Google Them: Internet Sensations Hit the Jackpot

Don't miss Cassie tonight on 106 at 6P/5C!

Emmanuel and Phillip Hudson - Phillip and Emmanuel Hudson first took to YouTube with their random comical song, "Questions." They've taken it one step farther with the "Ratchet Girl Anthem" and they're bringing their brand of humor and comedy to 106 & Park tonight!Don't miss these dynamic brothers tonight on 106 at 6P/5C!(Photo: Courtesy Facebook)

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Emmanuel and Phillip Hudson - Phillip and Emmanuel Hudson first took to YouTube with their random comical song, "Questions." They've taken it one step farther with the "Ratchet Girl Anthem" and they're bringing their brand of humor and comedy to 106 & Park tonight!Don't miss these dynamic brothers tonight on 106 at 6P/5C!(Photo: Courtesy Facebook)

Cassie - What guy wouldn't want to make Cassie their Valentine? She's talented, gorgeous and, most important, she's one of the sweetest girls you'll ever meet!(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

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Cassie - Cassie modeled and danced before signing to Bad Boy Records, but what a lot of people don't know is that she was actually discovered on MySpace by super producer Ryan Leslie.Don't miss Cassie tonight on 106 & Park at 6P/5C!(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

Soulja Boy vs. Bobbiye Sullinger and Herman Flowers - Soulja Boy was on the receiving end of twin lawsuits after a car accident. Driver Bobbiye Sullinger and passenger Herman Flowers filed a joint suit against Soulja for medical expenses, loss of income, and property damage that allegedly occurred after Soulja's Bentley hit their Chevy in L.A. The pair also claimed the rapper defamed them in a Youtube video in which Soulja called Bobbiye a racist and a liar because she accused him of stealing his whip.   (Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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Soulja Boy - Like Cassie, Soulja Boy found fame that made him his millions after being discovered on MySpace. At the time he was just an Atlanta teenager making songs for fun, but that fun made him a whole lot of money and has left fans with a dance routine that they'll never forget.(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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Justin Bieber - Justin Bieber is an international pop star and a musical prodigy that was discovered on YouTube by Justin Timberlake and Usher. Usher won that war and has been Justin Bieber's music guide ever since.(Photo: Kevin Winter/NBCUniversal/Getty Images)

Karmin - The duo met at the Berklee School of Music and have been making beautiful music ever since and sharing their original creations and covers on YouTube. Their musical prowess landed them a deal. Not too shabby, Karmin!(Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images)

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Karmin - The duo met at the Berklee School of Music and have been making beautiful music ever since and sharing their original creations and covers on YouTube. Their musical prowess landed them a deal. Not too shabby, Karmin!(Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images)

Sean Kingston - The reggae-pop singer has musical roots, but he didn't use his connections in music to land a deal, he did it on his own with the help of MySpace. After being discovered, he's made millions and made himself known with his distinct voice and musical style.(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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Sean Kingston - The reggae-pop singer has musical roots, but he didn't use his connections in music to land a deal, he did it on his own with the help of MySpace. After being discovered, he's made millions and made himself known with his distinct voice and musical style.(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Azealia Banks (@azealiabanks) - TWEET: "Iggy Azealea on the XXL freshman list is all wrong... How can you endorse a white woman who called herself a 'runway slave master'?"Harlem rapper Azealia Banks puts her two cents in about the reveal of XXL magazine's Freshman cover and their choice of Iggy Azalea as the first femcee on the cover.   (Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

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Azealia Banks - She's a Harlemite who's all about taking hip hop to the next level and YouTube. Before inking a deal, Azealia Banks used YouTube as a portal for as much exposure as possible, and it worked!(Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

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Odd Future - Odd Future is definitely odd, but that doesn't matter because they're extremely smart. They used the Internet to release a lot of free music and get recognized, and it worked.(Photo: Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup)

Lil' B - Before becoming a solo star, Lil' B was a part of the group The Pack and used Twitter and MySpace to drive a large following of listeners and fans.(Photo: Isaac Brekken/Getty Images)

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Lil' B - Before becoming a solo star, Lil' B was a part of the group The Pack and used Twitter and MySpace to drive a large following of listeners and fans.(Photo: Isaac Brekken/Getty Images)

Echoes of Silence - That same month, The Weeknd released his third free project, Echoes of Silence, which was once again hailed by critics and a rapidly growing number of fans. (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

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The Weeknd - If Drake were a singer, he'd be The Weeknd, the Canadian YouTube sensation that found fame there before hitting it big and becoming one of R&B's rising stars.(Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Leah LaBelle - Although Leah may have first been seen on American Idol, she's gained her following slowly and steadily because of the amazing musical posts that she has been putting on YouTube. It's worked in her favor because she's recently landed a record deal!(Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images)

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Leah LaBelle - Although Leah may have first been seen on American Idol, she's gained her following slowly and steadily because of the amazing musical posts that she has been putting on YouTube. It's worked in her favor because she's recently landed a record deal!(Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images)