From ‘Naruto’ to ‘Iron Man’, YouTuber King Vader Is Making Them Do the Milly Rock
We spoke to Dominique Barrett aka King Vader about why be believes he’ll be the greatest director of his generation.
The Real Reasons Kids Want to Become YouTubers
With the huge success of a new vlogging video game, 'Youtubers Life OMG!', we spoke to children and their parents about seemingly every kid's dream career.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Lilly Singh Is Taking a Break from YouTube, Citing Mental Health
The Canadian YouTube personality says she’s burned out.
Logan Paul vs. KSI Is the Mayweather-McGregor Boxing Match for Tweens
Ninety percent of 'super fights' in boxing and MMA are cynical cash grabs. This bout between these two YouTube stars is nothing different.
KSI Told Us How He Plans to Beat the Crap Out of Logan Paul
Two of the world's most famous YouTubers will slug it out in a Pay-Per-View boxing match this weekend.
Meet the Comedian Behind Instagram's Most Famous Voice-Overs
Aristotle Georgeson is creating a particular niche for himself—a space on the platform where he can simultaneously engage with and mock the digital realm we all occupy.
Black Women Making History
There’s More to Seren Sensei Than Skewering Bruno Mars for Cultural Appropriation
The activist, writer, and YouTuber wants you to make a commitment to supporting black artists and businesses.
The Lonely Life of a Professional YouTuber
You might have a million subscribers online, but the trade-off is spending most of your time alone, in front of a computer – as WillNE knows all too well.
We Made American YouTubers Say Why They’re So Into Reacting to Grime
Related: why do helpful Brits in the comments care so much too?
The YouTubers Who Take MDMA, DMT and GHB in Their Videos
Drugslab is a Dutch initiative we could learn some valuable lessons from.
Why Being Twee Makes So Much Business Sense for Music YouTubers
How acts who make a start on YouTube frame themselves as relatable underdogs – and the fans lap it up.
Why Are YouTubers Putting 100 Layers Of Make-Up On Their Faces?
"By layer 70, I could hardly breathe. My nose was filling with foundation. Was I suffocating slowly?"