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Story by Blake Holliday / Contributing Writer Over the past few weeks, Netflix has released a slew of new original content, such as “Big Mouth,” “Mindhunter” and season 2 of “Stranger Things.” As these Netflix originals have proven to be extremely successful, it is no wonder that “Haters Back Off,” the series based off the …

Story by Blake Holliday / Contributing Writer  If you’re familiar with YouTuber Miranda Sings, you’ll recognize her signature phrase “Haters Back Off” as the title of her original Netflix series, which debuted last fall. After positive reception and an outcry from fans, the show was renewed for a second season, set to premiere Friday on …

When Bo Burnham burst onto YouTube at the age of 16, he was seen as another come along sing-song comedian that made jokes relating to life and what have you. In his nine years since that start, the Hamilton, Mass., native has grown into something that many wouldn’t have seen coming. In 2008, the comedian …

Singer and Internet personality Todrick Hall will bring his unique style of performance to MTSU on Saturday, April 2. Hall, who first came into the public eye during Season 9 of American Idol, is a singer, dancer and choreographer known for his popular YouTube channel which has garnered more than 2 million subscribers. Praised by celebrities such as Beyonce …

Youtube star Spoken Reasons will speak at MTSU's Tucker Theatre on Saturday Jan. 31, 2015. The appearance is a part of Alpha Kappa Psi's "College Night." (Photo submitted by Alpha Kappa Psi)

YouTube star Spoken Reasons will headline business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi’s “College Night” on Saturday. TSpoken Reasons, whose real name is John A. Baker, Jr., has accrued close to 1.75 million subscribers on YouTube through his comedic skits, music videos and vlogs on numerous subjects, such as the rise and fall of hip-hop artists. His …

Music duo and YouTube stars Pomplamoose visited MTSU for a Q-and-A session with students in the Wright Music Building Thursday afternoon. The duo have gained a large fan-base by independently recording and releasing covers and original songs to YouTube. Their YouTube channel, PomplamooseMusic, has amassed over 102 million views since 2008, with their most popular video, …