Billion Surprise Toys
Billion Surprise Toys
|Origin||Kochi, Kerala, India|
|Created by||We Bros Media|
|Total views||6.30 billion|
|Updated August 2019|
The channel mainly provides educational animation videos for children such as nursery rhymes and kids songs. Some of the videos created by the company has criticized by the media and mentioned as disturbing.
Based in Kochi, Kerala, India, Billion Surprise Toys was started by We Bros Media Private Limited in 2013, making it a mainstream children educational and entertainment youtube channel. The channel mainly targets kindergarten students with a focus on nursery rhymes and kids songs by the way of educational animation short videos.
The company also maintains an array of 10+ additional specific subject channels under the BST title.
Billion Surprise Toys is available on YouTube Kids, Youtube Music, jiosaavn and it is globally available on Amazon Prime Music.
The company received criticism on the social media through internet memes especially on Twitter for creating a song on Johny and his Papa dancing to Gangnam Style and the Baby Shark tune. After getting continuous negative reviews and internet memes the company removed the video from their channel. Another video created for "Dolly not feeling well" has been described as disturbing in the media.
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- Alexander, Julia (August 30, 2018). "'Johnny Johnny Yes Papa': Top memesters try to understand the bizarre video's rise". Polygon.
- Wolfson, Sam (December 28, 2018). "The best lost tracks of 2018 reviewed: Billion Surprise Toys, Frank Ocean, Adam Buxton" – via www.theguardian.com.
- Sung, Morgan. "Papa from Johny Johny Yes Papa has been replaced by a younger, hotter Papa". Mashable.
- "Lo mejor de redes: desde aeropuertos peligrosos a los 'troleos' al tuit del Barça". AS.com. July 21, 2019.
- EDT, Kelly Wynne On 7/19/19 at 1:41 PM (July 19, 2019). "Watch: Billion Surprise Toys 'Sick Day' video leads to viral questioning of YouTube kid's content". Newsweek.
- "'Johny Johny Yes Papa' is a terrifying, demented product of the internet". Dazed. August 29, 2018.
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