Is Bart Baker still making parodies? He reached notoriety by creating parodies of popular American pop songs. But he no longer posts videos to YouTube. Now he churns out content for Chinese social media apps
Is Bart Baker still making parodies?
He reached notoriety by creating parodies of popular American pop songs. But he no longer posts videos to YouTube. Now he churns out content for Chinese social media apps like Kwai and Douyin (the Chinese version of TikTok).
How popular is Bart Baker in China?
Bart Baker, 33, started posting videos of himself singing Chinese songs in English on social media platforms in China at the end of last year. Six months later, he has 10.5 million followers on Douyin – the Chinese short video app known as Tik Tok elsewhere – and 5 million on the Kuaishou platform.
Who is the parody king?
Weird Al” Yankovic
“Weird Al” Yankovic, the undisputed king of pop culture parody, has sold more comedy recordings than any other artist in history. In a career spanning nearly three decades, he has amassed 30 Gold and Platinum albums, 7 Gold and Platinum-certified home videos and 3 Grammy Awards and 11 nominations.
What happened Bart Baker 2020?
Bart Baker Says He’s Quitting YouTube, Moving To China To Pursue Social Superstardom. Then, after producing only a handful of videos, Baker had amassed millions of followers on the platform, which is called Kwai — where he livestreams chat and music sessions with his fans.
Why did Bart Baker quit?
Despite his stardom on the site, Baker left around a year ago to pursue another avenue, altogether, on a then-budding platform — TikTok. Baker, claiming he was “super miserable” on YouTube, received an email from a Chinese company asking him to lend his services to Chinese social media.
Why did Bart Baker move to China?
On September 6, 2019, Vice News reported that after YouTube’s demonetization of several YouTubers to satisfy family-friendly advertisers, Baker shifted his career to the Chinese market.
Can Bart Baker speak Chinese?
He claims he’s here for the recognition from fans, something he says was hard to come by in his previous career. BART BAKER Social Media Influencer “I can speak enough Chinese now to do a live stream for four hours. People tell me they can understand everything I’m saying. I never expected that.”