell us in the comments some of your favorite Black female YouTubers’!