As the world is waking up to the injustices that surround black people all over the world, it has also become more and more evident that we need to make a conscious effort to support and promote black content creators. From the world of beauty, fashion, lifestyle, entertainment and education, we’ve collated our very own list of 100 black bloggers, influencers and content creators you should be following on social media.

Fisayo Longe

Temi Otedola

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you can’t lose what you don’t need

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Abimbola Ogunsanya

Onyii Bekeh

Dimma Umeh

Jackie Aina

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let’s have THAT conversation

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Shewa Jay


Nyma Tang

Abbie Ogunsanya

Ropo Demure


Whitney Madueke

Chanel Ambrose

Oroma Roxella Rukevwe

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Another one by @eniafemomodu

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Zainab Hassan

Grandy Kat


Sandra Afamefuna

Wunmi Bello

Maryam Adedeji



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I’m a little bit different, do you get it?

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AJ Odudu

Gratsi Katega

Hannah Olateju


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ad| Halters & Back Bodysuit from @prettylittlething

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Rutendo Tichiwangani

Dami Faces Artistry

Jacqueline Ilumoka

Ayola O

Hodhen Liaden

Gifty Bonsu

Sharonn Imonode


Priscilla Anyabu

Molly Styles

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Things get harder before you level up…know that !

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Nissy Tee

Breeny Lee

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dust settles, queens don’t. @sundarbay

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Dodos Uvieghara

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There’s beauty in simplicity ✨

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Ifeoma Amadi (Sia in style)

Halimat Magaji

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The power.

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Alexandriah Sho-Silva

Ashley Okoli

Yvonne Victoria

Kaz Kamwi

Anjola Fagbemi (Bejewelled Bud)



Olivia Arukwe



Cassie Daves

Juliette Foxx

Nande Jemimah Kefas

Valerie Egbuniwe

Itoro Essien (howistyledit)

Lade Ibikunle

Stephanie (metrogypsie)

Jessica Ufuoma

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Memories from October.

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Hadiza Lawal (Woven Blends)

Chinyere Adogu

Alma Rex-Ezonfade

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Yesterday, in Versace…✨✨

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The Oddity

Sanchan (The White Melanin)

Kemi Ope-Ifa

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Profile ✨✨

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Adaora Soludo

Maryam Salam

Melissa’s Wardrobe

Lydia Dinga

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Baby you finer than your fine cousin.

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Temilola Young (t.lolo_)


Hamdiya Hamid


Tajé Prest

Olumayowa (Mayowa Reads)

Mimi Missfit

Erica Matthews


Vee Kativhu

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Hold onto your wigs & edges because GUESS who’s been nominated for the Best Newcomer Award for the COSMOPOLITAN AWARDS 2020 @cosmopolitanuk sponsored by Pandora. @theofficialpandora !! What is actual life???? Who would’ve thought I’d EVER see my name on the Cosmopolitan website? – I’d really really appreciate it if you voted for me! I know awards are not the be all and end all but I feel like we’ve earned it. I feel like we stand for something so precious and beautiful, diversity, equality, empowerment and access into education. And I think winning something like for a channel like ours would make such strides in the industry and give a new perspective! – it would mean the WORLD to me if you vote! If you do pls let me know so I can say thank you!! THE LINK IS IN MY BIO.

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Toni Tone

Uche Natori

Mariam Musa–HiA_jP8v/

Olivia Gold

Edee Beau

Raven Navera

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Surrounding myself with things that make me smile.

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Shantania Beckford

Sophie Ayomide

Annie Drea


Chloe Kitembo

Char Ellesse

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v appreciative of all you new followers, due to wanting to diversify your feed, but i do want to reiterate that i am not a qualified educator. everything that you see on my page comes from the perspective of a queer black woman, which you can all learn from. but i am multifaceted, and being a marginalised person speaking on my lived experiences is what i do naturally, but it isn’t all that i am. i hope that you’re able to enjoy all of me in all of my multifaceted glory, and continue to support my content even if it isn’t a post directly being a resource of helping you navigate dismantling your yt privilege. i stay keeping it real, and refuse to shrink myself for the comfort of my oppressors. my DMs are not a place for your yt guilt diary entries, and the comment sections aren’t a forum, so please refrain from doing either because i have no qualms regarding deleting shit to keep this a safe space. you’re not here by accident though, so i do hope that you take the opportunity to feel uncomfortable at times and learn something. w love, char x

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In the last 72 hours, there's been an influx of new faces join me on this little corner of the internet — just over 1 thousand 500 new faces. Welcome, and thank you for joining me. I thought I'd introduce myself to those new here. My name is Lauren Nicole; I'm 22, born in North-West London, raised in West London, with my heart firmly in Barbados. My personality is probably as loud as this outfit from @rebdolls [ad]. I'm a plus-size model, content creator, writer, and founder of and @laurennicoledigital. I appreciate you joining me, and I appreciate those who led you to me. It feels a little strange going back to the usual schedule, but in the words of @gracefvictory; "When is the right time to begin to live again? Begin to work. Begin the mundane tasks of hoovering, doing the washing and answering emails. But then I remember, that this is ⁣exactly what we, as black people do. ⁣ ⁣ We continue, even when we are tired, depleted or hurt. We shouldn't have to, but what other choice do we have. My bills still need to be paid, and if I sink any deeper, I'm afraid I won't come back… so we move, as they say.⁣"

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Frederique Harrel

Kiitan A

Adaeze Onah


Nifesimi Akingbe

Eki Ogunbor


Ronke Raji Adeola


Lala Raeee

Racheal King

Asiyami Gold