Live.Me is the app to download, as so many of our favorite starts are using it, such as Pentatonix’s Scott Hoying or Sons of Anarchy’s Ron Perlman. In case you are unfamilar with it, Live.Me allows its users to broadcast live to the world. As well as filming their own livestreams, users can also follow their favorite broadcasters and comment on their videos. Since the app allows so much creativity, no wonder it has created celebrities of its own. One user in particular has become one of the app’s most followed broadcasters, and his name is Ryan Carter, also known as “BlameRyanCarter” on Live.Me.
CelebMix recently asked Ryan some questions about his status on the Live.Me site, and any advice he would give to new users.
Tell us about yourself!
My name is Ryan Carter and I’m a singer/ songwriter. I started writing music after breaking my foot over in Japan during my contract as a Face Character at Tokyo DisneyLand. While recovering from my injuries, I found live streaming and never looked back.
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When did you first start broadcasting on Live.Me?
I started broadcasting 11 months ago, back at the beginning of June 2016.
How does it feel to be one of Live.Me’s top users?
Being a top broadcaster on the app comes with a lot of pressure and responsibility. I am humbled by all the opportunities presented to me and am thankful to be apart of the movement.
What advice would you give to other Live.Me users who also want to make it big?
Broadcast everyday! Make your presence known by visiting other broadcasters and gifting. You give to get with Live.me.
Who are some of your favorite broadcasters on the app?
Some of my favorite broadcasters include Tj Donahue, Sammie Firth, Amber Tiana, Kanou Awata, Jess Carmen, Sarcasm Queen, Kaitlyn Malone, Jordan Wood, Puppet Girl, and Cyan Rose.
What can people expect from your broadcasts?
MUSIC! My Legos expect music, whether i’m singing and playing piano or just playing spotify, singing along, and chitchatting. I also LOVE to prank people, especially my roommates and other broadcasters. No one is safe!
Why should our CelebMix readers download the app?
Thank you so much Ryan for taking the time to answer some questions!
Make sure to download the Live.Me app on either Google Play or the App Store and add Ryan by searching “BlameRyanCarter” on Live.Me. Stay updated on the latest celebs using the app by following Live.Me on twitter at @. Also, don’t forget to follow us on Twitter as well at @CelebMix!