Artez, also known online as Beluga (formerly known as Survival Mode, exploreld, and ExploreTV, as well as dubbed Explore Lucid Dreaming) is an American YouTuber whose primary channel focuses on Discord Skits, while Beluga Jr., his other channel, features memes and shorts.
Beluga was born on March 4, 2002, in the United States to an American family. His zodiac sign is Pisces, and it is unknown what his real name is. Beluga has been posting videos to the network for a while, but he prefers to keep his face hidden in the background.
|DOB (Age)||March 4, 2002 (21 years)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||Jan 26th, 2017|
|Schedule/Status||Uploads every 2 days|
In 2017, Beluga established a channel on YouTube to launch his career. He had a separate YouTube account called “Explore Lucid Dreaming” where he started posting videos before beginning the “Beluga” channel on September 30, 2017. He provided lucid dreaming tutorials to his followers on the channel. Although he began that channel in September 2017, his first video wasn’t released until January 2019.
He had accumulated roughly 650 subscribers in his first five months of video content. But he gained thousands of subscribers after his video, “13 Things You Should NEVER Do In Lucid Dreams!” went viral. By the end of that year, he had close to 500k subscribers.
“It’s Mathematically Unlikely You Will Watch This” is the first video that was published on the Beluga channel. This video has over 3.9 million views as of June 2022 and shows the probability of a viewer coming across the video and watching it.
Beluga mainly posts speedrun or Discord-related meme videos on his channel. Although this is supposedly his second channel, it has swiftly surpassed his Lucid Dreaming channel in popularity as a result of the nature of the content in late June 2021.
Beluga now posts videos related to Discord, some of which are partially canon or serial. The main character of these videos is typically Beluga himself; however, occasionally, he disguises himself as “Beluwuga,” an anime female, or “Beluga Jr.,” his son (who has a YouTube channel as well).
As of June 2022, Beluga’s net worth is $800,000 according to various sources. His major income source is YouTube. He uses his three YouTube channels to generate his income. According to SocialBlade, he earns $30.4k to $486.1k per month and $364.6k to $5.8 million per year.
Beluga was born on March 4, 2002, in the United States to an American family. He is of mixed ethnicity. However, there aren't many specifics concerning his relatives at this time.
In a video titled "Did Dream Cheat His Speedrun on Purpose" that he posted on May 31, 2021, Beluga discusses the speedrunning scandal involving Dream. Although he didn't accuse Dream explicitly and insisted that Dream is a decent person, he did indicate that he thinks Dream cheated on purpose in the video.
The controversy arose from his lack of research, which led him to mistake Dream's 1.16 runs for his 1.15 runs after which he utilized this mistake as the foundation for his whole argument in the video, making the video wholly untrue. In the comments, he expressed regret for this and called it a mistake. The video "Dream's Cheating Confession: Uncovering The Truth" by Karl Jobst attracted attention to this one.
Beluga is active on other social media platforms as well.
On his Instagram account, he has over 231k followers and 30,885 average likes. He posts random memes on this account.
On his TikTok account, Beluga has 958,400 followers and over 1.8 million likes.
On his second YouTube channel Explore Lucid Dreaming, he has over 1.03 million subscribers and more than 57 million views.
Beluga posts videos that are related to his discord. He usually uploads daily and his videos easily surpass a million views.
In this video, Beluga talks about a few words that should only be Googled at the viewer’s discretion.
Beluga describes to his viewers making the perfect comeback in an argument.
Beluga makes this video to show what he would do if he only had 1 minute to live.
Beluga shows what might happen if one lies about their age online in a funny way.
A. Even though Beluga uses pictures of cats frequently for his content, he doesn’t have a cat himself.
A. He makes $30.4k to $486.1k per month and $364.6k to $5.8 million annually, according to SocialBlade. His estimated net worth is $800,000.
A. Beluga is 21 year old.