Little Baby Bum is the brainchild of married duo Derek and Cannis Holder, and has risen to staggering heights on YouTube thanks to its 3D cartoons featuring standard nursery rhymes and original kid-friendly tunes.
Why do they call it Little Baby Bum?
“We make nursery rhymes,” co-founder Derek Holder told Inside Edition, laughing. “There you go.” “Little Baby Bum” was the couple’s nickname for their daughter, who inspired the channel. … “We thought… ‘We’ll call the channel Little Baby Bum, and her favorite song is ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
What happened to Little Baby Bum?
In September 2018, Little Baby Bum was bought by Moonbug Entertainment for an undisclosed sum. By the time of the purchase, LBB had accumulated 16 million subscribers and about 23 billion views across Netflix, Amazon, and YouTube.
How much did Netflix pay little baby butt?
Moonbug acquired Little Baby Bum — which has clocked 23 billion lifetime views across YouTube, Amazon, and Netflix — in September. (Reports pegged the purchase price at between $8 and $11 million).
Does Netflix own CoComelon?
Netflix has teamed with Moonbug Entertainment to bring more CoComelon and Little Baby Bum to the small screen. … Netflix also has ordered four nursery rhyme compilation one-hour specials. All will begin rolling out in 2022.
How much does CoComelon make a year?
CoCoMelon, the top-ranked kids channel, pulls in as much as $120 million a year in advertising revenue, Social Blade estimates. And their influence goes beyond their own traffic: The most popular channels spawn hundreds of copycats mimicking their videos in hopes the YouTube algorithm will steer viewers to them.