IceJJFish

IceJJFish

Updated Feb 12, 2014 at 11:35PM EST by Brad.

Added Feb 12, 2014 at 11:27AM EST by Don.

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IceJJFish is the pseudonym of singer-rapper Daniel Mcloyd who gained notoriety online for his YouTube music videos and off-key vocals.

Online History

On December 20th, 2011, Mcloyd uploaded his first video to YouTube, which featured his cover of the 1999 hip hop song “Back That Ass Up” by Juvenile (shown below). On December 27th, he uploaded a rap song titled “DMoney – Higher Than an Airplane” (shown below, right).



On January 11th, 2012, IceJJFish uploaded a video titled “The Best Singer Ever to Live,” in which he sings a song in a high-pitched voice while drumming a beat with his hands (shown below, left). On January 20th, he uploaded a similar-style video titled “The Most Talented Singer Ever” (shown below, right).



On November 18th, 2013, Mcloyd posted a cover of the 2013 R&B song “Hold On, We’re Going Home” by Drake (shown below, left). In the following three months, the video accumulated upwards of 555,000 views and 2,200 comments. On December 3rd, Mcloyd launched a Facebook[2] page titled “The Famous Ice JJ Fish,” which gained over 25,600 likes within two months. On January 6th, 2014, the IceJJfish YouTube channel uploaded a music video for the song “No Topping You,” in which a shirtless Mcloyd is shown embracing a woman while serenading her (shown below, right).



On the Floor

On February 6th, 2014, IceJJFish uploaded the music video for his track “On the Floor,” in which he is shown wooing a young woman in a variety of locations (shown below). The following day, Redditor mrpinenutz submitted the video to the /r/videos[1] subreddit, where it gained more than 1,700 up votes and 280 comments. On February 9th, The Huffington Post[3] highlighted the music video and mocked the video’s description claiming that Mcloyd was “comparable to the second coming of Jesus.. maybe even 2pac.”



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