YouTube star Jake Paul ‘s It’s Everyday Bro music video has been voted as the worst music video in history by Brits aged 16 to 24 in a new survey.
In the 2017 video Jake, 23, raps about his Lamborghini car, new Rolex, and job on the Disney channel, while bopping to the track with young teenagers.
After it was released, the video was widely panned by annoyed listeners on social media.
It has now come under more fire in a survey of more than 2,000 Brits, by music streaming service ROXi, to find the best and worst music videos in history.
And the poll, conducted by CensusWide, also found the British public’s worst music video of all time to be Crazy Frog’s Axel F.
Michael Jackson 1982 hit Thriller came in as the British public’s top music video of all time.
The results of the survey come as ROXi announces ROXi Music Video Jukebox service – a first for the music industry and consumers
The service delivers the world’s first full catalogue of 55million ad-free music videos on a streaming service for TVs.
ROXi Music Video Jukebox is being released as an upgrade to all new and existing ROXi devices at no extra cost.
It enables users to stream their catalogue of 55m songs with original music videos and virtual music videos if the song has no music video.
It combines all the official music videos available from Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, Beggars Group, FUGA and other labels.
It includes more than 54m virtual videos developed exclusively by ROXi.
Rob Lewis, ROXi CEO, said: “With demand for in-home digital entertainment at an all-time high, ROXi’s Music Video Jukebox offers consumers the world’s first fully comprehensive music video service.
“Given most artists can only afford to create music videos for a small selection of their music, it has never been possible to create a full catalogue audiovisual music experience before.”
ROXi is the world’s first “made for TV” music entertainment provider, delivering music entertainment experiences that allow consumers to listen, sing, dance and play together at home.
Users access the service through the ROXi Console, as well as through major Smart TV and Pay TV platforms, including Sky.
For more on the service, released in partnership with the worldwide photography library, Getty Images, visit the roxi.tv website.