As the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall approaches on the 9th November, VIRTUALLY HISTORY utilises the latest technology and research to bring the past to life – bringing those that found ingenious (and claustrophobic) ways to cross the East/West Berlin divide into brilliantly sharp focus.
Cameron Sanderson started out on YouTube, posting original content and covers. Building his fanbase up from scratch he now has over 100,000 subscribers across the world, thanks to his regular appearances and performances at Video Creator conventions such as Playlist, and London’s own, Summer In The City.
Ryan Swain, originally from England’s north got his start at Flamingo Land Resort as a “coat-style” entertainer. He’s amassed a very respectable 200,000 followers across his social media profiles, as well as a commendable 10 million streams on his comedy videos, which focus on everyday life, parenting, and mental health.
Justin Roberts became a social media mogul at the age of 16, and has worked his way up to the top of the viral streaming charts, as well as being at the forefront of one of the largest YouTube channels today, ‘Team 10’. He collaborates with Jake Paul, and dedicates his life to entertaining the youth of the world, while at the same time designating time to improve himself – ‘Everyday Bro’.
YG Entertainment and Interscope Records are thrilled to announce a global partnership for BLACKPINK, one of the world’s biggest all-female K-pop groups. The South Korean quartet is currently the highest-charting female K-pop act in Billboard Hot 100 history. Interscope and Universal Music Group will represent the group’s music in all of the world excluding Asia.
Ella Mai’s self-titled debut was released worldwide on Friday, October 12. Executively produced by Mustard, who also serves as Ella Mai’s musical director, the album is a freestyling voyage through the 23 year old singer songwriter’s world. ‘Ella Mai’, released through 10 Summers/Interscope Records, is available to stream and download via all digital retailers.
Emma Blackery is nothing if not very busy. A singer-songwriter who’s probably equally known for her YouTube vlogging, as well as her writing – she released her debut book last year, ‘Feel Good 101: The Outsiders’ Guide to a Happier Life’, based on a series of videos on her main YouTube channel – she’s been releasing music 2012. She’s also toured extensively, most notably for us here at EP, when she supported Busted and Wheatus on their UK tour in 2016. ‘Villains’, out tomorrow, is her first full length album, after five EPs.