"How To Steal A Song With Millions Of Views" | TheFatRat's music video for his own song "The Calling," with 47 million views, uploaded on his own channel, got claimed by a Colombian company with the rights to a REMIX of it, and YouTube says they can't help him at all. 3k USD/month go to them now.
Made this gem with my friends back in senior year. My definition of fun sure was different back then
All of the faces of people in this video are fake. AI has generated pictures of people so real you can't tell they aren't real.
Here's "Silent Night" being played on a new instrument I invented -- feel free to ask questions about it -- THANKS!
Captain Disillusion, a YouTube channel that debunks popular viral videos. Like this one of that tape measure trickshot video.
l love this kid and his bravery, but no bullshit, if you're high watching this video high you wont see anything but an albino alligator eating a piano. YOU'RE WELCOME.
4 AI Robots Killed 29 Scientists in 2017. Hopefully, mainstream media becomes more aware of this story.
Courtney Cox doing "the Carlton" dance in 1984, for the Bruce Springsteen video Dancing in the Dark.
Even though I got in trouble for the last one, they let me have another 2.5 minute segment on the morning announcements. Somebody should really screen these beforehand.
Youtuber gets his entire channel content claimed over an outro song he already obtained a license for