Spinnin' Records reaches 20 million YouTube subscribers
Feb 6, 2018
Spinnin' Records has welcomed the 20th million subscriber on its YouTube channel. This has been reached since its launch in 2007, while it welcomed the last 10 million subscribers within the last three years. A special celebratory video including several video highlights throughout the years has just gone live.
After the Spinnin' Records YouTube channel caught a wave in 2009, it never slowed down. Presenting videos by some of the most popular artists in the world like Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Oliver Heldens, Nicky Romero and Afrojack it quickly gathered subscribers by the tens of thousands.
A new chapter was opened after the first 10 million subscribers were welcomed in 2015. Since then, Spinnin' Records saw its popularity increase in abroad territories. Countries like Brazil (1.3 million subscribers), Mexico (1.2 million), India (650k), the US (400k) and Colombia (350k) proved to be the most steady providers these last three years - resulting in reaching the 20 million subscribers quicker than expected.
“A huge congratulations to Spinnin’ Records for reaching an incredible 20 million subscribers. Spinnin’ has been part of the YouTube community since the very beginning and has made many key contributions to the international success of dance music,” says Candice Morrissey, Head of EMEA Music Partnerships, YouTube. “They’ve set an inspiring example of leveraging YouTube to connect with fans and reach new audiences. We’re very proud of the work Spinnin’ has done and look forward to seeing them reach even more milestones.”