25.02 2020 11:00h

The Top 13 YouTubers In The Middle East

Here's a list of the BEST vloggers in the MENA region
Youtuber, YouTube, Social Media, Vlogging


While he's known for his tech review videos and vlogging experiences like the unveiling of new Apple products on EMKWAN Reviews, Emkwan also covers topics in lifestyle and everyday life on his channel EMKWAN Vlogs.  If you're into all things tech and smartphone, but sure to check out his channel.


As one of the first content creators in the region to embrace YouTube and rack up over 100 million views on his channel, Ahmed "DVLZGame" Al-Nasheet is best known for sharing gaming-related content and covering exclusive events (like the Star Wars 2019 Celebrations in Chicago). He is also one of the hosts of hit MBC Action series “Action Ya Eyal” and an official FIFA and Star Wars ambassador within the MENA region.

Sam Chui

Let's take it to the sky. Trying to decide which airline to try out next or need a little assurance to get over your flying fear?, This guy's got the answers.

Nina Ubhi

Hailing from London, UK Nina Ubhi is one of the most well-known makeup artists in the region. With over a decade of experience Nina provides her services to an elite, global clientele and runs expert masterclasses where she reveals her trade secrets to achieving flawless makeup looks.

She also recently launched her own line of faux cruelty-free eyelashes, The Mink Eyelash Collection. If you're into professional beauty tutorials and product recommendations from an expert, be sure to check out her channel.


This self-proclaimed 'Rich Kid in the Middle East' has captivated the region with his over the top, extravagant lifestyle and, oh of course, tons of super cars. From gifting Roll Royce cars to buying a Bugatti in cash, this is a must subscribe for car enthusiasts around the world.

Lana Rose

While she's been known as Mo Vlogs' sister in the past, Lana Rose is making a name for herself in the music industry. Throughout the past few years, she's released multiple singles and music videos to her channel. With a hauntingly beautiful voice, it's easy to understand why her videos are often trending on YouTube.

Bin Baz

Abdulaziz "Bin Baz" Baz is an Emirati comedian famous for his hilarious comedy videos on his YouTube channel. If you're looking for a good laugh, check him out both on YouTube and Instagram.


This twenty-one-year old beauty guru is known for her makeup tutorials and DIY home beauty tips, both on YouTube and Instagram. She recently won Cosmopolitan Middle East's "Best in Beauty" at their Influencer Awards ceremony.


In case you thought we couldn't go any younger on this list, our next YouTube baller is Rashed Belhasa, a 17-year-old sneakerhead and massive car enthusiast. Which one does he love more? Considering he's had an Cadillac Escalade modelled after a Yeezy, we'll let you be the judge of that. With a ludicrous lifestyle and guest appearances at his house from stars like Pogba, Fat Joe and Mariah Carey he scales the YouTube charts.

Lowi Sahi

Highly successful with the greatest reason of all time for producing videos.....to document his life for his kids rather than explain it. Endearing, hilarious and YouTube loves him for it.

Saygin Yalcin

He's founder & CEO of the Middle largest car buying service, SellAnyCar.com, so it won't be hard to guess what this is about. We're kidding, that's not all. This Dubai millionaire takes you through a tour of his life and gives you a little business guidance along the way.

Huda Beauty

Huda Kattan is one of the biggest beauty YouTubers and entrepreneurs in the world. After running her very successful beauty blog, she launched her cosmetics line in 2013. In addition to creating content for YouTube, she also has her own Facebook Watch show, appropriately titled Huda Boss.

Tareq alHarbi

While he's best known for the content he uploads to other social media platforms, this Saudi comedian-content creator shares both comedy and music videos on his YouTube channel. 

Who are your favourite regional YouTubers? Let us know in the comments below.


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