Nathan Speiser is an American social media star who was previously a member of Jake Paul’s social media squad, Team 10, one of the biggest vlogging teams, alongside his older brother Kade, who is also a popular social media star. He worked as the cameraman for Team 10, and after leaving the group, started posting one music beat each day on YouTube. He has also appeared in his brother’s channel and has most followers on Instagram despite limited activity.

Early Life

Nathan Speiser attended Jackson High School, where he was a member of a team of nine students who won the Citizen Patriot's "Skills That Pay The Bills" video contest in 2014. He worked as the videographer of the team to create a two-minute video demonstrating soft skills such as being attentive, using appropriate language, dressing properly and being organized and prepared. The winning team was also a part of Jackson High's student-run initiative, The Reflector News, which promoted and popularized the video. He graduated from there in 2016. He reportedly attended the University of Michigan for higher studies.


Nathan Speiser has followed in the footsteps of his older brother Kade, who is a pioneer in the social media realm and a member of Team 10, a social-media squad of Viners and YouTubers, run by Jake Paul, the brother of famous internet celebrity Logan Paul. After completing his graduation, Nathan joined Kade in Los Angeles as the cameraman of Team 10. Alongside making videos, he has been a music producer who was known as Spazy (not to be confused with Fortnite YouTuber of the same name) and produced SAUCE by Aristotlepetrou and Jake Paul’s Sticky Note. However, both he and his brother left the group, along with several other members, by late 2018 due to difficult working conditions under Greg Paul, the father of Logan and Jake Paul. Interestingly, the news of their departure was initially kept a secret.

Following their departure, he continued to produce music, unlike his brother, who produced videos. While his brother Kade was already active on YouTube, Nathan, who had his YouTube channel since 2011, started uploading videos in August 2019. He made videos about the beats he produced and continued to upload one beat each day ever since. While he didn’t create popular YouTube content on his channel, he often appears on his brother’s channel and has participated in several Q&A videos. Although he has been active on Instagram since 2014, he is not very active on the platform and only makes a handful of posts each year. He has posted pictures of himself with photography equipments, musical instruments, and sports cars (albeit not his).

Family Life

Nathan Speiser’s father, David Speiser, owns Jackson Trippers, Inc. He has an older brother named Kade who is also a social media star. He loves sports cars and occasionally drives his brother’s car. While appearing in two Q&A videos on his brother’s channel, he confirmed having a girlfriend, although he has not revealed her identity.