Oyedepo, Adeboye, Olamide listed among top 10 videos on YouTube [See full list]


Youtube has released its official top ten most-viewed videos by Nigerians for the month of January, 2018.

Last month featured a diverse collection of videos ranging from prophecy to music.

Predictably, Science Student star, Olamide, made the list. Also, Bruno Mars (ft. Cardi B) is the only international artiste to appear in this list.

Below are the top 10 most-viewed videos by Nigerians on Youtube for the month of January:

1. Bruno Mars Ft. Cardi B- Finesse (Remix)

(186 million views)

2. DJ ECool feat Davido – ADA (Official Video)

(1.5 million views)

3. Rudeboy (Formerly a member of the Psquare Duo Group) Nkenji Keke

(1.4 million views)

4. Reekado Banks – Like Ft. Tiwa Savage and Fiokee (Official Music Video)

(1.05 million views)

5. Olamide Dancing To ‘Science Student’ As Wizkid Praised Him


6. Omo Ibadan dances Shaku Shaku and sings her own version of FIA by Davido


7. KENNY BLAQ Performance At Alibaba’s January 1st, 2018


8. Bishop David Oyedepo warns Buhari on Fulani Herdsmen


9. Pastor E.A Adeboye Prophecy For The Year 2018


10. Channels TV Presenter, Maupe Ogun Weds Mohammed Bamidele Yusuf |Metrofile|



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