It tells you right there in the banner for Jorge Soto's YouTube channel: "this guy has infinite stories."
Creators on the Rise
- Creators On The Rise: Erin Miller’s nostalgia chic channel is a time warp to 2003
Creators On The Rise: Horchata Soto’s bringing in hundreds of millions of views with his “infinite stories” of surviving retail hell
Creators On The Rise: Coffeehouse Crime started as a COVID hobby. Now it’s host Adrian Stewart’s full-time career.
There might not be a direct pipeline for going from a coffee enthusiast and mechanical engineer to a coffee enthusiast and true crime host, but for Adrian Stewart, it was still a natural transition.
Creators On The Rise: Airsoft entrepreneur kickingmustang could be right in front of you, and you’d never even know it
kickingmustang, aka James Trouble, is a pretty good shot, but he's also a master of disguise. Dozens of videos on his YouTube channel capture moments where an unsuspecting rival player walks right by--or even right up to--Trouble, completely unaware of their imminent defeat.
- Creators On The Rise: Joshua David McKenney wasn’t allowed to play with dolls as a kid. Now he makes his own—and they’re show-stopping collectors’ items.
- Creators On The Rise: SenyaiGrubs on loving “unfussy” foods and the “happy accident” of becoming a YouTuber
- Creators On The Rise: How Morgan Eckroth went from TikTok to the 2022 World Barista Championship
- Creators On The Rise: Seventeen years ago, Greg Francis got $100 to sealcoat a driveway. Now, hundreds of millions of people watch him do it on YouTube.
- Creators On The Rise: Austen Alexander’s Battle Bus is a view-generating mobile fitness studio–and it’s coming to a street near you.
- Creators On The Rise: Kenny Beecham loves basketball. So he launched a newsletter about it–and got 35,000 subscribers in 6 months.
- Creators On The Rise: Foot of a Ferret traces the origins of the internet’s most popular fandoms
- Creators On The Rise: Mrs. Woolley tells it like it is–straight from 5th grade