A lot of millennials nowadays love taking videos of themselves or anything in particular that could relate to other people their age all over the world. Sharing of videos is a thing right now because it’s an easy way to be famous or be idolized by or just to entertain. YouTube is a perfect site to share these videos and not only is it full of artists that are role models, but also of tutorials for almost about anything under the sun.
YouTube is a website where you could share your videos in the hopes that someone would notice it and think that it’s cool. But otherwise, videos that are full of excitement, interesting and overall entertaining are mostly viewed because of how unique and funny it is. Most videos on YouTube are about music. There are music videos and covers that are posted by other artists. Some clips are about tutorials about anything; from cooking to making your own music. There are users who also upload their daily “vlogs” or video blogs wishing to share their everyday life. Many of them are inspiring and are genuinely good people.
People who took YouTube by Storm:
NigaHiga (19.3 million subscribers) – Ryan Higa was one of the first YouTubers who became famous for producing videos with a comedic nature. He always has his friends to help him out and over the years, his videos became more diverse not only focusing on commentaries about pop culture, but also on sketches and music videos.
Epic Rap Battles (14.2 million subscribers) – Epic Rap Battles or ERB, is a YouTube series composed of only rap