YouTuber Wengie “Lacing Up” her Music Career

On March 9, 2019, Australia’s well-known YouTube personality and singer Wengie released her latest music video for the song “Lace Up”.

The colorful video features Wengie along with four back-up dancers giving guys run for their money at a baseball match.

The fun video shows the girls dancing around different locations all the while kicking some serious butt.

When you look at Wengie in the music video, she might remind you of Ariana Grande but in a good way. And her outfits perfectly complement the vibe of the music video.

The music video is a 2:50 minutes of pure jolliness. And the lyrics give you the motivation to leave that trash of a man behind and love yourself.

Overall, the music video for “Lace Up” is a fun watch and would make you want to bust a few moves if you’re really into it.

Wengie also dropped a dance practice video of “Lace Up” if you want to learn the fun dance routine and set the stage on fire.

Check out her video.


More about Wengie.

Born Wendie Ayche, Wengie is a Chinese-Australian YouTuber. Her videos mostly focus on “Do It Yourself” (DIY), fashion, and beauty.

She was born in Guangzhou, China and moved to Australia when she was very little.

Apart from posting videos on video, she is also a singer, vlogger, and a voice artist.


YouTube Fame.

She started her YouTube journey from 2013 and in the last 5 years has garnered over 13 million subscribers. This gave her the title of Australia’s most popular YouTuber.

By 2016 her channel became one of the fastest growing YouTube channels gaining 4 million subscribers in just 3 months. As of 2018, she has more than 1.2 billion views on her channel.

Wengie started off YouTube posting mostly DIY videos, sli4me making videos, and pranks. Her boyfriend Maxmello who is also a YouTuber also helps her out with some of her contents.

In fact, the two of them have a separate YouTube channel “ReactiCorns” where they take on different challenges, make reaction videos, etc.

Apart from her official channel “Wengie” and another one with her boyfriend, Wengie has four more YouTube channels.

“Wengie Music” is where she posts all her songs, music videos, and dance routine videos. “Wengie Music Asia” is the channel for all her Asian music.

In “LearniCorns,” she and her team post videos about some really interesting and important things ranging from science to nature, the human body and what not.

And finally, “Rude Robot,” a channel that posts handpicked electro, future, chill music compilation.

In 2017 Wengie was able to scoop the awards for “Best Channel” and “Overall Winner” at the 2017 Australian Online Video Awards.


Music Journey.

Wengie released her first ever single on July 13, 2017. The song was “Oh I Do” and it was released in China.

The song peaked at number 5 while debuting at number 11 on the Chinese music charts.

Her debut English song was, however, “Cake” which was released on July 10, 2018. The song has over 8 million views to date.


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Since “Cake,” Wengie has released three more songs “Déjà vu,” “Ugly Christmas Sweater,” and the latest release “Lace Up”.

Apart from her music career, Wengie has also tried her hand in voice acting.

She was cast as the voice of Blisstina “Bliss” Utonium in the Australian and New Zealand versions of The Powerpuff Girls: Power of Four.

With ever growing popularity, Wendie “Wengie” Ayche is making her mark as a powerful and successful YouTuber as well as a singer. And we wish nothing but the best for her.

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