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James Haworth

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James Haworth
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James Haworth in 2020
BornJames William Haworth
(2005-08-14) August 14, 2005 (age 15)
England
🏳️ Nationality
🏳️ Citizenship
  • England
  • United Kingdom
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  2018-present
🌐 Websitejameshaworth.net

James Haworth (born 14 August 2005) is a Musical Artist and Producer and grew in popularity after participating in the 'UK Rap War' series.[1] He is best known for his 2019 single "Benodge", which got over 1000 streams in the first 24 hours on Spotify. James has always enjoyed making mixes of songs by big artists such as when he made a remix of Pewdiepie's song Mine all Day.[2] He was noticed by big content creators after the release which increased his online presence.

Career[edit]

James Haworth started in 2018 when he made his first social media account which has now grown to be part of the 'realjamesh' line of accounts owned by JEM Media Group. He got his first mainstream media attention when a picture of him was on the front page of the magazine 'Bling'.[3] In the summer of 2019 he made a YouTube channel called 'James H' which sparked controversy in his intentions which in turn led to the now well know among fans, "Rap battle war".[4] He stepped out the game when it became big and is now credited as an assistant the the program.[5] In November of 2019 he made his first single 'Em Haters' which is still his most viewed music video on YouTube. The song grew in popularity due to the unmistakable green screen work behind the scenes. Ever since James has been the subject of online faking in his future work. In late 2019 he made a short single titled 'Jamesmas' which got 100 views on YouTube in the first 12 hours making it his most popular song at that point. He later spoke out about YouTube's revenue system not working until later meaning all earnings were lost.[6]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Title Year Album Length
"Jamesmas"[7] 2019 Jamesmas 0:31
"Blue Check"[8] 2020 Blue Check 2:56

Blue Check[edit]

On March 1st, 2020 James announced he would be releasing a new single soon, titled 'Blue Check'[9] after his long history of failing to be verified on social platforms and now only just recently getting verified on select platforms.

Jamesmas[edit]

This song was released by James on the 7th December 2019 as his holiday single and grew popular quickly, getting over 1000 views in the first few hours.[10] Jamesmas was just a preview and the full version is yet to be released. Although James refers to the song being a diss he later denied this and claimed it was a festive, fun song.[11] After hate on his previous music video he spoke out in a video titled "moving on".[12]

Benodge[edit]

The diss track name was derived from the two other artists that made songs against him. The first part 'ben' was from the first artist called Ben and the second part of the song name was from the second artists internet name 'MasterOdg'. This time he did not release the song until he had made the music video which came a week later after he announced the song would be released. When the music video came out it was clear that James had listened to the large amounts of feedback on his previous song 'Em Haters and the new music video was much better received than the previous one. In May 2020, James removed the song from music platforms and YouTube in an attempt to curate his music better and remove old content.

Work with PewDiePie[edit]

In December 2019, James obtained an acapella of PewDiePie's song, 'Mine all Day' a Minecraft song.[2] He proceeded to get permission from Roomie, a producer to mix the acapella with some of James's own music to make a unique remix of the original song. When published the fact PewDiePie was involved promoted the music to be listened to by many. James spoke out after the release informing people about the copyright surrounding the release and how all profits went to Boyinaband, the original creator.

References[edit]

  1. Rosalie, Hatfield. "James Haworth accepts place in UK Rap War but not as expected". CNN News. CNN News. Retrieved March 31, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Underground Magazine (2019-12-02), Undergrounded Magazine Page 6 7, retrieved 2020-04-02
  3. Bling Magazines (2019-02-05), BLING February 2019 Edition_scan, retrieved 2020-04-02
  4. Epic Rap Battles of History, retrieved 2020-03-30
  5. "James Haworth". IMDb. Retrieved 2020-03-30.
  6. "YouTube asks the FTC to clarify how video creators should comply with COPPA ruling". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2020-03-30.
  7. ‎Jamesmas by James Haworth, retrieved 2020-04-02
  8. https://open.spotify.com/album/5xaqrYjyAVpw8XQFBMsgUe
  9. "James Haworth hints at new song!". CNN News. April 1, 2020. Retrieved 2020-04-02. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  10. "1000 views on YouTube". James Haworth. Retrieved 31 March 2020.
  11. Shayna, Linch (Dec 5, 2019). "Upcoming musical artist James Haworth releases Christmas song". Sky News. Retrieved March 31, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  12. "Moving on... (Context Video)". YouTube. James Haworth via YouTube. Nov 13, 2019. Retrieved March 31, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

External links[edit]

  • James Haworth on IMDb

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