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Adam Ortiz (born: June 17, 1997 (1997-06-17) [age 21]), better known online as SomeThingElseYT, is an American YouTuber who posts Animations based on life stories. 


Adam started his YouTube channel on January 10, 2014, but didn't post anything until August 10, 2016. His first video was a Gym Skit. He made his first animation, a story about how he got into a car crash, on September 5, 2016. He kept making Animations and Gaming, until he quit gaming entirely, and focused solely on Animation. On May 27, 2017, he hit 100k subscribers. 

Since them, Adam continues to make animated videos and started collaborating with other YouTube (especially YouTube animators) such as Rebecca Parham from Let Me Explain Studios in Stole Mom's Credit Card to Buy N64.



On November 22, 2017, Adam posted a tweet about his latest video at the time being Demonetized. Later on, he revealed that all of his videos were Demonetized. Adam contacted YouTube many times, and nothing helped. Adam left his MCN off, and that disabled his monetization. He tried getting his Monetization verified, and it didn't work. On January 2, 2018, Adam's Monetization was turned on.

Locked out of account

On April 14, 2018, Adam tweeted about him being locked out of his YouTube account. He had been locked out for nearly 3 weeks before he tweeted about it. He asked TeamYouTube on Twitter if they could help, because he reset his password and typed it wrong when he wrote it on paper. He tried to reset it again, but he was denied because they didn't think it was him. He was logged on in his Computer and Phone but couldn't upload. Adam was denied a second time for a password reset, and claimed "His dream job had turned into a nightmare." On April 19, 2018, Adam was able to log onto his YouTube account again.


Pre-1 million

  • SomeThingElseYT hit 100k subscribers on May 27, 2017.
  • SomeThingElseYT hit 500k subscribers on November 28, 2017.

Post-1 million

  • SomeThingElseYT hit 1 million subscribers on July 17, 2018.

Wikitubia Age Rating

10 for a lot of videos.