YouTube honours Yemi Alade for becoming first female African artiste to pass 1 million subscribers

Yemi Alade

Musician, Yemi Alade, has received an honour from American video-sharing website, YouTube, for becoming the first African female artiste to pass 1 million subscribers.

The 30-year-old singer shared pictures from the ceremony on Instagram on Thursday.

“Thank you God,  thank you @effyzziemusicgroup ,  thank you my family ,  thank you #TEAMYEMIALADE  thank you @justjojoent thank you @youtube Over #1millionsubscribers on #YouTube 1st African female,” she wrote.

Yemi Alade shared a video of the moment she met music superstars, Beyoncé and Jay Z, at the European premiere of the Lion King movie earlier in July.

 Yemi joined colleagues Wizkid, Tiwa Savage and Burna Boy, on the Lion King companion album curated by Beyoncé.