author Dan Bull   11 mounths ago

A bit of motivation for 2018. My advice for making a good YouTube channel:
1. Pick a topic you genuinely love, even if it's obscure and weird
2. Make a video about it, even if it's rubbish.
3. Upload the video.
4. Repeat
5. ?????
6. PROFIT!!!

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JT Music threw down a challenge to make a song about facts. Here's what I came up with. It's 100% full of absolutely definitely true facts and that is The Truth. Also I'm issuing a new challenge for any YouTubers who want to take it on: make a song about board games. ► Subscribe for more game rap: ► Hear all my songs in my mega Spotify playlist: ► Get the song on iTunes: ► Google Play: ► Dan Bull main channel: MORE DAN BULL: ► FB: ► Twitter: ► Spotify: ► T-shirts, hats & loot: ► Become a patron of Dan: CREDITS: Words: Dan Bull Music: Turreekk ( Video: Nick J Henderson (

Download this song: Teddy Roosevelt and Winston Churchill face off in this episode of Epic Rap Battles of History. Who won? You decide! Watch the Behind the Scenes - Official ERB Website: Official ERB Merch: Checkout our new Teespring Merch Store: And don't forget to subscribe to our channel: Thank you! np & eL #epicrapbattles #churchill #roosevelt CAST ========= Winston Churchill: Dan Bull Teddy Roosevelt: EpicLLOYD John Schrank - Javi Sanchez-Blanco CREW ========= Executive Producers: Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist Directed by: Nice Peter Written by: EpicLLOYD, Nice Peter, Dan Bull, Mike Betette, Zach Sherwin, Dante Cimadamore Senior Director of Studios: Michelle Maloney Producer: Atul Singh Associate Producer: Shaun Lewin Production Coordinator: Matthew Schlissel Song Produced by: Nice Peter Mixed by: Jose "Choco" Reynoso and Nice Peter Mastered by: Jose "Choco" Reynoso Music Supervisor: Dante Cimadamore Beat Produced by: Hollywood Legend Productions & Jose "Choco" Reynoso Video Editing by: Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Nice Peter, Javi Sánchez-Blanco Assistant Editor: Josh Best VFX and Compositing: Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Javi Sánchez-Blanco & William Crespo Costume Designer: Sulai Lopez Costuming Assistant/Senior PA: Morgan Christensen Department Make Up Head: Brittany White Make Up Assistant: Katie Middleton Director of Photography: Jon Na AC: Kyle Herman Gaffer: Andy Chinn Production Assistant: Roberto Lewis Produced by: Atul Singh for Maker Studios LINKS ========

Happy New Year. Anime Mentioned: Kakegurui Made in Abyss Aho Girl Welcome to the Ballroom Tsuredure Children Hajimete no Gal Gamers! In Another World With My Smartphone Knight’s & Magic Restaurant to Another World Classroom of the Elite Fate Apocrypha Black Clover Food Wars/Shoukugeki no Soma Season 3 Kekkai Sensen & Beyond March Comes in like a Lion S2 Inuyashiki A Sister’s all You Need/Imouto sae Ireba Ii. The Ancient Magus Bride Juuni Taisen Kings Game! Girls Last Tour Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World Neo Yokio Land of the Lustrous/Houseki no Kuni Recovery of an MMO Junkie Blend S Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale Uchiage Hanabi, Shita kara Miru ka? Yoko kara Miru ka? Ghost in the shell (2017) Netflix's Death Note (2017) Pokemon: I Choose You Both Sabers: BaronJ Edited by: Bakashift Additional Editing by: Sydsnap End Card Design by: Sooin Chung Patreon: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter: Like me on Facebook: Follow me on Instagram:

Much like last year, 2017 was a year when things happened. Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump held a long-distance name-calling contest. Ransomware infected hundreds of thousands of systems. Advertisers boycotted YouTube in the Adpocalypse fiasco. Bitcoin surged like never before and the space industry has proven itself a beacon of hope once more. Patreon: Subreddit: Twitter: Facebook: Discord: [Music] Kevin MacLeod - In Your Arms [References]

Download the mp3: Buy or download Dan Bull's debut album Safe from Follow Dan on Twitter Connect on Facebook at MySpace: For those asking how they can donate money - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Description: An open letter to Lily Allen in song format, regarding her recent campaign against filesharing and her decision to quit music. Lyrics: Dear Lily Allen, Remember when you pretended, Lily, that you were truly independent, Lily? Faking like you made it all alone but you were legally with Regal, part of Parlophone - oh yes. So when you lectured me, I thought I'd fileshare my thoughts on your mp3, Lily. Now first I must sing your praises - I love your singing but I'll just say this: I saw on your MySpace pages saying filesharing's a new ice age, but the industry's a recent innovation - music's been alive, thriving since cavemen. Folk songs so long have had a place in communities that you should be amazed at it. Then one day came intellectual property, meaning if I think a thought, you can't copy me. And if honesty's the best policy, I'd say songs are better off without this monopoly. It'd blatantly be a major fail if they'd patented the major scale. And downloads don't equate to sales, so taking them away won't make me pay up - just procludes me from sending your tunes to my friends, so we all lose in the end. You lose potential fans and we lose respect for the fact that you're desperate for cash. But what do you expect from the lass who's collecting a fat bank cheque from the man, while her fans are collecting the glasses for minimum wage they'll spend on her tracks? Now please don't be offended, Lily; I think your new CD's splendid, Lily. Everybody's at It and it's Not Fair, I Could Say, The Fear was Him but He wasn't There so let's go Back to the Start, before 22 - all music's in the public domain, so Fuck You. It's never the amateurs that's reckon it's damaging us, it's the major labels saying it's fatal; like when Napster had to pack up, wrecked by Metallica. The table's turned now - the labels churn out a new Jezebelinternetelevangelist - and she's fit - with a manuscript that was actually written by Mr. Michael Masnick. Can you get the irony? And by the by, Lily, I like this beat - I hope you don't mind me thieving, 'cause even doing a cover song's decried as stealing. But it's alright, still, for you to plagiarise, and preach it - Don't you believe it's maybe time to rethink, Lily? Put music back in the hands of the people; make the majors and amateurs equal. If anything labels strangle the freedom you claim they're saving by banning this evil. That's the actual reason, you see; and please don't compare sharing to stealing - I've not took anything off you, I'm just spreading love for what you do. Downloaded your songs for free, then I bought my mom your CD. She likes it too, she keeps telling me, all because I pirated an mp3. Now I've got Matt Bellamy belling me, telling me I'm not a fan, I'm the enemy. That's amusing, I've paid enough to see Muse in my time I could buy them a museum. Did you see them on that programme miming? Yeah, the pirates are killing live gigs. Maybe we should have a ban CDs appeal - then people would pay to see bands for real. Dear Lily, why are you being this silly? Yours sincerely, Dan Bull P.S. - And I don't mean any offence or anything, Lily. I just don't think the issue's as clear cut as you're making out. And I know you're going to carry on making music really. But when you're between the devil and the deep blue sea, you need to stop worrying about pirates, and adjust your sails. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instrumental: "22" by Lily Allen. If you like this version, you should check the original too


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