Harry Mack plans to freestyle for 10 straight hours to celebrate a million YouTube subscribers
Harry Mack, the artist known for his freestyle rapping talents, has plans to rap for 10 straight hours in a livestream to celebrate reaching a million subscribers on his YouTube channel.
Mack’s livestream video is scheduled to begin June 3 on his channel, beginning 7pm BST. The ‘endurance challenges’ aren’t new to the Los Angeles-based rapper. In the past, he’s embarked on eight and nine-hour long freestyle marathons – similarly to celebrate hitting a particular subscriber count.
Stay tuned for the livestream, below:
One of Mack’s best-known video series is Omegle Bars, in which he demonstrates his highly technical freestyling abilities by accepting word prompts from online strangers and developing them the spot. Guests are often left very impressed. The 38th episode of the series released on Saturday (29 May) – watch it below:
Mack’s YouTube channel has surpassed over a million subscribers (1.08 million) and is where he regularly posts his videos, usually on a weekly basis.
In his streams, Mack also regularly hosts hour-long sessions, where he freestyles over classic beats from artists the likes of the Neptunes, 2Pac and OutKast.
Mack went viral back in 2017, when a video of him freestyling on Venice Beach was shared on YouTube. He’s also appeared on radio segments, alongside Joey Bada$$ and Kendrick Lamar. That same year, he also made his television debut on an episode of the Ellen Degeneres Show.