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The Feat. – Horror YouTuber Chauncey K. Robinson

  More Spooky SZN coverage on deck as today on The Feat. we feature the black horror YouTube channel of Chauncey K. Robinson.     Chauncey K. Robinson aka “The Twisted Girl Next Door” is an award winning journalist, YouTuber, actress, horror lover, and much, much more. Her YouTube channel focuses on that love for horror…

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The Feat. – YouTuber Swoozie

  Today on The Feat. we’re featuring one of the most original YouTubers on the platform, Swoozie.   Originally recognized in our list of the 10 Black YouTube Channels To Watch, Swoozie’s channel consist mainly of him doing comedic story telling vlogs. He tells stories about his life covering everything from his childhood to his…

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The Feat. – Sneaker YouTuber Bull1tRC

  Today on The Feat. we’re featuring one of the top sneaker YouTubers, Bull1tRC.     He recently made our list of the Sneaker YouTubers You Gotta Watch. and even though he’s one of the youngest YouTuber sneakerheads at age 23 he’s actually an OG in the game and has been creating content on YouTube…

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Sneaker YouTubers You Gotta Watch

  Sneakers are an important part of The Culture serving as one of the main fashion accessories and a great way to express one’s personal style. Jordans to Supremes, Adidas to Kobes, there are no shortage of kicks to fit anyone’s taste.   And content creators on YouTube have taken their passion for kicks and…

10 Black YouTube Channels To Watch

If content is king then visual content is the king of kings. We use photographs and videos to communicate so much today. And thanks to YouTube it’s given people of color the platform to tell their stories their ways. From Black hair, to hip-hop, makeup to video games, here are 10 of the best YouTubers…

Wiki: YouTube For The Culture

  Check out our ever-expanding list of YouTubers and channels for The Culture! *This is beta version 1.0* If content is king then visual content is the king of kings. We use photographs and videos to communicate so much today. And thanks to YouTube it’s given people of color the platform to tell their stories…