JT Music, formerly known as "JT Machinima", specializes in creating music with a video game theme. They consist of John Gelardi and Timothy Christian Ames. JT Machinima released "The Greatest Ever", their first rap about Halo 3, in 2008. John and Timothy were given a contract by Machinima, Inc. following the release of their second video, "World at War Rap."
After five years, JT Machinima relocated to Broadband TV Corporation from Machinima Inc. The team revealed their 6-month partnership with Rooster Teeth on May 31, 2017. The channel has been renamed "JT Music" and is a member of the Let's Play Family.
|Profile Name||JT Music|
|DOJ (YouTube)||Dec 27th, 2008|
|Net Worth||$4.25 million|
|Residence||Wilmington, North Carolina|
Ames and Gelardi founded the collective in January 2009 under the name JT Machinima. Popular video games have been featured in many of JT Music’s videos. The band’s album, All Five Nights, featuring songs inspired by the Five Nights at Freddy’s video game series, was released on February 22, 2016. One of their most well-known video game albums is this one.
“UPCOMING STUFF...and patfan8326 is revealed!!!!” is the oldest available video on their channel. They update their fans on different things in the video.
JT Machinima changed its name to JT Music on November 1, 2017 when they moved from Machinima to Rooster Teeth.
On April 13, 2019, they published a video on their YouTube channel that was based on the final season of Game of Thrones. Put Me Back Together, a song by JT Music featuring Andrea Storm Kaden was released on June 29, 2019, and it was inspired by the Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted video game. August 24, 2019, saw the release of the music video.
The group has produced three live-action videos: “Ride or Die,” based on the video game Red Dead Redemption 2, shot in Austin, Texas, and “Star Wars,” which was shot in Wilmington, Delaware and posted to their YouTube channel on May 27, 2018. “Never Tell Me the Odds” (feat. NerdOut) is based on the movie franchise. On May 4, 2019, they uploaded the video to their YouTube channel.
According to Net Worth Spot, JT Music is worth $4.25 million as of July 2022. 17.7 million people watch the JT Music channel each month, and 590,000 people do so daily. YouTube channels typically make between $3 and $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, the JT Music YouTube channel brings in $70.8k in monthly advertising revenue and $1.06 million annually. A year's worth of revenue from ads could exceed $1.91 million if JT Music makes more than average.
The details about the personal lives of John and Timothy are unknown.
The JT Music channel makes content for other social media platforms as well. On Instagram, it has over 41k followers and on Twitter, over 46k followers.
JT Music doesn’t have a strict upload schedule to their channel. Their videos get hundreds of thousands of views, with some of their videos reaching more than a million views. They make rap for different types of content, including TV shows, movies and games.
This is a music video for Five Nights at Freddy’s called "Join Us For A Bite".
This is a music video for the song "To The Bone".
This is a music video for the song "Can't Be Erased".
This video is a music video for the Cuphead Rap.
A. According to SocialBlade, the duo earns $5.2K-$83.4K per month and $62.6K-$1M per year.
A. As of 2022, JT Music has made 17 albums.