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Social media sensation Danielle Cohn partners with Uplive USA

Updated: Nov 22, 2022

Los Angeles, California (May 26, 2018)- Powerhouse teen influencer Danielle Cohn has partnered with Uplive, a live streaming platform that showcases unique and specialized content from celebrities and influencers worldwide. A megastar in her own right, Cohn has millions of fans and is especially known for her entertaining and relatable live-streaming broadcasts.

Hailing from Orlando, Florida, 14-year-old Cohn shot to fame via the lip-synching social media app, where she has since amassed 11 million fans to date. Cohn remains a top talent on the platform with her content alone generating 3-4 million views daily as well as receiving hearts, which currently total 1.9 billion. In 2017, Cohn, now a recording artist signed to Audity Music, released her debut hit single “Marilyn Monroe.” In the same year, she was nominated for a Teen Choice Award in the “Choice Muser” category.

Cohn’s social media influence has expanded to platforms including Instagram, where she currently boasts 2.2 million followers and YouTube, where the music videos and creative content posted to her channel have over 35.2 million views. In addition to creating content for her millions of fans worldwide, Cohn is a full-time student and is also currently working on her debut studio album.

Cohn’s partnership with Uplive for their much anticipated US launch will give fans extraordinary access to the star as she utilizes the live streaming platform to share music, beauty and fashion tips as well as exclusive behind the scenes content. “I’m happy to find a new home on Uplive and look forward to engaging with my fans [here],” said Cohn. “I’m excited to be a part of this new adventure.”

About Uplive:

Launched in May, 2016, Uplive is a live-streaming platform that allows viewers to broadcast and view real-time videos via their smartphones. The platforms unique blockchain protocol allows users the ability to send virtual gifts to content creators, which can then be exchanged for money. Currently available in over 100 countries, the app currently supports sixteen languages including Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Thai.

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