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Shakira Just Reached a Huge YouTube Milestone

Shakira
Ruven Afanador

Shakira photographed on April 2, 2018 at Torre Bellesguard Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona, Spain. 

Only a select group of artists have surpassed the 30 million subscribers on YouTube, and Shakira just became one of them.

Achieving a new milestone in her fruitful career, the Colombian superstar reached 30 million subscribers on her official artist channel, joining a group of only 15 artists, which includes fellow Latin superstar Daddy Yankee, to do so as she rises on YouTube's Global Top Artists chart.

With music videos surpassing the one billion videos, including the Maluma-assisted "Chantaje," "Can't Remember to Forget You" ft. Rihanna and "Waka Waka,"  Shakira arrives at No. 55 on the tally trailing behind fellow hitmaker Nicky Jam who arrives at No. 49.

Other artists who have reached and surpassed 30 million subscribers include Justin Bieber (56 million), Marshmello (47.7 million), Ed Sheeran (45.3 million), BLACKPINK (44 million), EminemMusic (43.9 million) and Daddy Yankee (30.7 million).

Shakira's latest video "Me Gusta" with Anuel, which was released March 6, raked in more than 100 million views in matter of five months.