Yui Yatyer

1978 - Today

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Yui Yatyer (Thai: ยุ้ย ญาติเยอะ, RTGS: Yatyoe), real name Jariya Preedakul (จริยา ปรีดากูล), is a Luk thung singer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Yui Yatyer has received more than 7,684 page views. Her biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia. Yui Yatyer is the 3,942nd most popular singer (down from 3,595th in 2019), the 163rd most popular biography from Thailand (down from 136th in 2019) and the 27th most popular Thai Singer.

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  • 7.7k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 28.14

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 22

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 1.55

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 4.22

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among singers, Yui Yatyer ranks 3,942 out of 4,381Before her are Manuel Medrano, Leonora, Justs Sirmais, Clay Aiken, Emis Killa, and Lesley Roy. After her are Neil Sanderson, Jesy Nelson, Leonor Andrade, Schoolboy Q, H.E.R., and Banks.

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Among people born in 1978, Yui Yatyer ranks 1,029Before her are Rowen Fernández, Petra Dallmann, Darío Figueroa, André Pinto, Svetlana Lapina, and Clay Aiken. After her are Rubén Garabaya, Neil Sanderson, Galib Jafarov, Svetoslav Todorov, Ariel Pink, and Marion Wagner.

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In Thailand

Among people born in Thailand, Yui Yatyer ranks 163 out of 186Before her are Wiradech Kothny (1979), Wijan Ponlid (1976), Chaiya Mitchai (1974), Thitiphan Puangjan (1993), Chai Hansen (1989), and Panipak Wongpattanakit (1997). After her are Witwisit Hiranyawongkul (1989), Fon Tanasoontorn (1974), Thepchaiya Un-Nooh (1985), Cherprang Areekul (1996), Kaeo Pongprayoon (1980), and Worapoj Petchkoom (1981).

Among SINGERS In Thailand

Among singers born in Thailand, Yui Yatyer ranks 27Before her are Honey Sri-Isan (1970), Natty (2002), Santi Duangsawang (1968), Phai Phongsathon (1982), Artiwara Kongmalai (1979), and Kratae R-Siam (1987). After her are Mangpor Chonthicha (1983), Vieng Narumon (1991), and Sorn (1996).