Do they still make Epic Rap Battles of History?

As of March 26, 2021, the channel has 14.8 million subscribers and approximately 3.7 billion total video views. Following an extended hiatus, the channel returned with a bonus battle in December 2018, and the sixth season debuted on April 20, 2019 and the seventh season debuted on June 14, 2021.

When did Epic Rap Battles of History stop?

Epic Rap Battles went on hiatus after its last episode in Jan. 2017 — in which Shukoff and Ahlquist also faced off against one another.

What’s the best ERB?

The 10 Best Epic Rap Battles of History Episodes

  1. Jim Henson vs. Stan Lee.
  2. The Directors.
  3. Romeo and Juliet vs. Bonnie and Clyde.
  4. Isaac Newton vs. Bill Nye.
  5. Artists vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  6. Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney.
  7. Gandhi vs. Martin Luther King Jr.
  8. Adam and Eve.

When did ERB leave Maker Studios?

Ray William Johnson was originally a member, but quit Maker Studios in early November 2012 due to the pressure the company put on him to sign a contract that gave Maker a 40% share of his channel’s AdSense revenue and 50% of his show’s intellectual property rights.

What is the most popular ERB?

What is the Epic Rap Battles of history?

The Epic Rap Battles of History is a comedy series created by Nice Peter & epicLLOYD. Over 10+ years we have created over 80 rap battles featuring both histo… The Epic Rap Battles of History is a comedy series created by Nice Peter & epicLLOYD.

Who are the actors in Epic Rap Battles of history?

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What was the budget for the first three rap battles?

The first three rap battles were each shot on a $50 budget. Before the web series existed on YouTube, Shukoff and Ahlquist recorded their first song, which was a battle between Child’s Play antagonist Chucky and actor Michael J. Fox. The song was freestyle and poorly made; as a result, it was not released to the public.