RiceGum (born November 19, 1996), whose real name is Bryan Quang Le, is an American YouTube star and musician. He is prominent for his diss tracks and public feuds with fellow social media personalities.
His feuds with stars like iDubbbz have drawn a lot of attention, as did his 2018 video about visiting Hong Kong, which many considered offensive.
In 2017, Billboard ranked him at number 25 on their Billboard Emerging Artists chart. His song “It’s Every Night Sis,” a response to a Logan Paul song, was certified platinum in March 2018 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
RiceGum is one of the most famous names in the internet business and has caught the public’s attention thanks to its popular video series. YouTube and Los Angeles-born musician “This Kid Has Stopped” started out as an online player and became famous for his parody costumes and songs on the Disney Channel.
The YouTube of the same name attracts more than 10 million followers. So did GumRice on other social media sites, with more than 10 million followers on Instagram and Twitter.
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Bryan Quang Le|
|Born:||19 November 1996 (age 25 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Wife • Spouse:||Not Married|
|Girlfriend • Partner:||Abby Rao (ex.), Ellerie Marie (curr.)|
|Occupation:||YouTuber • Musician|
|Net Worth:||US$10 million|
RiceGum was born to Vietnamese and Chinese parents in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
Born on the 19th of November, 1996, he attended Sierra Vista High School, where he was on the basketball team.
RiceGum participated at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) before dropping out during his first year to pursue his online career full-time.
In 2017, RiceGum released a single titled “It’s Every Night Sis” featuring fellow YouTube personality Alissa Violet, which was a response track to YouTuber Jake Paul‘s viral song “It’s Everyday Bro“. It became RiceGum‘s first charting single, debuting at number 80 and number 55 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Canadian Hot 100 charts.
The song later became certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in March 2018. The single was followed by “God Church” in July 2017. Its title was another reference to “It’s Everyday Bro“, which reached number one on the Comedy Digital Track Sales chart.
RiceGum was featured in the video for “Earthquake” by YouTube personality and rapper KSI, released on August 12, 2017. The video was viewed over 46 million times and was later removed after a dispute between the two.
In October 2017, RiceGum released “Frick da Police“, which was a diss track towards YouTube personality IDubbbz.The song charted at number 45 and number 67 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Canadian Hot 100 charts, respectively. In December 2017, RiceGum released a Christmas song titled “Naughty or Nice“.
In February and April 2018, RiceGum released the songs “Bitcoin” and “Fortnite n Chill,” respectively.
On April 2, 2020, RiceGum released the song, “DaAdult“, followed by “My Ex“, in May 1, 2020. In June 2020, he released the song “Contract Money Freestyle“.
RiceGum was featured in the Super Bowl LII commercial for Monster headphones. In the ad, he plays a man on a subway who is inspired by Iggy Azalea to fashion a headset from scratch, which an executive accepts.
As of July 2021, his main channel is the 872nd most-subscribed channel on YouTube.
As of September 2021, RiceGum has more than 10.3 million subscribers on YouTube, 3.7 million followers on Instagram, 2.7 million followers on Twitter, 1.2 million followers on Twitch, 750,000 followers on Facebook, and 917,800 followers on TikTok.
RiceGum attended Sierra Vista High School and later attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, before he dropped out to pursue his career online.
RiceGum’s ex-girlfriend is the famous Instagram model and TikToker Abby Rao. Abby Rao is a content creator and co-founder of the clubhouse, a new TikTok collab house in Beverly Hills.
RiceGum is rumored to be dating Ellerie Marie. Ellerie Marie is a renowned TikTok star and model.
RiceGum’s height is 1.8 m tall.
RiceGum’s YouTube Channel has received over ten million subscribers and boasts over two billion video views.
RiceGum has a net worth of US$10 million.
- It’s Every Night, Sis.
- God church
- Frick da police
- Naughty for nice
- Fortnite n chill
- My ex
- Contract money freestyle
- I Didn’t Hit Her (The Gabbie Show Diss)
- Taylor Caniff Diss Track
- Naughty or Nice
- Jacob Sartorius Roasted Me Again
- Jesse and Andy Milonakis Diss Track
During the last few months, RiceGum has earned a lot of attention from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, with thousands of dedicated subscribers.