Beginning in early 2023, Emma Chamberlain’s podcast will be available exclusively on Spotify.
According to Variety, the successful podcast “Anything Goes,” which is now syndicated through Cadance13’s Ramble, has signed a multiyear license agreement with the audio behemoth.
The 21-year-old YouTuber turned influencer stated that she has been listening to Spotify since she was 14 and that the site has developed her love and enthusiasm for podcasts and music.
“I am consistently wowed by the way the platform continues to evolve. I couldn’t be more honored to be their exclusive partner, and work together to allow ‘Anything Goes’ to blossom in ways it couldn’t have anywhere else.”
Emma began her podcasting career with “Stupid Genius,” a show designed to investigate broad issues such as “why do humans dream.” Still, after 40 episodes, she dropped the podcast and replaced it with “Anything Goes,” a solo show that gave her more freedom to discuss a broader range of topics.
According to Max Cutler, VP Creator Content and Partnerships:
“[Emma’s] vulnerability, authenticity, and contributions to the larger cultural conversation are truly inspiring.”
Emma Chamberlain rose to prominence on YouTube in 2018 due to her uniquely personal approach to the vlog genre. Her channel currently has 11.9 million followers.
Aside from that, she has dabbled in other businesses, such as hosting the red carpet at the 2022 Met Gala and launching a coffee company in 2019 that recently completed a $7 million Series A investment round in August.
Emma Chamberlain will join the ranks of other podcast creators whose shows are only available on the platform, such as Joe Rogan’s “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Emma Chamberlain, an American YouTuber and social media star, has a claimed net worth of $12 million.
She launched her YouTube channel in 2016, but didn’t post anything until the summer of 2017.
After collaborating with several well-known YouTubers, including the Dolan Twins and Cody Ko, her videos quickly went viral.
The New York Times called Emma the “funniest person on YouTube,” and TIME named her one of the “25 Most Influential People on the Internet.”
Emma has volunteered for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and appeared in one of its promotional videos.