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OMFG, also known as Alex Savage and Loell Bergen, is a Canadian YouTube musician who makes Electronic, or EDM, music. He currently has over 700,000 subscribers, and is most known for his first song, Hello, gaining almost 160 Million views.
OMFG currently has 14 tracks (Listed by date of appearance):
- Hello (2014)
- I Love You (2015)
- Yeah (2015)
- Ok (2015)
- Ice Cream (2015)
- Mashed Potatoes (2015)
- Wonderful (2015)
- Stardust (2015)
- Jelly (2016)
- Everybody (2016)
- Nope (2017)
- Pancakes (2017)
- Hippo (2017)
- Dying (2017)
OMFG used to be thought of as a female producer since Alex used pictures of an amateur model, Kylee Boettcher, because he thought there weren't enough women producers on the internet, but some believe it was to hide his identity. Kylee was then fired after she denied Alex's offer of a selfie a day for social media after she graduated from high school. After that, Alex revealed himself on a Twitch stream announcement video (which has since then been deleted) on his channel.
OMFG's first track, released in November 2014 on Soundcloud, named "Hello", almost immediately sparked interests from the EDM community because of how much it stood out compared to other songs. Then two months later in December, OMFG pitched the track to the channel MrSuicideSheep, starting a relationship which ended with OMFG pulling multiple tracks from the channel (including Hello) for alleged copyright. The situation they are now in apparently could've been avoided, as MrSuicideSheep mentioned in a Facebook post. However, MrSuicideSheep has nothing against OMFG. This made many people begin to start conspiracy theories because of the full story and many people think that OMFG is being ghost-produced by someone else.
Alex only has one channel, which is his main channel , but his "second channel", OMFG 2, was not operated by him. Rather, OMFG 2 was a publicity stunt by a channel known as New Fade to see how many views and attention OMFG 2 would get. The official OMFG 2 channel has now been terminated, but others have popped up, claiming to be OMFG 2/New Fade.
- OMFG Trash is Alex's official secondary account, albeit on SoundCloud rather than YouTube. The account is mainly used to upload W.I.P. (Work in Progress) songs and new ideas.
- Alex, when starting out as a music producer in the early days of YouTube (Specifically 2009), posted music on a channel named FedUpVideo, which is known for two songs, Windows XP Song and Benefits. Since 2016, the channel has been terminated for impersonation, hinting at the idea that Alex doesn't need the channel anymore.
- the Windows XP Song on FedUpVideo was known due to the various Microsoft Windows remixes that occurred during 2008 through 2010. Benefits was recognized thanks to the now gone conspiracy website omfg.exposed because of the similarities between the main leads in Benefits and Alex's first OMFG song Hello.
- He has recently became god.