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Top 10 YouTube Spanish Channels - TopX Ep.40

VO: Dan Paradis
Welcome to the 40th episode of TopX, the show where we countdown the very best that YouTube has to offer! You can vote on future episode topics here: http://WatchMojo.comtopx Today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Spanish YouTube Channels.

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Top 10 Spanish YouTube Channels

For this list we're highlighting the most hilarious and inventive Spanish language channels all the way from Spain to Mexico and everywhere in between. One caveat, I actually don't speak Spanish so I apologize in advance for all the mispronunciations you're about to hear.

#10: luzugames

-Guess what, Mojoholics? You don’t need to be a guru of gaming to share your knowledge with the rest of the world, and this Spanish-American vlogger doesn’t claim to be an expert.
-Call it “The Adventures of Gaming” or call it a man having a blast, Luzugames is all about the art of combining vlogging with gameplay for an interactive experience.
-Two years after joining YouTube thanks to his girlfriend Lana, Luzu now has over three million subscribers and likes to switch things up with the occasional behind-the-scenes look at his gaming excursions.
-He’s the man responsible for drastically improving the gameplay of many, and given the success of his other site, LuzuVlogs, this Spanish vlogger seems to be living the YouTube dream.

#9: whatdafaqshow

-Meet Mox from Miraflores, Peru. He’s a musician, a skateboarder, a surfer and the charismatic host of a completely insane channel that will make you say “What. Da. FAQ.
-As the self-proclaimed “Best Show of the Internet,” “whatdafaqshow” drops a new episode every Sunday featuring the most outrageous clips of the web, and with almost four million subscribers, it’s been proven that everybody loves to watch smart-ass kids talk trash.
-If you’ve done something completely stupid that ended up on YouTube, it’s likely that Mox has verbally shamed you at one point or another, which means that you may actually be a pseudo-celebrity in Spanish-speaking countries. This is a fact, Mojoholics.
-What’s so utterly amazing about “whatdafaqshow” is that Mox does NOT discriminate when it comes to clowning on people, and furthermore, he finds those unique clips that will forever be etched in your memory. Thank you?

#8: CaELiKe

-All right, here’s a Mexican teenager that is single-handedly revolutionizing the world of vloggers. Here name is Caeli, and over the course of five years, she’s earned a following of almost five million YouTube subscribers thanks to her colorful productions cada Miércoles y Sábado (every Wednesday and Saturday).
-Her most popular video is about suffering with her boyfriend, in which she hooked viewers with her lovable laugh and also hooked her own nose with a purple clothes pin.
-You’re probably wondering how in the heck a 15-year became so popular, and here’s the answer: Caeli is just being herself, and she tackles subjects that women of all ages can relate to.
-With nearly 2 million Twitters followers, and a knack for keeping YouTubers entertained, it’s safe to say that Caeli is wise beyond her years, and quite a possibly an international star-in-the-making.

#7: TheWillyrex

-At only 21 years of age, Guillermo Diaz aka Willyrex has long been demonstrating his masterful "Minecraft" ways on YouTube, and if you’re a fan of the game, well, buckle up, because this guy will take for a ride you won’t soon forget.
-Unlike some intense gamers, Willyrex resists the urge to stay indoors 24/7 and gives his following a thrilling look at his life in Los Angeles.
-But at the end of the day, it’s "Minecraft" that his followers tune in for, and WillyRex does not disappoint.
-If you know somebody that’s into "Minecraft" and DOESN’T know Willy Rex, well you’re about to earn yourself a few points, because once they discover this channel, they’ll drift off into their own special happy place and will forever be indebted to you.

#6: Werevertumorro

-He’s a professional Mexican footballer and his country’s most popular vlogger with over 10 million subscribers.
-Gabriel Montiel Gutierrez has a unique way of expressing love for being on camera, but he always brings his A-game while bringing joy to the his devoted following
-Werevertumorro once joined forces with the #9 entry on our list, and the result was simply unforgettable as they broke down some of the Internet’s epic fails.
-When diving into this Spanish-language YouTube channel, prepare yourself for anything, as Gutierrez offers a comedically absurd take on his daily life.

#5: enchufetv

-They’re one of the Top 50 YouTube Channels, and their channel description is this: “We wanted to make porn, but our mothers would not let us.
-Created by Leonardo Robalino, Christian Moya, Martin Dominguez and Jorge Ulloa, Enchufe TV takes a surrealistic approach to the daily happenings of life in Ecuador. Their first short appeared online in November of 2011, and less than a year later, they were the #1 YouTube channel of their native land.
-One of the more famous sketches included a collaboration with actor Andres Crespo, while the phantasmagorical video “Me Gusta” had people talking all over the world.
-Enchufe TV releases a new sketch once a week, however they also offer viewers a first-hand look at the making of the video along with a short promo. This channel is peculiar AND professional.

#4: elrubiusOMG

-You may know this Spanish YouTuber for his self-described “gayplays” about video games or perhaps for “Epic Vlogs,” and with 12 million subscribers, Ruben Doblas Gundersen aka El Rubius has become one of the most popular vloggers in the word.
-You might say that “Minecraft” has a special place in the heart of Rubius, and his most famous clip focuses on his block-building adventures.
-But don’t think El Rubius doesn’t know how to get down in the real world, as he travels in style and finds a way to collaborate with anyone, anytime, anywhere.
-Of course, he can bust a move as well. Is there anything this guy can’t do?

#3: VEGETTA777
-With over 10 million subs, this man has claimed his spot as one of the definitive authorities of YouTube gamer vlogging.
-Known to the world as Vegetta777, Samuel De Luque has created numerous Minecraft series, including “PlanetaVegetta” and “Zona Minecraft” - the latter being a collaboration with his fellow Los Angeles-based pal WillyRex.
-In fact, Vegetta777 and Willy Rex also published an illustrated story about their gamer lives entitled “Wigetta: Un Viaje Magico.”
-There are casual gamers, and then there are GAMERS. Vegetta777 is the real deal.

#2: DrossRotzank

-Born Angel David Revilla, the Venezuelan YouTuber has long embraced his infamous online presence, and after the success of his personal blog “Dross’s Diary,” he decided to join YouTube in 2006.
-Mysterious and hilarious, this shade-wearing journalist tackles a variety of topics whether it’s religion or creepypastas, which is the exact same thing for some of you out there.
-His series of “Dross Juega” videos have become popular not only for gamer exertise but also for his mini-meltdowns.
-DrossRotzank isn’t for everybody, but ultimately he’s about entertainment, and there’s plenty of darkly comedic material for a downward Internet spiral that you’ll never forget.

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#1: HolaSoyGermán.

-In 2011, an aspiring Chilean musician uploaded his first comedy video to YouTube, and 23 million subscribers later, let’s just say that German Garmendia quit his band.
-Truly a one-man show, HolaSoyGerman has all the classic ingredients to keep viewers coming back for more: crazy eyes, crazy faces and a maniacal energy that would even have Jim Carrey crawl into a corner and sob.
-Of course, it takes a brilliant man to sustain such a large following, and Garmendia was actually named the “Icon of the Year” at the 2014 MTV Millenial Awards.
-As we’ve seen on our list, some people like to game, while others chronicle their daily lives, but there’s no other YouTube channel that brings joy to the lives of others like HolaSoyGerman. Oh, and Mr. Garmendia also has another enormously successful YouTube channel aptly entitled “Juega German.”

That’s it for our countdown. Be sure to find our favorite YouTube music critics on social and don’t forget to vote on upcoming episodes of TopX on our website. Check us out on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to for more great top 10s every day.

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