This week’s Vlog of the Week is a musical but also general lifestyle channel that consistently puts out high quality content. Dodie posts many covers as well as original songs.

Since she joined YouTube in 2011, Dodie has built her channel up to 1.9 million subscribers. At the young age of 25, Dodie has a large following who support her YouTube channel but also her music releases.

Dodie has two channels: ‘doddleoddle‘ and ‘doddlevloggle

Doddleoddle has more edited and professional singing videos. These include her new music releases and collaborations with other singing channels like Julia Nunes and Tessa Violet.

Doddlevloggle has more personal videos like tutorials and general chit chat videos. This is where she posts the videos about her mental health and sexuality.

Dodie’s lovable and gentle personality draws people in the watching her videos. She has a large group of loyal fans that have been watching her since she was 16. This creates a close connection between Dodie and her subscribers because she has been very open about mental health and sexuality over her time on YouTube. Not only does she release high quality music, she also posts videos that young people can relate to.

I’ve watched Dodie for about 5 years now and her channel has never been one that I get bored of. I always come back to her music and I have watched her ‘Original Songs’ playlist on YouTube countless times. I think her channel would be a good one to add to your subscriber page even if her videos are something to play in the background.


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