Daniel G. L. Bull is a British rapper and songwriter who was born on March 27, 1986. He is best known for his songs about video games, which he posts on his YouTube channel.
In his videos, he plays video games with other YouTube stars like Adam Montoya, Markiplier, Michelle 'The RPG Minx,' and fellow artist Dave Brown ("Boyinaband"). Bull's music was mentioned in the British press in connection with campaigns to support filesharing, oppose the Digital Economy Bill, and save BBC Radio 6. Some of his songs, like "A Portrait of the Autist” makes reference to his diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.
|Name||Daniel G. L. Bull|
|Profile Name||Dan Bull|
|DOB (Age)||27 March 1986 (36 years)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||July 4th, 2006|
|Schedule/Status||2-3 videos per month|
|Net Worth||$2.13 million|
Bull writes gaming raps that fall into the nerdcore, political, and comedy hip hop categories. He was for a time partnered with Machinima, but because of a disagreement, he now uploads videos on his own. Additionally, he performed with the British gaming group The Yogscast for the song “Kicky Kicky Flow” (a rap about Simon Lane and Lewis Brindley) and the InTheLittleWood rap. He also recorded the theme song for popular YouTuber Nerd (a rap about Martyn Littlewood, another Yogscast member).
“MatronsApron - This Pig” is the first video on Bull’s channel. The video is a music video for the vegetarian pop anthem, This Pig.
Bull has written songs about issues with YouTube, digital rights, the music business, and gaming. Bull’s actions have drawn notice, particularly from the TalkTalk Group, which asked to join forces with him to oppose the Digital Economy Bill.
Face, an album by Bull, was published in December 2011. The 12-track album also features the 2010 songs “America” and “John Lennon” in addition to ten brand-new songs. The album focuses on issues like pride, alcoholism, war, love, and medical recovery.
In 2013, Bull and his friend and fellow rapper Randolph were both featured on an episode of KSI’s Football Rap Battles. The Garden, Bull’s third studio album, was made available on August 31, 2014. Joey Gzus and longtime partner Beit Nun make guest appearances on the album.
In a 2014 episode of the YouTube series Epic Rap Battles of History, Bull played a portrayal of Jack the Ripper. Later, in 2016, Bull made a comeback to the Epic Rap Battles to perform a portrayal of Winston Churchill.
He issued his fourth album, Bullmatic, on March 27, 2015. Nas’ iconic 1994 album Illmatic has been reimagined by Bull; for instance, Nas’ “N.Y. State of Mind” has been changed to “U.K. State of Mind”. In the 2015 independent game Volume, Bull also provided the Minstrel’s voice.
Bull and Beit Nun collaborated to release their long-awaited joint EP, Brandy Night, on June 29, 2015.
“Put on Your Comedy Shorts” is a song that Bull and Deji (ComedyShortsGamer) released on December 6, 2016. The song was made available on Dan Bull’s iTunes and Spotify, and the music video, “COMEDYSHORTSGAMER RAP!!!,” was posted to Deji’s channel.
Bull performed “10 MILLION SUBSCRIBER MUSIC VIDEO” by H2ODelirious, which was animated by VyronixLiam, on January 6. Both Dan Bull’s Spotify and H2ODelirious’ channel have it posted.
Bull’s song Robocopyright, which takes issue with Article 13 of the proposed Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, was released on March 23, 2019. Other YouTube stars like PewDiePie, Jacksepticeye, and Roomie were also featured in this song. Grandayy’s YouTube channel hosted the primary video’s release.
As of July 2022, Bull is worth $2.13 million, according to Net Worth Spot. More than 8.88 million people watch the videos on the Dan Bull YouTube channel each month. YouTube channels typically make between $3 and $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, the Dan Bull YouTube channel earns $35.5k in monthly advertising revenue and $532.52k annually. Dan Bull could earn as much as $958.54 thousand a year, on the high end.
Dan Bull was born in Bromsgrove in 1986. He started a rock group called MatronsApron with his friends. He refers to their sound as "alternative alternative," and they produced odd songs about anthropomorphic pigs and elderly women. He attended Leeds Metropolitan University but left after a while. He also has a son named George.
Bull is primarily active on Instagram and Twitter.
He has 10k followers on Instagram with 1,098 average likes. His account mostly consists of selfies, pictures with his family and funny pictures.
He has 122k followers on Twitter and gets several likes and retweets.
Bull uploads 2-3 videos per month on his channel. He makes raps about different digital media such as video games, movies and shows.
Bull sings a Minecraft Creeper rap.
Bull sings a Minecraft Skeleton rap.
Bull sings a Minecraft Enderman rap.
Bull sings a Minecraft Skeleton rap.
A. Bull has a son named George, who was born on May 11, 2016.
A. According to Net Worth Spot, Dan Bull is worth $2.13 million as of July 2022.