|Born||March 17, 1998|
|Education||Computer Science Degree|
|Occupation||YouTuber, Musical artist|
|Total views||130 million|
|Associated acts||PewDiePie, Dolan Dark, FlyingKitty, Grandayy|
Cyranek is an American SoundClown artist and YouTuber. He posts mashups of popular songs and various audio memes popular across the websites. Cyranek is most popular on YouTube, where he has over 580,000 subscribers and his videos have been viewed over 130 million times. He is also active on Soundcloud, where his page has gained over 9,000 followers, and Twitter, where he has over 70,000 followers. He is commonly associated alongside other meme accounts such as Dolan Dark, FlyingKitty, and Grandayy and has been endorsed by PewDiePie, the most subscribed channel on YouTube.
Cyranek posted his first youtube video to YouTube on October 27th, 2013, pairing the song "Tipsy" by J-Kwon with video of the Pokémon Spinda from Pokémon X&Y. The video gained over 99,000 views. Shortly after that upload, Cyranek began uploading some of his most popular compositions, which heavily featured Air Horns. On August 15th, 2014, he uploaded "Green Trill Zone," a Trap remix of Sonic The Hedgehog's "Green Hill Zone Theme," gaining over 2.5 million views. On February 15th, 2015, he uploaded his most popular video to date, an Air Horn Remix of Let It Go from Disney's Frozen, which gained over 5.5 million views.
His airhorn remixes continued to be one of the most popular videos on his channel, regularly racking up hundreds of thousands and sometimes millions of views. He also has released several original remixes without airhorn that have done well using memes such as We Are Number One and Shooting Stars. One of his signature video styles is to take songs with repeating phrases and mix them such that the repeating phrase continues for the duration of the composition.
Cyranek has expressed a love for comedic music remixes, starting all the way back in 2015 with his airhorn songs, all the way to most recently with the release of his compilation album Now That's What I Call Memes. These songs are on YouTube, Deezer, Spotify, iTunes, as well as Google Play Music.
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