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Cody Strong (born August 24, 1994) is an American YouTube personality. He is best known for his prank videos and parody songs[1][2][3][4][5] which have gained over 93 million views and more than 812 thousand subscribers on his channel main named AngryPicnic as of March 30, 2017. His second channel named CodyStrongVlogs formerly named PicnicVlogs and ANGRYDELETES where he releases extra footage from his main videos and also posts vlogs, has more than 10 million views with 100 thousand subscribers.[6][7]

YouTube[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Strong before becoming a prankster started a channel called Cody Strong Songs in 2011 and he started his AngryPicnic channel in 2012.[6][8] He has been making songs with his friend Rolando Ramos known as The Undergrad.[9] Strong has collaborated with other notable YouTubers as well, such as Dawson Gurley,[10] Juan Gonzalez,[11] Justin Stuart and Andrew Scites from JStuStudios,[10] DJ Sennett[10] and Melissa Flentzeris.[12]

Parody Music Video Prank Using YouTube Comments[edit | hide | edit source]

In the unique episode of Strong's channel, he asks his fans to write parody lyrics to the tune of famous songs and instead of doing a prank that sometimes starts with a pickup line, he performs his made up parody from YouTube Comments. He has made parodies to the tune of Fetty Wap's 679 song, Drake's Hotline Bling, Justin Bieber's Love Yourself, Rihanna's Work, James Bay's Let It Go, The Chainsmokers's Closer and Ed Sheeran's Shape of You. He also has his original parodies. Strong during performing Drake's Hotline Bling parody went as Santa Claus into the public and started giving people including homeless people, presents.[1][2][13][14][15][16][17][18][19]