Born in Germany, Flula Borg moved to Los Angeles in his 20s and worked as a DJ, making personal appearances to highlight his infectious personality. With the advent of YouTube, Borg found a new avenue to express himself. In 2007 he began posting vlogs on YouTube that documented his ongoing adjustment to life in Los Angeles, launching his YouTube channel, Flula. The same year, he made his debut in the AT&T Originals Documentaries, as an on camera guide for audiences to have a peek into experiences like the Dallas Cowboys training camp and Comic Con. In 2012, Borg began his AutoTune series of online videos that featured Borg recording covers of current hits in his car using a few instruments and some simple recording equipment. In 2015, Flula appeared in "Pitch Perfect 2" (2015) and "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip" (2015). In 2016, he wrote and starred in the film "Buddymoon" (2016) with David Giuntoli.