Nice Peter as T-Series (Left)
|Full name||Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited|
|Founded||July 11, 1983|
|Appeared in||PewDiePie vs T-Series|
|Votes on community poll||21%|
|Release date||December 16, 2018|
Information on the rapper
Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, doing business as T-Series, is an Indian music record label and film production company founded by Gulshan Kumar in 1983. It is primarily known for Bollywood music soundtracks and Indi-pop music. As of 2017, T-Series is one of the largest Indian music record labels, along with Zee Music and Sony Music India.
After Gulshan Kumar's death in 1997, the company has since been led by his son Bhushan Kumar, with the help of Gulshan's younger brother Krishan Kumar. In late 2018, their notoriety in the West increased as their subscriber count on YouTube approached the then most-subscribed channel, PewDiePie. In May 2019, T-Series has reached over 100 million subscribers, becoming the first YouTube channel to reach this milestone, and the competition between it and PewDiePie is generally presumed to have ended.
Yo, I'm a faceless, nameless corporate enterprise,
And I've still got more personality than this guy!
PewDiePie, let me dish up some truth:
You talk like a child; I'll call ya Hitler Youth!
I've seen your Bitch Lasagna; you've got no flow at all!
It sounds like your verses were written by Jake Paul!
Jumping you in subs is just my next hurdle!
First I'll crush you with my words like the Wall Street Journal!
Mr. Kumar was a hero; better watch what you say
Before I smack your ass back to the days of Let's Play!
I started on cassettes; now I'm making movie deals,
While you're screaming like an autistic demon playing Happy Wheels!
And I would bet that those two dudes on Fiverr
Have a better education than most of your subscribers!
So don't come messing with the Indians, chief!
Why don't you make like some Hindus and give up the beef?
- T-Series is the second genderless rapper, as well as the second non-living thing to participate in a rap battle, after HAL 9000.
- Unlike HAL though, it has a body rapper and is representing the company itself.