Swedish YouTube gamer and popular online star PewDiePie uttered the "n-word" during a weekend gaming stream, adding to a growing list of controversies.
YouTube Red is giving sneakerheads the opportunity to shine with their new original series, Lace Up: The Ultimate Sneaker Challenge.
Leave it to Fox News to find Black apologists for not only President Trump but for the Nazis who took part in the racially motivated rally that took place in Charlottesville this past Saturday (August 12).
Grand opening, grand closing. Within a matter of weeks of Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” claiming the most watched YouTube video ever, the Hip-Hop ballad has been bumped by an international Latin anthem.
Wiz Khalifa has just broken a record that many thought could not be broken. “See You Again” is now the most watched Youtube video, ever.
Jay-Z fans who have yet to subscribe to Tidal can get now enjoy a piece of the 4:44 album for free. “The Story of O.J.” video has been released to Youtube.
Auntie Fee, a foul-mouthed South Los Angeles homemaker who went viral for her fried food cuisine and sass, has died. The YouTube star born Felecia O’Dell suffered a heart attack and passed away last Friday (March 17).
Lyor Cohen is leaving 300 Entertainment to join YouTube in a new position that will help bolster the music portion and dealings of the network. Cohen becomes YouTube’s Global Head of Music and will work on behalf of the network to secure new streaming deals between record labels and artists.
In a dangerous challenge playing out on YouTube where kids douse themselves in alcohol then light themselves on fire, a 12-year-old Queens boy is recovering from burns after pulling the stunt. The unnamed boy is currently in critical condition at a local New York hospital.
It appears that everyday a viral moment occurs on the Internet and James Wright is currently the reigning champion for YouTube supremacy.
Fetty Wap’s incredible 2015 has culminated with both a No. 1 album atop the Billboard 200 and a handful of hit singles that made him privy to Chart history. It all started with his bare-bones visual for “Trap Queen,” which has since amassed more than 262 million views.
The name Nicole Arbour will probably forever live infamy as the alleged YouTube comedy star just saw her biggest video become the catalyst for an anti-her campaign.