Select a site to find and add your work

What is the issue?

Enter your email address

Requested changes are reviewed by DoneBy, and we may contact you for additional information.
Thank you for notifying us about this profile.

Taylor Swift

Taylor Alison Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American singer-songwriter. One of the most popular contemporary female recording artists, she is known for narrative songs about   
Two 18-Year-Olds Arrested In Paris For VEVO Hacks Of Top YouTube Videos Like 'Despacito'
May 28, 2018  |  Tubefilter  |  See recent Tubefilter news »

Prosox and Kuroi'ish, the hackers who added extra, unrelated text and images to several VEVO videos including Despacito back in April, were arrested and charged in Paris.

Both suspects, whom the Paris Prosecutor's Office referred to as "Nassim B." and "Gabriel K. A. B.," as reported by Variety, are 18-year-old French citizens. They were charged with six and five criminal counts respectively, one of which related to fraudulent data modification "in an automated data processing system."

The hack, according to a tweet Prosox, aka Nassim, sent out on April 10, was "just for fun." The 18-year-old also noted the he "love[s] YouTube."

Some of the text the hackers displayed on the VEVO videos included pro-Palestine messages, like "FreePalestine" in the title of a Shakira video. The hackers targeted other videos by altering their thumbnails, replacing Despacito's usual thumbnail with an image from the Netflix's Casa de Papel. Artists targeted by Prosox and Kuroi'ish also included Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Chris Brown, Maroon 5, and Katy Perry.

Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Read full article on Tubefilter >
K-Pop Supergroup BTS Nabs YouTube's Biggest 24-Hour Video Debut Of 2018
May 21, 2018  |  Tubefilter  |  See recent Tubefilter news »

K-pop supergroup BTS is continuing its YouTube reign.

The band's latest music video for "Fake Love" (below) has cinched the 2018 record for the most-viewed YouTube video on the day of its release. "Fake Love," which debuted last Friday, nabbed 4.8 million views within its first hour on YouTube, and ultimately went on to clock 35.9 million views in one day.

Those numbers make "Fake Love" the third-biggest 24-hour video debut of all time, according to YouTube, following Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" (43.2 million views) and Psy's "Gentleman" (36 million views). And BTS is the only musical act to have two videos on YouTube's list of the top 10 biggest 24-hour video debuts. BTS' "DNA," released last September, amassed 22 million views in a single day, coming in at No. 9 on the list.

Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Read full article on Tubefilter >
A Day After Being Uploaded To YouTube, Taylor Swift's New Music Video Sets Record With 35 Million Views
August 28, 2017  |  Tubefilter  |  See recent Tubefilter news »

Taylor Swift's new song, "Look What You Made Me Do," has generated an avalanche of headlines thanks its many references, its catty tone, and its stylistic departure from Swift's previous work. So what happens what a musical megastar whose videos sometimes receive billions of views releases her buzziest track yet?

The answer: Records get broken. At the time of this post, one day after the "Look What You Made Me Do" music video was first uploaded to YouTube, it has pulled in more than 35 million views. With that total, it has broken the record for the most views received by a single YouTube video in its first 24 hours of activity.

An exact viewcount for the first 24 hours of "Look What You Made Me Do" has not yet been determined, but Variety pegged the clip's one-day total at 31 million and rising. For comparison, the previous record holder - Adele's video for her powerful song "Hello" - scooped up 27.7 million views during its first day on YouTube, and it eclipsed the 50 million mark on day two.

Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Read full article on Tubefilter >
Todrick Hall To Appear In Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' Music Video
August 25, 2017  |  Tubefilter  |  See recent Tubefilter news »

It looks like Taylor Swift has tapped YouTube triple threat Todrick Hall to appear in the music video for her comeback single Look What You Made Me Do.

The music video will premiere during MTV's Video Music Awards on Sunday, though a teaser released this morning showed Hall in a lineup of dancers behind Swift bedecked in skimpy black outfits. And it turns out that Hall has been a member of Swift's infamous friend squad since 2015, after he posted a mashup video of her hit songs that has clocked nearly 5.8 million views. Swift supported Hall during his run on Broadway in Kinky Boots, and the two even reportedly spent Thanksgiving together last year.

Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Read full article on Tubefilter >
Grace Helbig Stars In Lionsgate's Bass Fishing Movie, Miranda Lambert To Pen Music
May 05, 2017  |  Tubefilter  |  See recent Tubefilter news »

Grace Helbig has managed to parlay her online video stardom into an acting career, and her filmography now has a new chapter in it. Helbig, known for the vlogs she creates on her channel, has snagged a role in Something In The Water, an upcoming comedy from Lionsgate that will be based within the world of bass fishing.

In Something In The Water, Helbig will star as one of five women who challenge their respective misters to a bass fishing competition. Deadline notes that the film is a sly play for the East Asian market, as bass fishing is gaining popularity within that region.

Something In The Water will be directed by Trey Fanjoy, who is somewhat of a big deal in the country music world. He has directed videos for artists like Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert, the latter of whom will make music for the upcoming movie.

For Helbig, her latest role represents the next phase of her collaboration with Lionsgate, with whom she signed a development deal last year. The studio has also worked with Helbig and her on-screen besties - Hannah Hart and Mamrie Hart - to distribute Dirty Thirty, a comedy set at a birthday party.

Visit Tubefilter for more great stories.

Read full article on Tubefilter >
Name (Optional)

Email Address (Optional)