Wallace's original channel was created in 2018 and focused on art related topics. He started a secondary channel in 2020 where he focused on subjects that ranged from social commentary on other YouTube creators as well as entertainment and pop culture.
In July 2020, Wallace released a trilogy of videos detailing the controversy surrounding internet personalities, Jeffree Star, Shane Dawson and Tati Westbrook. His videos were some of the most viewed regarding their scandals of that year and gained recognition for their research, detail and attention given to the creators' negative actions. Following the video focusing on Shane Dawson, Wallace's subscriber count jumped from 630,000 to over 1 million. He would later elect to remove the Shane, Jeffree, and Tati videos from his channel and not make more of the type, citing the strain they placed on him to make and the outdated information regarding James Charles which he felt painted him as too sympathetic in hindsight.
- It's All About Me: Part of D'Angelo's persona is self-confidence bordering on narcissism, played for comedy.
- Older Than He Looks: He's in his 20s, but could easily pass for an older high schooler if not for his fairly deep voice. References this indirectly in a few videos, in which he claims to have a hard time guessing people's ages due to not quite looking his own.
- OOC Is Serious Business: D'Angelo has a Deadpan Snarker style and sense of humor, but in "INFLUENCER-19", not only can he barely contain his anger at celebrities, Tiktok stars, and YouTubers for their shamless partying during the pandemic, but when he talks about the impact COVID had on his family, he's on the verge of tears.
- Shout-Out: In his video "The Disappearance Of Blaire White", he analyzes White's controversies, especially her recent controversy with a transgender power lifter. Almost all of the video's segments are titled after horror (or horror-adjacent) movies, including "The Blaire White Project", "The Silence of the Fans", "The Sixth Chance", "Hoaxbusters", "Hocus Wokest", "Night of the Missing Text", "The Whining", and "Parasocial Activity". This is fitting for a Halloween-themed episode.