EMINEM BECOMES A YOUTUBE BILLION VIEWS CLUB TRIPLE THREAT WITH THE ADDITION OF ‘RAP GOD’

Eminem has been making headlines recently, from his chart-topping new album ‘Music to be Murdered By’ to his show-stopping Oscar award show performance to his record-breaking rap speed, and now has scored another achievement with his video for ‘Rap God’ officially hitting over 1 Billion Views on YouTube. The award-winning video for the ‘Marshall Mathers LP 2’ track now joins Eminem’s hits ‘Not Afraid’ (1.3 billion views) and ‘Love the Way You Lie’, featuring Rihanna (1.9 billion views) in YouTube’s Billion Views Club.

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Sabrina Spellman and LOVECRAFT Will Take You ‘Straight To Hell’

Just when you thought the spooky season was long gone, LOVECRAFT strikes again – this time teaming up with Kiernan Shipka and Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ to bring you ‘Straight To Hell’. Watch the video below which announced Sabrina’s new season:

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Justin Bieber Announces ‘Justin Bieber – Seasons’ – 10 Part YouTube Docu-Series – Watch The Trailer

YouTube Originals closed off the end of the year by announcing it is partnering with Justin Bieber on his first-ever docu-series, ‘Justin Bieber: Seasons’. It will premiere on Monday, January 27 at 12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT (all times are North America).

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CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN: THE RISE – Rare Interview and Unseen Footage Marking Ten Years – BBC iPlayer And BBC Music YouTube

All four members of Catfish and the Bottlemen appear together in a rare, joint interview to celebrate a decade on record and on the road in a dedicated programme, ‘The Rise: 10 Years, 10 Key Moments’, exclusive to BBC iPlayer and BBC Music’s YouTube channel.

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YouTube Special – Virtually History – The Berlin Wall And Stunning VR

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.

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World Mental Health Day: YouTube Originals Debuts New UK Series ‘The School of…’

A GROUP OF YOUTUBE’S BIGGEST STARS EXPLORE SOME OF LIFE’S GREATEST PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS
Series debuts with ‘What Is The Secret Of Happiness?’ and ‘Can We Stop Being Anxious About Being Anxious?’ in time for WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

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YouTube Originals: ‘The School of…’ with Alain de Botton, Lady Leshurr, The Martinez Twins Launches 8 October

YouTube Originals are pleased to release the first trailer for their new series ‘The School of…’, the first UK-based original show to launch in 2019. The series, narrated by philosopher and author Alain de Botton, will launch with its first episode on 8 October 2019.

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YOUTUBE MAKES ALL NEW ORIGINAL SERIES ANDSPECIALS FREE + THREE UK ORIGINALS ANNOUNCED

YOUTUBE MAKES ALL NEW ORIGINAL SERIES AND SPECIALS FREE;
RELEASES SEASON ONE OF COBRA KAI IN FRONT OF THE PAYWALL

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Dan Says – Week Twenty One

Dan’s had a really nice week actually…

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Dan Says – Week Twenty

Dan’s had a big week! Alphabeat, Pride, Peterborough…he’s also listened to Jedward, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD, and Madonna.

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Little Mix ‘Mix It Up’ With Launch Of New YouTube Series

Today the world’s biggest girl group, Little Mix, launch their brand new YouTube series ‘Mix It Up’.

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New Netflix Original Film ‘RIM OF THE WORLD’

Four misfit campers must band together and conquer their fears in order to save the world during an alien invasion. ‘Rim Of The World’ is a Netflix Original film, and will launch globally on Netflix on May 24.

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Dan Says – Week Fifteen

Last week marked the 20 Year Anniversary of the nail bomb attack at The Admiral Duncan in Soho, and there was a little vigil held for the occasion. As always, I’d double booked myself and was unable to stay around the vigil for too long but I popped by, saw some Soho locals and took some pictures. A quaint and sweet little event with such an important memory of the injustices that the LGBT community have experienced & in some cases…still experience.

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Dan Says – Week Thirteen

This week on Dan Says: Dan visits the circus and is listening to Lizzo, Madonna & Maluma, Jake Sims, Kygo & Rita Ora, and Dinah Jane. Happy Easter!

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Dan Says – Week Eleven

Not gonna lie; its been quite a low key week for me. I’ve currently saving super hard for my trip to Baltimore next month among other exciting things but it really has got me thinking about things happening. I realised that unless the occasion involves alcohol I’m often not partial to attendance. I spent Thursday & Friday drinking away at the local pub; drinking the night away with colleagues and smoking just a little too much. We’ll look back on these occasions with such fondness, even if they do end with myself jumping into the back of a cab enroute to a hook up I 100% should not be pursuing.

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Dan Says – A Letter About Britney

Britney Jean Spears is an icon. She is the literal definition of pop music. She’s an institution to the pop music world; without her you wonder where pop music would be.

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Dan Says – Week 10

Another week…another tale from the city.

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Introducing Ryan Swain

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.

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It’s QueerFearrrrrrr! Looking Back On An LGBT Trailblazer

QueerFear was a social moment. It was a movement. A social awakening. A comedy. A parody. Never before in the history of pop music had there been an out gay boyband. Five members. They could dance. They could sing. Well, they could perform and they definitely had big personalities.

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