Based on the popular YouTube Channel 'Before They Were Famous' with over 3 Million YouTube Subscribers & nearly 1 Billion views. This is the audio version of those recordings documenting the rise to fame of both traditional stars but mainly internet stars. Artists in rap, comedy, instagram models & YouTubers. This channel profiles who they are, where they came from and how they reached the top of the entertainment industry. Thanks for tuning in.
Madison Beer | Before They Were Famous | Singer Discovered by Justin Bieber
Before Madison Beer would release hit songs like “Selfish”. Before Madison Beer would be discovered on YouTube much like Justine Bieber once was... by none other than Justin Bieber himself! Before Madison Beer would have over 3 Million followers on Twitter, 20.3 Million followers on Instagram, 12 million followers on TikTok, and over 2 Million subscribers on YouTube at the time of this recording. American singer and songwriter Madison Beer has been in the spotlight ever since she was barely a teenager. That’s right around the time that the Biebs discovered her on YouTube and helped launch Madison to stardom with a single Tweet. After that, she was signed to Bieber’s label, Island Records. So, in a lot of ways, Madison can be considered the female Biebs, I mean, her career shot to fame as a tween off the back of a viral video, and she’s similarly assured that she was destined to be a figure in pop culture. At only the age of 11, she was driving with her mom when she heard a Bieb song playing on the radio and turned to her mom to tell her that one day, she would be friends with Justin Bieber. A year later, that very thing happened.
Metro Boomin | Before They Were Famous | Updated Biography | Savage Mode 2
Before Metro Boomin would team up with 21-Savage to drop their new collab-album, “Savage Mode 2” which features a cameo appearance from none other than Morgan Freeman. Before Metro Boomin would become a world-famous meme as one of the last few bastions of trust in a topsy-turvy world. Before Metro Boomin would have 4.2 Million followers on Instagram, 3.3 Million followers on Twitter, and over 839K subscribers on YouTube at the time of this recording. Finding your way as a rapper in the music industry is one thing – but making it a dual-threat rapper/producer combo is just another level entirely. At only 26-years-old, Metro Boomin’ has managed to accomplish that in a span of only a few years. This young man has been making beats since he was 13-years-old, but he didn’t break through until he was 20 after producing the Future smash-hit, “Karate Chop” and dropping his own mixtape, “19 & Boomin’ right after. Securing the bag helped him establish working relationships with other huge names in the industry like Drake and Kanye – then, in 2016, he did something ingenious, teaming up with 21 Savage to drop the EP “Savage Mode” where -- instead of playing the silent partner as he had done with others -- Metro’s name appeared front and center on the album. Thanks to his tireless work ethic, the entire world now knows Metro Boomin’, not only as a producer and not only as a rapper but as a fully-formed and well-rounded artist that has a hand in shaping every aspect of his career.
Fall Guys | Before They Were Famous | The Unexpected Surprise Hit for MediaTonic
Before Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout would become the breakout surprise hit video game of 2020 before Among Us arrived on the scene. Before Tim, The Tat Man would hit trending on Twitter with his 8 days saga where he attempted to win a single game! Before Fall Guys would provide endless inspiration for YouTubers looking to recreate the series in the real world, including Nadeshot and the Sideman. There is no way on earth you haven't heard of the massive rise in popularity of Fall Guys which took over Steam, Twitch, and internet meme's for August and into September of pandemic 2020. For those just tuning in, well 60 players have to survive colorful obstacle courses with only one being the victor. Sounds easy right? Well for gaming superstar Tim The Tatman it took 8 days before he took home his first W and when that happened the entire world watched in celebration.
That brings us up to date with its meteoric rise to the top of the gaming charts a couple of weeks back but its history and the idea is actually loosely based on 1980's Japanese shows including It's a Knockout or the more widely known Tekashi Castle. Fall Guys, well the game's launch date was a disaster with fans crashing the server and the company was nervous as a number of their past releases hadn't done so great. But it was early adaptors like Soddapoppin, xQc, Lyric, Mizkif, Forsen, and others who had been given early access to the BETA had already proven to the masses that this was a game too fun and easy not to miss out on.
Polo G | The Rich Life | Mansion, BMW Car Collection, Baphomet Chain and More
Polo G is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter who was born in the Windy City of Chicago, Illinois. He rose to great heights a couple of years ago after the release of his single: “Finer Things” and then climbed higher still after being featured in the Lil Tjay song: “Pop Out”, which peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. After he dropped his debut studio album: “Die a Legend” in June of 2019, he’d go on release his second studio album, “The Goat” less than a year later. That album would cement Polo G as an up-and-coming rapper to keep an eye on after he wound garner an eye-popping 10 Hot 100 Billboard charting singles within months of its release. In other words, over the past two years, Polo G has been putting in the work and counting those stacks. Since becoming a breakout success story Polo has found many ways to spend his hard earned-cash including the usual expenditures like Iced-Out Chains and the nicest cars. But he’s also found some inventive ways to spend it too, like cash giveaways to his fans and recently creating his own record label. If you’re burning through cash like that, then you best becoming correct in terms of your overall net-worth and an in-depth dive into Polo G’s story will turn up that he’s doing pretty well for himself with an estimated worth of close to $3 Million.
King Von | The Rich Life | Rolls Royce Wraith, House for Mom, Icebox O Block Chain & More
King Von is an extremely talented and exceptional rapper and songwriter who grew up on the mean streets of South Chicago. The man pulls from urban literature and his own experiences on the street to create his lyrics for hit songs like “Trust Issues”, “War wit’ Us”, and “Crazy Story” which got him enough shine that he was signed to close personal friend Lil Durk’s Only The Family record label. Von really only started releasing music a couple of years ago, back in 2018 to be exact. He spent the previous three years or so in prison, just narrowly beating out a Life Sentence. When he got out, King Von knew he had to turn his life around. He teamed up with Lil Durk and within six months, he had a ton of viral hit tracks on his hands – and more importantly, a whole ton of greenbacks. Since then, life has been one giant success story for King Von. He’s purchased himself a couple of different whips while also making sure to take care of the most important person in his life, his Mom. But there’s one place and one place only where King Von practically lives to spend money and it’s a pretty well-known jewelry store called: Icebox. If you ask me, it seems like King Von is finally living his best life with an estimated net worth of roughly $200K. Though, I think if you were to ask him, he’d have a slightly different estimation of his overall value. At least, that’s what he’s telling his buddies.
Casanova | Before They Were Famous | From Construction Worker to Rap Star to Federal Charges
Before rapper Casanova would work on collaborations with the likes of Tory Lanez, Chris Brown, Gunna, Young Thug, A Boogie With A Hoodie, and more. Before Casanova would have a very public beef with Tekashi 6ix9ine and then proceed to squash that beef. Before Casanova would have over 66.6K followers on Twitter, 1.7 Million followers on Instagram, and 179K subscribers on YouTube at the time of this recording. Casanova would be one of the first people to tell you that he grew up under pretty good circumstances. Despite that, as a young man, he decided that a different lifestyle would be more enticing to him, so he chose a life of hustling on the streets, committing petty thefts that gradually over time led to bigger and bigger missteps. Eventually, he found himself committing armed robbery and was locked up for over seven years. While on the inside he had himself a pretty famous cellmate who we’ll get to a bit later on in this video and once Casanova finally found himself released, he decided that it was time to completely change his life-up. Cas decided to try his hand at the rap game and created hit songs like: “Don’t Run” and “Set Trippin”, which are aggressive, real give no-F’s type of bangers.