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English YouTuber and rapper (born 1993)
For other uses, see KSI (disambiguation)


KSI in 2020
Olajide Olayinka Williams Olatunji

(1993-06-19) 19 June 1993 (age 29)

London, England
  • YouTuber
  • rapper
  • songwriter
  • boxer
  • actor
Relatives Deji Olatunji (brother)
YouTube information
  • KSI
Years active 2009–present
  • Entertainment
  • association football
  • comedy
  • gaming
  • music
  • 24 million (main channel)
  • 4139 million (combined)
Total views
  • 594 billion (main channel)
  • 1035 billion (combined)
Associated acts Sidemen
Creator Awards
100,000 subscribers 2011, 2012
1,000,000 subscribers 2012, 2013
10,000,000 subscribers 2015, 2020

Last updated: 25 October 2022

Musical career
  • Hip hop
  • pop
  • garage
  • grime
Years active 2015–present
  • Atlantic Records
  • Warner Music Group
  • RBC (former)
  • BMG (former)
  • Island (former)
  • Dcypha (former)
Musical artist
Boxing career
Nickname(s) The Nightmare
Weight(s) Cruiserweight
Height 6 ft 0 in (183 cm)
Reach 76 in (193 cm)
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 3
Wins 3
Wins by KO 2
Website shopksicom

Olajide Olayinka WilliamsJJOlatunji (born 19 June 1993), known professionally as KSI, is an English YouTuber and rapper He is a co-founder and member of the British YouTube group known as the Sidemen He is the CEO of Misfits Boxing and the co-owner of Prime Hydration energy drink, XIX Vodka and a restaurant chain known as Sides

KSI registered his main YouTube account in 2009 and built a following posting gaming-commentary videos of the FIFA video game series His YouTube content has diversified to include vlog and comedy style videos As of October 2022, he has over 41 million subscribers and over 10 billion video views across his three YouTube channels

KSI’s 2020 debut studio album, Dissimulation, debuted at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart His second studio album, All Over The Place, debuted at number 1 He has achieved fourteen top 40 singles on the UK Singles Chart, seven of them ending up in the Top 10 and five of them ending up in the Top 5 KSI featured in the British comedy film Laid in America (2016), and was the subject of KSI: Can’t Lose (2018), a documentary film following the build-up to his first amateur boxing fight against British YouTuber Joe Weller

He was involved in two further boxing events against American YouTuber Logan Paul, the second of which was a professional bout On 27 August 2022, he was involved in two professional crossover boxing bouts against British rapper Swarmz and Mexican boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda on the same night

Early life

Olajide Olayinka Williams Olatunji was born on 19 June 1993 in London and was raised in Watford, Hertfordshire His father, Jide Adamulla Olatunji, hails from Ibadan, Nigeria His mother, Yinka Atinuke, is from Islington, London He was educated at Berkhamsted School in Berkhamsted, where he met future collaborator and Sidemen member Simon Minter

KSI’s younger brother, Deji Olatunji, is also a YouTuber The brothers ranked first and second respectively as the “UK’s Most Influential YouTube Creators” by Tubular Labs in 2015

YouTube career

2008–2013: Beginnings, FIFA videos and controversy

KSI shooting a video for his YouTube channel in 2012

KSI registered his first account on YouTube under the username “JideJunior” in 2008 while in his early teens He registered his current YouTube account on 24 July 2009 under the name KSIOlajideBT, where he uploaded gaming–commentary videos of the FIFA video game series from his bedroom at his parents’ house in Watford The acronym “KSI” stands for Knowledge Strength Integrity He dropped out of sixth form college to pursue his YouTube career once he was earning steady monthly revenue from his uploads In an interview in 2014, he recounted asking his teacher whether he should drop-out His teacher asked how much KSI was making from YouTube, to which KSI answered, “around £1,500 a month”, which was more than his teacher earned His parents initially disapproved, but later became supportive and featured in a number of his videos

KSI later uploaded more vlog-style content and played a variety of games and in 2012, the channel reached a million subscribers

KSI’s rise to fame was not without controversy He was widely criticised for his self-described ‘rape-face’, a recurring joke on his channel during 2012 and 2013, and was the centre of a controversy following third-party allegations of sexual harassment of female staff at a Eurogamer event in 2012, that went so far as accusing him of sexually assaulting a spokesmodel Brandy Brewer, despite her tweeting that she consented to the motorboat, writing, “it’s called comedy……relax” As a result, Microsoft cut ties with KSI and he was banned from Eurogamer events KSI subsequently apologised “for any offence the video of 15 months ago may have caused in the short time it was on his YouTube channel, references to it since and subsequently used by other people” and stated his desire to move on from the incident and “be judged on the great content and value he gives to brands and partners, without controversy”

2013–present: Sidemen and expanding content

In October 2013, KSI signed with Maker Studios’ sub-network, Polaris Since 19 October 2013, KSI has been part of the British YouTube group known as the Sidemen The group produces online videos, most often consisting of challenges, sketches and video-game commentary, as well as selling exclusive Sidemen merchandise

Since 2014, KSI’s YouTube group the Sidemen have sold and distributed Sidemen Clothing merchandise

In 2015, KSI published a biography titled KSI: I Am a Bellend The book was released on 24 September 2015 in the UK and five days later in the United States, and KSI toured to support the book from its release until 4 October 2015

In 2016, KSI and the Sidemen published Sidemen: The Book, which sold 26,436 copies within three days and topped the hardback nonfiction charts

On 4 August 2017, KSI tweeted that he would be leaving the Sidemen, citing conflicts with fellow member, Ethan Payne Shortly thereafter, he released a number of diss track videos criticising members of his then-former group, to which most of the members responded back with their own Later that month, KSI released a video in which he claimed that he was being deported from the United States for receiving an incorrect visa In November 2017, KSI released a video discussing whether his supposed falling out with the Sidemen was real or fake, saying, ” wasn’t entirely real but wasn’t entirely fake either”

In 2019, he was ranked second by The Sunday Times in its list of the top 100 UK influencers

In 2020, The Times named KSI to be Britain’s biggest influencer

In 2021, Sidemen launched a subscription service known as Side+ They also launched a restaurant chain known as Sides, and a vodka brand known as XIX Vodka

Music career

2015–2016: Early releases

Having written and produced comedy–rap songs for his YouTube channel in 2011, KSI released his debut single, “Lamborghini”, featuring British grime MC P Money, on 23 March 2015, with Dcypha Productions The song charted at number 30 on the UK Singles Chart

“Keep Up”, the title song for KSI’s debut extended play of the same name, featuring Jme, was released on 13 November 2015, reaching number 45 on the UK Singles Chart The full EP was released on 8 January 2016, through Island Records, debuting at number 13 on the UK Albums Chart and number one on the UK R&B Albums Chart

On 29 April 2016, KSI released “Goes Off”, featuring Mista Silva, as the first single from his second EP titled Jump Around The EP’s second single, “Friends with Benefits”, featuring MNDM, was released on 29 July 2016, reaching number 69 on the UK Singles Chart The full EP was released on 28 October 2016 through Island Records One of the EP’s songs, “Touch Down”, featuring rapper and singer Stefflon Don, appeared on the soundtrack of the 2017 film Baywatch

2017–2019: Independent releases

KSI performing in 2019 on his New Age tour

On 23 June 2017, KSI independently released “Creature”, which reached number 100 on the UK Singles Chart “Creature” was the first single from KSI’s third EP, Space, which was released independently on 30 June 2017 On 6 October that year, KSI released his fourth EP, Disstracktions, which includes diss tracks against fellow Sidemen members W2S and Behzinga The EP reached number 31 on the UK Albums Chart and number one on the UK R&B Albums Chart One week before its release, KSI announced that the EP would be his “final release” with Island Records and that he would be releasing music independently

On 2 February 2018, KSI released “Uncontrollable”, featuring Big Zuu The song played during KSI’s ring walk for his boxing fight against Joe Weller and charted at number 89 on the UK Singles Chart KSI released “On Point” on 17 August 2018, which was played during his ring walk for his second boxing bout

On 12 April 2019, KSI released a collaborative album with Randolph titled New Age It debuted at number 17 on the UK Albums Chart and at number one on the UK R&B Albums Chart

2019–2020: New record label signing and Dissimulation

On 4 November 2019, it was announced that KSI had signed with RBC Records and BMG to “take music to the next level” and “further develop his music career in the US and internationally” In addition to managing KSI’s future releases, it was confirmed that the label would be administering and reissuing KSI’s independent catalogue recordings That day, it was confirmed that KSI had already started recording his debut studio album On 8 November 2019, “Down Like That”, featuring Rick Ross, Lil Baby and S-X, was released as the album’s lead single It was performed live by the three featured artists as KSI’s entrance music for his boxing rematch against Logan Paul The song peaked at number 10 on the UK Singles Chart and it has been certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) for sales of 200,000 units in the country A further three singles preceded the album: “Wake Up Call”, featuring Trippie Redd, which debuted at number 11 on the UK Singles Chart; “Poppin”, featuring Lil Pump and Smokepurpp, which charted at number 43 in the UK; and “Houdini”, featuring Swarmz and Tion Wayne, which debuted at number six on the UK Singles Chart and received a silver certification from the BPI

KSI’s debut studio album, titled Dissimulation, was released on 22 May 2020 The album debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart and further charted in 15 other countries It was the UK’s best-selling debut album by a British artist in 2020 and it has been certified gold by the BPI for sales of 100,000 units in the country The album spawned two further UK top 40 singles, “Cap”, featuring Offset, and “Killa Killa”, featuring Aiyana-Lee KSI was scheduled to perform at Parklife, Longitude and Reading and Leeds music festivals in 2020 to promote Dissimulation, but these were later cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

KSI featured on “Lighter” by British DJ and record producer Nathan Dawe The song peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart and became one of the UK’s best-selling songs of 2020 It has been certified platinum by the BPI for sales of 600,000 units in the UK and it was nominated for Best British Single at the 2021 BRIT Awards KSI also featured on “Loose” by Zimbabwean-British artist S1mba, which peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart

2020–2021: All Over the Place and The Online Takeover

On 23 October 2020, KSI released the first single from his second album, “Really Love” featuring Craig David and Digital Farm Animals, which peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart and has been certified gold by the BPI On 15 January 2021, KSI released the album’s second single, “Don’t Play” with Anne-Marie and Digital Farm Animals The song debuted at number two on the UK Singles Chart, becoming KSI’s highest-charting single in the UK to date, and has been certified platinum by the BPI On 12 March 2021, KSI released the album’s third single, “Patience” featuring Yungblud and Polo G, which debuted at number 3 on the UK Singles Chart and has been certified silver by the BPI

On 16 February 2021, KSI announced on Twitter the creation of his own record label named “The Online Takeover” in partnership with his music manager Mams Taylor Shortly after, he announced the first signee of his label, which was American-British singer Aiyana-Lee, who featured on the track “Killa Killa”

On 26 April 2021, KSI announced via his social media the release of his second album All Over the Place, which was released on 16 July 2021 It debuted at number 1 on the UK Album Charts, giving KSI his first-ever chart-topper, and has been certified gold by the BPI for surpassing 100,000 sales in the country

On 18 June 2021, KSI released the album’s fourth single, “Holiday”, which was only featured on the platinum edition of the album The single was originally not planned to be on the album and “You” was set to be the fourth single to be released on 4 June Due to people leaking songs off the album, including “You”, the fourth single was changed to “Holiday” The song debuted at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart, making it KSI’s highest-charting solo single to date

On 6 August 2021, KSI released the album’s fifth single, “Lose” with American rapper Lil Wayne, and was the lead single for the deluxe edition of the album, which was released on 27 August The single peaked at number 18 on the UK Singles Chart and also debuted at number 86 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming KSI’s first ever single to enter that chart

2022–present: New releases and upcoming album

On 6 May 2022, KSI featured on “Locked Out” by S-X The single is S-X’s third single for his debut album “Locked Out” became S-X’s first single to chart in the UK Official Charts which peaked at number 53

On 13 May 2022, KSI announced that he and Proper Loud have signed Yxng Dave to The Online Takeover, marking him the second artist to be signed to the label

On 30 May 2022, it was announced that KSI had signed with Atlantic Records and Warner Music UK “following his huge collaboration with Anne-Marie on Don’t Play” On 5 August 2022, KSI released “Not Over Yet” featuring Tom Grennan “Not Over Yet” charted at number four on the UK Single Charts, and debuted at number one on The Official Big Top 40 The single marked the first record under Atlantic Records A remix featuring Headie One and Nines released on 28 August and served as KSI’s ring walk tune in his bout against Luis Alcaraz Pineda on 27 August 2022 On 30 September, KSI released “Summer Is Over”

Boxing career

Amateur career

KSI vs Weller

Supposed hostilities between KSI and British YouTuber Joe Weller began towards the end of 2017 Following public disagreements on Twitter and diss-tracks between the pair, they announced that they would host an amateur boxing match on 3 February 2018 at Copper Box Arena, London, to settle the feud During the announcement, the pair confronted each other, with KSI mocking Weller’s struggles with depression and his use of antidepressants for which he later apologised

The fight was won by KSI 1 minute and 37 seconds into the third round by way of technical knockout KSI expressed his respect for Weller after the fight for being “way harder, way tougher than I thought,” and praised him for his commitment to raising awareness for mental health, before calling out American YouTuber Logan Paul, his brother Jake Paul, and retired footballer Rio Ferdinand

KSI vs Paul

Main article: KSI vs Logan Paul

On 24 February 2018, it was announced that KSI would be fighting Logan Paul in a white-collar boxing amateur boxing match The fight ended as a majority draw, with two judges scoring the fight even at 57–57 and a third judge scoring 58–57 in favour of KSI

KSI fighting Logan Paul at the Staples Center, Los Angeles

Professional career

KSI vs Paul II

Main article: KSI vs Logan Paul II

A rematch between KSI and Paul was held on 9 November 2019 at the Staples Center, Los Angeles, and was promoted by Eddie Hearn Unlike the first fight, the rematch was a professional fight without the use of headgear KSI was trained by professional boxers Viddal Riley and Jeff Mayweather, uncle of Floyd Mayweather Jr KSI defeated Paul via split decision, with two judges scoring the bout 56–55 and 57–54 in favour of KSI, and a third judge scoring the fight 56–55 in favour of Paul

KSI vs Swarmz

Main article: KSI vs Swarmz & Luis Alcaraz Pineda

On 22 June 2021, KSI announced that he and Wasserman Promotions had partnered up to launch a boxing promotional company titled “Misfits Boxing” The first event was scheduled to take place on 27 August 2022 with KSI also set to make his boxing return as the main event

On 1 July 2022, it was announced that KSI vs Alex Wassabi was scheduled to take place on 27 August 2022; however, due to a major concussion, it was announced on 6 August that Swarmz would be Wassabi’s replacement This marked the first event under KSI’s promotion company Misfits Boxing A series of other boxing events titled “MF & DAZN: X Series” in collaboration with DAZN, who were the distributors for KSI’s previous rematch against Logan Paul, was announced, along with events to follow, marking the KSI vs Swarmz event X Series 001 KSI defeated Swarmz via 2nd round KO and won the ICB World cruiserweight title

KSI vs Alcaraz Pineda

Main article: KSI vs Swarmz & Luis Alcaraz Pineda

On 16 August, it was announced that KSI will be facing a second opponent, thus billing the event “2 Fights 1 Night” His initial second fight was scheduled to be against the Bulgarian boxer Ivan Nikolov, who was pulled from the fight due to Nikolov having multiple white supremacist and Neo-Nazi tattoos On 20 August, the Mexican professional boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda was announced as KSI’s second opponent on 27 August KSI defeated Pineda via 3rd round KO KSI then proceeded to call out Slim Albaher, winner of the Austin McBroom vs AnEsonGib bout, Andrew Tate, and Tommy Fury

KSI vs Danis

Main article: KSI vs Dillon Danis

On 19 November 2022, the KSI vs Dillon Danis bout was announced to be scheduled to take place at the Wembley Arena on 14 January 2023 as the fourth event under Misfits Promotion since its inception

Other ventures


Main article: Laid in America

In 2016 KSI and Caspar Lee starred in the British direct-to-video comedy film Laid in America The film was written and directed by Sam Milman and Peter Vass, and was produced by The Fun Group LLC and Max Gottlieb The film was released direct-to-video by Universal Pictures on 26 September 2016 Jason Best of Movie Talk gave the film 1 out of 5 and called it “Crass and witless”

In 2018 KSI released a documentary film titled KSI: Can’t Lose The film reveals the behind the scenes of what led KSI to become the YouTube champing of the world after his boxing debut fight against fellow YouTube star Joe Weller, and how KSI will use what he learned to fight Logan Paul The film was produced by fellow YouTuber Callux’s film studio After Party Studios and was distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

KSI makes a brief appearance in the Amazon Original sports docuseries All or Nothing: Arsenal, which documented the club by spending time with the coaching staff and players behind the scenes both on and off the field throughout their 2021–22 season

In 2022, it was announced that KSI’s life and career would be the subject of a documentary produced by Amazon Prime Video and Louis Theroux, with Theroux stating that it would be “an opportunity to see another side of JJ, understanding how he got where he is, the world of a premium online content creator today, and a man who has made it his brand never to lose, as he takes on the music business”

Video games

In 2016 KSI teamed up with Endemol Shine Group to publish KSI Unleashed, a video game that launched on iOS and Android systems KSI poked jabs at fellow YouTuber PewDiePie claiming that “why would I make anyone have to spend money to buy my mobile app game” referring to the fact that PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist was not a free application KSI Unleashed was removed from the Google Play Store and App Store on an unknown date

In 2018 KSI’s YouTube group the Sidemen teamed up with True Georgie and Viker Limited to release BoxTuber, a video game that launched on iOS and Android systems The game was made to promote the KSI vs Logan Paul boxing match by featuring different YouTubers that the player can fight After 24 hours after the game’s released, BoxTuber climbed to the top of the UK iTunes charts BoxTuber was removed from the Google Play Store and App Store on an unknown date

Prime Hydration

Main article: Prime Hydration

In 2022 during an Instagram Live, KSI announced that he and Logan Paul had founded a hydration company known as Prime

On 23 May 2022 it was announced that Prime Hydration would be Timmy Hill’s NASCAR sponsor for the #13 car

On 28 July 2022 Arsenal FC announced a joint marketing agreement with Prime Hydration

Personal life

KSI is a supporter of Arsenal FC In his “Googling Myself” video, KSI revealed that he is agnostic

In late November 2018, Deji revealed KSI’s personal bank records in a video KSI later condemned Deji’s actions and expressed his disappointment towards his parents for allowing the publication of his financial records In November 2019, KSI revealed that their feud was settled, stating that “brothers fight and there’s always gonna be a situation where, because we’re in the public eye, everything gets blown out of proportion”

Income and wealth

Forbes reported that KSI was contracted to earn a minimum amount of $900,000 from his second fight against Logan Paul in 2019

In 2015, KSI’s earnings were estimated by Forbes as being over $45 million, ranking him as the fifth-highest paid YouTuber in the world

In 2018, Esquire magazine reported that, according to Social Blade, KSI can make up to £250,000 in advertising revenue from one video and that product endorsements on his social media cost around £75,000 Heavy reported in the same year that KSI was the director of three UK companies with equity totalling £17 million ($22 million)

Business Insider reported that KSI’s amateur boxing match versus Logan Paul in 2018 generated around £85 million ($11 million) from pay-per-view revenue alone and a further live gate revenue of over £27 million ($35 million) from ticket sales Some estimates calculated the potential earnings from the fight at £30 million to £40 million each, but KSI dismissed these claims, stating that his earnings were “a high amount”, but “nowhere near £40 million or £20 million”

In an interview with Men’s Health, KSI confirmed that he also owns over ten properties “all around England” with a combined worth of over £10 million

In 2020, The Sunday Times estimated KSI’s earnings to be £12 million a year and a year later, they believed that his estimated earnings had gone up by another £13 million


In 2015, KSI donated $10,000 to an online charity stream done by YouTuber Castro1021, and participated in the Race Against Slime event, raising money for SpecialEffect, a foundation developing technology to aid people with physical disabilities to play video games Between 2016 and 2022, KSI and the rest of the Sidemen hosted and participated in four charity football events, raising just shy of £400,000 for various charities, including the Saint’s Foundation, Childline, Young Minds and the Charlton Athletic Community Trust On 8 May 2020, KSI helped out at a food bank to support The Independent‘s Help the Hungry campaign On 18 December 2020, KSI prepared meals to support the Evening Standard‘s Food for London Now campaign KSI donated £10,000 to BBC Radio 1’s “Lol-a-thon” fundraiser for Comic Relief on 11 March 2021 On 30 March 2021, it was announced that KSI had signed an open letter, written by Lenny Henry, to urge Black British people to take the COVID-19 vaccine

Boxing record


3 fights 3 wins 0 losses
By knockout 2 0
By decision 1 0
No Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
4 Dillon Danis – (6) 14 Jan 2023 Wembley Arena, London, England
3 Win 3–0 Luis Alcaraz Pineda KO 3 (3), 0:50 27 Aug 2022 The O2 Arena, London, England
2 Win 2–0 Swarmz KO 2 (3), 0:28 27 Aug 2022 The O2 Arena, London, England Won ICB World cruiserweight title
1 Win 1–0 Logan Paul SD 6 9 Nov 2019 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, US


2 fights 1 win 0 losses
By knockout 1 0
Draws 1
No Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
2 Draw 1–0–1 Logan Paul MD 6 25 Aug 2018 Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
1 Win 1–0 Joe Weller TKO 3 (6), 1:30 3 Feb 2018 Copper Box Arena, London, England

Pay-per-view bouts

United Kingdom
No Date Fight Billing Network Buys Revenue Source(s)
1 25 August 2018 KSI vs Paul YouTube 1,300,000 £13,000,000
2 27 August 2022 KSI vs Swarmz
KSI vs Alcaraz Pineda
2 Fights 1 Night DAZN 445,000 £4,450,000
3 14 January 2023 KSI vs Danis Uncaged DAZN
Total 1,745,000 £17,450,00
United States
No Date Fight Billing Network Buys Revenue Source(s)
1 9 November 2019 KSI vs Paul II DAZN (US) 1,784,000
Sky Box Office (UK) 216,000 £2,160,000
Total 2,000,000 £2,160,000


Year Title Role Notes Ref
2016 Laid in America Duncan Lead role
2018 KSI: Can’t Lose Himself Documentary
2019 Test Case Tola Short film
Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes Ref
2013 The Gadget Show Himself Series 17; Episode 5
2013 Friday Download Series 6; Episode 10
2016 Rise of the Superstar Vloggers Documentary
2017 Saturday Mash-Up! Episode: Cel Spellman
2018 The Big Narstie Show Series 1; Episode 6
2020 Top Gear Series 28, Episode 5
2020 Sport Relief 2020 Television special
The Playlist Series 4; Episode 8
2020–2021 Celebrity Gogglebox Series 2 (episodes 1–4) and Series 3 (episode 6–8)
2020 Gogglebox Series 16
2021 The Great Stand Up to Cancer Bake Off Contestant Series 4; episode 4
Blue Peter Himself Episode dated 22 July 2021
2022 All or Nothing: Arsenal Documentary; episode: “New Beginnings”
Year Title Role Notes Ref
2014 5-A-Side Matt Clark 5 episodes
KSI Demolished Himself 5 episodes
The Sidemen Experience 5 episodes
2016 Pass the Pad Presenter; 5 episodes
2018 The Sidemen Show 7 episodes
Formula E Voltage Episode: “2018 Ad Diriyah ePrix”
2020 The Creator Games 1 Lost playing rock paper scissors against Matt Dajer
The Creator Games 2 Lost playing trivia against Rosanna Pansino
KSI in video games Video games
Year Title Role Notes Ref
2021 Roblox Himself KSI held an album launch party in Roblox


Year Game Type Platforms Developer Ref
2016 KSI Unleashed Action Android, iOS Endemol Shine Group
2018 BoxTuber Sports Viker Limited


Main articles: KSI discography and List of songs recorded by KSI

Studio albums

  • Dissimulation (2020)
  • All Over the Place (2021)

Collaborative albums

  • New Age (with Randolph) (2019)

Concert tours

  • Jump Around Tour (2016)
  • The New Age Tour (2019)
  • All Over The Place Tour (2021–2022)


  • KSI (24 September 2015) KSI: I Am a Bellend Orion Publishing Group ISBN 978-1409161233
  • KSI (29 September 2015) I Am a Tool: How to Be a YouTube Kingpin and Dominate the Internet HarperCollins ISBN 978-1473648166

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref
2012 Shorty Awards Best in Gaming Himself Nominated
2016 NME Awards Vlogger of the Year Himself Won
2017 Shorty Awards YouTuber of the Year Himself Nominated
British Book Awards Non-Fiction: Lifestyle Book of the Year “Sidemen: The Book” (shared with the Sidemen) Nominated
BBC Radio 1’s Teen Choice Awards Best British Vlogger Himself Nominated
2018 Global Awards Social Media Superstar Himself Nominated
2019 Shorty Awards Best YouTube Ensemble Himself (shared with the Sidemen) Nominated
The Ring Year-End Awards Event of the Year “KSI vs Logan Paul II” (shared with Logan Paul) Nominated
2020 MTV Awards Hottest Summer Superstar Himself Nominated
MOBO Awards Best Media Personality Himself Nominated
Amazon Music UK Best Song “Lighter” (shared with Nathan Dawe) Won
2021 The BRIT Awards Song of the Year “Lighter” (shared with Nathan Dawe) Nominated
Music Week Awards PR Campaign Himself (shared with Carver PR) Nominated
MTV Awards Hottest Summer Superstar Himself Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards Best UK & Ireland Act Himself Nominated
Artist & Manager Awards Breakthrough Artist of the Year Himself Nominated
2022 The BRIT Awards Song of the Year “Don’t Play” (shared with Anne-Marie & Digital Farm Animals) Nominated
“Holiday” Nominated
Global Awards Best British Act Himself Nominated
Rated Awards Personality of the Year Himself Won
Streamy Awards Best Creator Product Prime Hydration (shared with Logan Paul) Pending


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