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Top Hispanic Influencers on YouTube

By Editorial Staff

We have identified the top Hispanic influencers on YouTube to create a useful and concise list for you. Using NeoReach, we analyzed each influencer profile to provide you with their performance metrics and audience demographics.

Top Hispanic Influencer 1: LuzuVlogs

Born in Spain and living in Los Angeles, Luzu has gained over 6.5 million subscribers across all of his Youtube channels. Luzu has a vlogging channel where he showcases his daily life and a popular gaming channel where he commentates everything from Super Mario 64 to Pokemon Go. 

Luzu’s channels are Spanish-speaking and he has a diverse audience. Luzu frequently creates videos with other YouTubers, working previously with Philip DeFranco, and Casey Neistat. Luzu has also been invited to the Youtube Creator Summit 2016

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Top Hispanic Influencer 2: Nicole Guerriero

Nicole Guerriero is an Argentinian fashion and beauty influencer on Youtube. Nicole showcases her daily outfits, adventures, and style tips as she goes about her daily life in Florida. Her bright personality matches her colorful style. In her career, Nicole has been sponsored by Clinique, bareMinerals, Audible, and others.

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Top Hispanic Influencer 3: Bethany Mota

Mexican and Portuguese-American beauty vlogger Bethany Mota has gained over 10 million subscribers since beginning her career on YouTube in 2009. Living in California, Bethany won a Teen Choice Award and a Streamy Award in 2014 for her popular beauty vlogs. With her huge popularity, Bethany has been featured everywhere, from advertisements on the New York Subways to appearing on ABC’s popular Dancing with the Stars. 

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Top Hispanic Influencer 4: Mariale

With over 1.8 million subscribers on Youtube, Venezuelan beauty influencer Mariale Marrero is a hugely successful Hispanic influencer. Living in the United States, Mariale produces high-quality beauty videos on a regular basis. Mariale’s content is in Spanish, and she has collaborated with LATINA magazine and Benefit Cosmetics as a popular Hispanic influencer. 

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Top Hispanic Influencer 5: Maiah Ocando

Venezuelan actress and YouTuber Maiah Ocando has gained over 600,000 subscribers on YouTube. With her creative and fun vlogs, she frequently showcases her lifestyle, fashion, DIY, and acting career in Los Angeles. Maiah’s main channel is in Spanish, but she also has a smaller English-based channel. Along with her vlogs and skits, Maiah has her own web series, One Girl Show, and her instructional videos are among her most popular.

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Top Hispanic Influencer 6: David Lopez

Originally gaining popularity on Vine, Mexican-American David Lopez has quickly gained over 250,000 subscribers on Youtube. Aimed to English-speaking viewers, David makes comedic and satirical videos, often centered around Mexican stereotypes and culture. Living in Los Angeles, David has collaborated with Virgin MobileAXE, and El Telenovela.

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Top Hispanic Influencers 7: iHasCupquake

Tiffany Garcia and her channel “iHasCupquake” has surpassed over 4.7 million subscribers on YouTube, making her a hugely influential Hispanic Youtuber. Tiffany is a gaming influencer and commentates over her gameplay of everything from Sims 3 to Undertale. Tiffany’s audience is primarily young men and women from the United States. Tiffany has worked with the mobile game Egg! and also has her own online merchandise store.

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Top Hispanic Influencer 8: Luan Palomera

Mexican-American Luan Palomera from Los Angeles has gained over 1.6 million subscribers on YouTube. Luan creates social experiment and prank videos, as well as high-quality animations, all of which are in Spanish. His audience is primarily young adults from the United States. Luan’s popular videos include his series “10 Things You Didn’t Know” and his social experiments out on the streets of Los Angeles.

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Top Hispanic Influencer 9: Camila Coelho

Based in Boston, Brazilian beauty and fashion influencer Camila Coelho is one of the largest Latina influencers on YouTube with over 2.6 million followers. Camila creates high-quality makeup and fashion videos in Portuguese. Along with her popular Instagram account, Camila runs her personal blog. She has worked with The Platform as a successful influencer.

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Top Hispanic Influencer 10: Josh Leyva

Mexican-American Josh Leyva lives in Los Angeles and creates hilariously relatable videos on his YouTube channel which currently has over 1.7 million subscribers. Josh’s videos range from parodies to challenge videos with his girlfriend, all of which are aimed towards English-speaking viewers. Since gaining popularity, Josh collaborated with Mixify and created his own merchandise store. 

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This article was written by Editorial Staff

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