Since then, Higa started composing the music himself.
How to be Gangster and How to be Emo were put back on nigahiga's channel in late August 2009, only to be removed a few days later, along with How to be Ninja and How to be Nerd.
He attended Wolmer's Boys' School and the College of Arts, Science, and Technology, now known as the University of Technology, where he was trained in commerce with an aim of pursuing an occupation in swimming Paul's manager and producer Jeremy Harding first heard about the singer when his brother told him about seeing someone at a small open mic event in Kingston who sounded a lot like the popular dancehall DJ and toaster Super Cat.
Harding eventually met the singer when Paul came by his studio to ask for some advice.
He chooses Higa and Fujiyoshi after discovering the popularity of their You Tube videos. They accept the offer, and run into some amusing situations on the way.
Ninja Melk, a 26-minute short film about ninjas, was released in August 2009.
He is known for his comedy videos on You Tube, which have been viewed over 3 billion times.
The nigahiga You Tube channel was created on July 20, 2006, by Higa, Fujiyoshi, Enos, and Nago (known collectively as "The Yabo Crew").
By December 21, 2010, it had reached 3 million subscribers, the first channel to do so.
In 2012, Higa helped form the YOMYOMF Network, which hosts the online video-making talent competition, Internet Icon, of which he served alongside Christine Lakin and Timothy De La Ghetto as main judges.
In 2008, Los Angeles producer Richard Van Vleet offered to help them create their first feature-length film. It included guest appearances from Ian and Anthony of Smosh, D-Trix, Kassem G and Hiimrawn.