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Pop / Rock 20/01/2011

AMA Hits Gets World Exclusive Interview With Youtube Sensation Chester See

AMA Hits Gets World Exclusive Interview With Youtube Sensation Chester See

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Beverly Hills, CA (Top40 Charts/ AMAHits Official Website) YouTube sensation Chester See has been on the front lines of internet artists since 2006. Former host of Disney's 365, Chester See's infectious personality has won over the hearts of people around the world and with hundreds of thousands of subscribers to his channel, he has the stats to prove it! His most successful song titled "God Damn You're Beautiful" has been played around world with a combined total of over 5 million views on the web and has sold tens of thousands of songs on i tunes without being signed!

In his exclusive interview with, Chester See raises some interesting points about how the internet is changing the power dynamics between artists and record labels.

"The internet is still kind of the wild west. It's still a baby in terms of entertainment. It's really the people who are part of the communities that have figured out how to monetize, how to create their own network online that will be benefitting in the future."

To hear more of Chester See's insights into the changing online world, watch the full interview on

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