Bryan Quang Le, popular as RiceGum, is an American YouTube personality and rapper. Additionally, people also know him from other YouTube personalities for his diss tracks and online feuds. Billboard ranked him number 25 as the New Artists list in November 2017. In March 2018 his album “It’s Every Night Sis” was certified platinum by the American Recording Industry Association.
RiceGum: Early Life, Education, Family
RiceGum was born on 19 November 1996 in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. In 2017, Le released a single titled “It’s Every Night Sis” featuring fellow YouTube personality Alissa Viole. The video was a response track to YouTuber Jake Paul’s viral song “It’s Everyday Bro”. It was certified RIAA Platinum and became Le’s first charting single, having debuted at No. 80 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The single followed by “God Church” in July 2017, its title another reference to “It’s Everyday Bro”, which reached number one on the Comedy Digital Track Sales chart. RiceGum also featured in the video for “Earthquake” by YouTube personality and rapper KSI, released on August 12, 2017. People viewed the video over 39 million times. However, the video was later private.
Caption: Ricegum in his younger days
RiceGum: Career and achievements
Music career In 2017 Le released a single called “It’s Every Night Sis” featuring fellow YouTube personality Alissa Violet, a response track to the viral song “It’s Everyday Bro” by YouTuber Jake Paul. It was RIAA Platinum certified, and was Le’s first single charting, having debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 80.
The song “Jesus Church”, followed it in July 2017 by its title was another reference to “It’s Everyday Bro”. It climbed to number one on the Comedy Digital Track Sales chart. YouTube personality and rapper KSI also featured RiceGum in the video for “Earthquake,” released on 12 August 2017. People downloaded the video more than 39 million times before it was private.
RiceGum was used for the Monster headphones in the Super Bowl LII commercial. Throughout the commercial, he plays a man on a subway inspired by Iggy Azalea to design a scratch headset, which an executive embraces. As of January 2020, the 481st most-subscribed channel on YouTube is the primary channel. He lives in the FaZe Clan house in California and collaborates regularly with FaZe Banks.
RiceGum: Personal life and boyfriend
Ian Carter, a YouTuber by iDubbbzTV’s channel name, made an episode of his famous “Content Cop” series on RiceGum, earning over 47 million views and over 2 million likes. The end of the video featured the “Asian Jake Paul” diss-track. RiceGum made the dissect track “Frick da Police” in response to the video. The poor response was met with the diss clip, currently carrying 1.3 million dislikes as of January 2020, making it the platform’s 40th most bad video. RiceGum has also been in controversies with other popular YouTubers and musicians such as James Rallison, Gabbie Hanna, and Bhad Bhabie.
RiceGum previously dated Abby Rao who is a film actress. However, Rao called him ‘disrespectful’ for his on stream antics and eventually the couple separated.
RiceGum: Net Worth and social media
The overall net value of RiceGum is around $8million. His main source of income is his youtube and additionally his music career as a rapper.
Likewise, talking about his social media availability, he is available on Instagram by the name rice. He has more than 4k followers on Instagram.
RiceGum: Body measurements
Le is a handsome man with a sporty and proportional frame. Additionally, he is 1.75 m tall and weighs nearly 65kgs. However, further information regarding Le’s body measurements is not available.