AGMV stands for American Girl Music Video. AGMVs are filmed as either an AGSM and AGLV. AGTubers typically use the original audio of the song they are making a music video to, but in the past, it was common for AGTubers to pitch songs to avoid being copyrighted. Now, YouTube's copyright system is usually able to detect when songs are pitched, so it is less effective.  

YouTube Copyright[edit | edit source]

YouTube also has Community Guidelines that include policies for more severe copyright violations. If these guidelines are not followed, you can receive a strike. If you get 3 strikes, your channel may be taken down. Fortunately, copyright strikes are usually not applied to copyrighted songs. If your video contains a copyrighted song, it will either have ads from the company that owns the song running on it, or it will be blocked in one or more countries. 

Popular AGMV Songs[edit | edit source]

AGTubers in music videos. This causes a trend of multiple creators making a music video to the same song. Below is a list of each of these occurrences and their years:

  • TiK ToK by Kesha (2009-2012)
  • Friday by Rebecca Black (2011)
  • Last Friday Night by Katy Perry (2011-2012)
  • Cry by Alexx Calise (2012-2013)
  • A Thousand Years by Christina Perri (2012-2016)
  • Take A Walk by Passion Pit (2013)
  • Elastic Heart by, Sia (2015)
  • Queen of Mean by, Sarah Jeffery (2019)

[This list is incomplete; if you know of any other popular AGTube songs and their years, please add them!]

Notable AGMVs[edit | edit source]

  • A Thousand Miles by, AmericanGirl077 (2011)
  • TiK ToK by, xmollygirlx (2010)
  • Queen of Mean by, boymeetsdolls (2019)
  • Elastic Heart by, atomicbetty334 (2015)
  • Scars To Your Beautiful by, 9CatLives (2017)
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