Top profits on Youtube ? Eight-year-old Kaji got his start on the channel when he was just 3 years old by unboxing toys on camera. He’s matured to conducting science experiments and branched out beyond YouTube with a line of more than 100 toys, clothing items and more, a show on Nickelodeon and a deal with Hulu. High-minded programming can be found on YouTube—it just doesn’t make much money. YouTube’s ten highest earners brought in a total of $162 million between June 1, 2018, and June 1, 2019, including Ryan and Nastya, as well a five gamers who play popular titles like Minecraft and Fortnite. Dude Perfect (No. 2, with $20 million), features five thirtysomethings playing with adolescent toys like a giant Nerf ball, and Rhett and Link (No. 4, with $17.5 million), who perform food stunts like tasting Flamin’ Hot Cheetos-flavored Pop-Tarts.
Who’d have thought that a WWE-produced movie could be so good? The story of real life professional wrestler Paige arrives as a somewhat-biographical film of her ascent to fame. After getting the opportunity to audition for the WWE, Paige (who is actually named Saraya) and her brother take their shot, but when she makes it further than him, it’s up to her to stay strong when she’s (literally) against the ropes.
The internet loves animals. So the fact that this clip ranks in the top 10 most popular YouTube humor clips ever should come as no surprise. The clip is only 17 seconds long, but it’s guaranteed to lighten your mood. In the video, a mother panda is chewing away on a snack while her baby naps on the ground next to her. Suddenly the baby sneezes and surprises everyone watching. See additional cool movies on yt.
Best clip for a song in 2019 ? With two albums in 2019 stuffed full of instantly classic songs – Forgotten Eyes, Cattails, Shoulders, Orange – Brooklyn’s Big Thief are the band of the year. Votes from our critics were split across six different songs, but edging out in front was Not, a masterpiece of indie rock with a savage truth at its heart. In a world besieged by lies, we can no longer say what we are, only what we’re not. This comes out as a wry, poetic laundry list from Adrianne Lenker: “Not a ruse / Not heat / Not the fire lapping up the creek / Not food / That you eat.” The matter-bending guitar solo has the ragged glory of Neil Young’s finest.