Jake Chudnow is a London based Electronic music producer, drummer and video/filmmaker, originally from New York, having been active since beginning in the early-mid 2000s and having been a drummer since high school. His unique wave-wave electronic music has been well known to be featured on the popular YouTube channels Barely Political, Vsauce, MinutePhysics, and others, and he used to be a member of a Barely Political skit known as "The Key of Awesome", and in the episode "WE BROKE YOUTUBE!" he was known as "The Prince of YouTube". He creates his own music videos, for his music, except for some cases in which he collaborates with other filmmakers and video editors to provide a video for some of his songs, as is the case with his songs "Yo" and "Lions Tigers and Apes Part II", where the videos were produced by Alex Munro. He also has performed as a drummer for the bands "[The] Slowest Runner [in all the World]" from 2008 to 2011, and "Courtly Love" from 2013 to present. In late 2014, a deal was made between Jake and the music recording, production, and promotion organization Bloc with Jake's 2013 song "Shona" being re-released as a single from "Shona EP" on February 9th 2015. He is currently an employee at YouTube and Google as a founder and lead-strategist of YouTube Next Lab and is a former employee at Next New Networks which preceded Next Lab.