7 Trending Versions Of "Manike Mage Hithe"

7 trending covers of Manike Mage Hithe which you will fall in love with.

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Manike Mage Hithe is a worldwide sensation right now. An original by Satheeshan Ratnayake, who also collaborated with Yohani De Silva for its official cover, became an instant hit on YouTube within just a few weeks.
Yohani's unique, soothing tone made it a global favourite, which now has received over 139 million views and counting. It's shining on many international top charts too, including Viral 50 Global on Spotify, Australia Top Songs on YT Music, Top 200 Global on Shazam and more.
Furthermore, it made way for Yohani's Bollywood debut, with the title track of Sunny Kaushal-Radhika Madan’s "Shiddat." She's performing in a number of concerts in New Delhi and Hyderabad as we speak. 
So we thought of bringing you 7 trending versions of Manike Mage Hithe inspired by Yohani's cover song, which will make you fall in love with this song over and over again.

Miah Essa Mehak

This is perhaps the most adorable cover of Manike Mage Hithe. It's sung by the 5-year-old Miah Essa Mehak in Kerala, who contested in Flowers Top Singer Season 2. 

Karolina Protsenko

Karolina Protsenko, the popular 13-year-old performing artist from California, made this amazing violin cover of Manike Mage Hithe. As of now, her fan base on YouTube is close to 6 million, and this cover has about 4.2 million views. 

Daniele Vitale

A well-known Italian saxophonist, Daniele Vitale managed to add an extra romantic vibe to Manike Mage Hithe, by his lovely saxophone cover. He published this cover on YouTube like a week ago, and it already has about 639K views. 


Aish, an Indian, YouTube star made her Sinhala cover debut, by creating a cover for Manike Mage Hithe. Within just 3 weeks, it managed to capture the eyes and hearts of over 2.4 million viewers.

Nandy Sisters

The wonderful Nandy Sisters from India, Ankita Nandy and Antara Nandy, brilliantly mashed up their jam; Rowdy Baby with Manike Mage Hithe. It has this nice acoustic touch and is passing the 527K views as we speak. 

Saptadwipa Bhattacharjee

This remake of Manike Mage Hithe includes a dash of Bangala folk music. A teacher and singer from Kolkata, this is in fact, Saptadwipa's first music cover on YouTube, which now has earned 235K views.  


Arjun is a London-based singer and this cover is his first attempt to sing a Sinhala song. It has gained so much popularity, 1.4 million views to be exact, over just 2 weeks.  

Janashin Khan & Yashvi Singh

A collaborative effort of Janashin Khan & Yashvi Singh from Kolkata, this is the beautiful Hindi version of Manike Mage Hithe