Spinnin' TV reaches 25 million subscribers + wins IDMA for Best YouTube Channel

Mar 29, 2019

Spinnin' TV is celebrating! Not only has Spinnin's YouTube channel reached the milestone of 25 million YouTube subscribers yesterday, it also won the International Dance Music Award for Best YouTube Channel during a festive award show in Miami. 

Globally perceived as one of the highlights of the annual Winter Music Conference (WMC) in Miami, the IDMA ceremony is also the longest running awards event completely focused on electronic dance music.

As the 33rd edition of the IDMA's took place last night with a special show at the Faena District on Miami Beach, Spinnin' Records won the award for Best YouTube Channel with its world famous Spinnin' TV channel. With the list of followers still increasing, it was the crown on an already special week in which the magic mark of 25 million subscribers was also reached.

Spinnin' Records immediately saw the potential of YouTube, setting up its own channel in 2007 to present its records with a full video layout. It caused quite the revolution as this time it was the record label itself publishing videos and taking artist promotion into its own hands.

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, Afrojack, Sam Feldt, Kris Kross Amsterdam and Alok 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' TV saw its popularity increase in abroad territories. Countries like Brazil, Mexico, India, the US and Colombia proved to be the most steady providers these last three years.

And now, merely four years later, Spinnin' TV is celebrating once again, reaching 25 million subscribers AND winning the IDMA for Best YouTube Channel - thank you for your support and votes!

Here's one of Spinnin' TV's most recent heavy hitters, Sam Feldt's edit of SHAUN's 'Way Back Home', featuring Conor Maynard - the music video already counts over 15 million streams by now!