N&A productions has more than One Million Subscribers
N&A productions is a Vlogger
N&A productions plays video games
N&A productions is a Musician
N&A productions is from the United Arab Emirates
N&A productions is male
N&A productions created their account in 2016
N&A productions is a Content Creator on YouTube

Hey, N&A Squad! Welcome back to another brand new video, another day, another banger!

―N&A productions' Intro

Amir (born: January 3, 2001 (2001-01-03) [age 20]), better known online as N&A productions (or simplyN&A), is an Emirati YouTube vlogger who currently resides in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He is infamous for making videos calling fictional characters and famous people and for making 3 AM videos.[1][2] He believes in Islam.

[1]click for a taste of Amirs content



On May 4, 2017, a YouTuber known as Pyrocynical talks about a lot of 'Calling YouTubers', and many of the times sarcastically parodies them.[3] Amir was a part of Pyro's video and shared one of Amir viral videos where he calls the boss baby. Pyro did show that video and it shows in Amir's video the boss baby. Pyro did say to Amir to not go outside where the boss baby "is". Amir did go outside (hallway) and saw the boss baby, but cardboarded, or just in 2D, not 3D, nor was it moving. 


On March 27, 2018, a YouTuber is known as Memeulous exposed Amir for misleading his titles[4]. Memeulous made a video about Amir "playing Fortnite with Lil Pump". Memeulous shares in the video that Amir doesn't show Lil Pump at all, but only mentions about his hair being multi-colored and saying it's "Gucci". Memeulous also talks about Amir and his Fidget Spinners in the intro. He says it's just to increase the time of the video, and to make people like the video. Memeulous just says to get to the actual intro or onto the point. He also mentions about Fidget Spinners in 2018, as it died down in 2017. Memeulous also mentions Amir repeating himself multiple times and stating "no one cares", and that the intro of the video is over 3 minutes, which is 1/3 of the entire video. Then Memeulous shows that Amir spends about a minute buying stuff without any cuts in the video, especially when he doesn't speak and doesn't make it entertaining. Memeulous then said the video should be 3 minutes realistically.

Memeulous came back with another video on Amir on May 16, 2018.[5] This time, Memeulous criticizes Amir for his calling videos and how fake they "obviously" are. Memeulous did first share Amir hair showing "esketit" shaved on the side. And also has a Logan Paul "Savage" tattoo on his arm, which was after Memeulous's first video on Amir. Memeulous first shares Amir's "Calling Thanos" video. Memeulous also shares how long Amir intros are, such as, explaining what happens at 3 AM and him doing his dances. Memeulous then shows Amir "calling" Thanos, and said that the sound of Thanos was just edited, and repeats the entire transcripts after "calling" Thanos. Memeulous then showed Thanos at the side, and how fake it was being cardboarded. And Memeulous also questions how people enjoying these types of videos while Amir has 1 million subscribers with a consistent number of views. Memeulous then shares another calling video "Calling Omega from Fortnite". Memeulous said that the edit quality is lower than the Thanos video. Memeulous immediately shows the part where "Omega" is really there, but poorly edited by just putting Omega in the screen, and getting rid of the green screen background.

Ever since Memeulous's videos, Amir's like to dislike ratio was 75% likes and 25% dislikes. Before that, it was most likely 90% likes or more.

3 AM Videos

On July 27, 2018, Sorrow TV also made a video exposing Amir. Namely on the three-minute intro, shoutouts to his sibling and fans on Instagram, 3 AM content, explaining various content and various fake content in the N&A channel.[6]

Giveaway Scams

On July 31, 2018, Penguinz0 also made a video exposing Amirpunchs content, which made his dislike ratio dip to roughly 50-50[7]. He also criticized his videos are all the same and ponders what kind of children would watch the things he did. Charlie (Penguinz0) also mentions about how Amir does free gift card giveaways, but does not provide proof that he gives away real gift cards. Charlie then questions why he is not terminated by breaking a YouTube rule and breaking the law.

Etika 3 AM Video

On June 24, famous YouTube streamer Etika was announced dead. 2 days later, Amir made a video titled "DO NOT FACETIME ETIKA AT 3 AM"[8] where he leeches off of his death. The video was deleted the same day by Amir, after a lot of YouTubers called him out for using Etika's death for views. On July 2, 2019, Amir posted an apology video[9] where he shifts the blame to his audience. Because of this, some of his videos got more dislikes than likes, which eventually levelled out. Even though he deleted the initial video, it has been reuploaded by many other smaller YouTubers. One of the bigger YouTubers to talk about this, was commentary YouTuber Pyrocynical.

DJ Cook

Another YouTuber known as DJ Cook also exposed N&A productions two times, on the second time he exposed him Amir messaged DJ Cook, he told that his parents were naughty to him, furthermore, DJ Cook also complained that N&A Productions always uses fidget spinners and Sonic in his videos.

The Start of Being Hated

Since late 2020 And early 2021, N&A began to close the comment section on most of his videos due to a massive influx of hate comments.

Privating His Old Non-Clickbait Videos

N & A has recently privated many of his older video's that are oddly not clickbait. The reason behind this is completely unknown.


  • Amir has a Logan Paul "SAVAGE" tattoo on his forearm, which he has shown to YouTuber KSI.[10]

Subscriber milestones

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 1 million subscribers: January 17, 2018
  • 2 million subscribers: April 28, 2019

Video View Milestones

  • 100 million views: October 10, 2017
  • 200 million views: October 13, 2018
  • 300 million views: December 15, 2019


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