This may seem incredibly random but, in my opinion, some of the most invaluable resources for learning a language on YouTube are Disney videos. Very early on in my German learning I discovered that virtually every song from the film 'Moana' was dubbed and double translated into German. I was delighted because all of the songs are pretty catchy and reading double translated material is the gold standard for fast learning. As a result, I spent hour upon hour watching the same songs over and over again to the point where I knew them off by heart. Here's an example:
If you type in 'Moana + 'language x' you should find lots of videos for the language you are learning. If you like these videos I would also recommend getting hold of of the whole film in a range of languages with subtitles in the language you are learning. This is a really tough way to learn to begin with but it will pay huge dividends if you watch films in the target language with subtitles in the language you are learning in addition to your 25 minutes of daily practice.
Plus if you use Disney films the pictures describe what is going on so well that it is pretty obvious what is happening at all times. This is why I would recommend Moana (or Vaiana as the film is called in all other languages!) so strongly. The final bonus is that once you know the film inside and out it is ridiculously helpful for your second, third and fourth languages as you know what's being said even if you don't have a clue about the language yet! Bonus!
You can get copies of Moana in a range of languages. If you start here you should be able to find a copy in the language you are learning! Have fun!