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Corpse Husband Hosts His First Twitch Stream, Teases New Song

Corpse Husband hosted his first Twitch stream this month with the internet personality teasing a part of his new song to his viewers. He then went on to play a slew of games with Valkyrae, Sykkuno, and Pokimane.

There has been a lot of hype surrounding Corpse Husband Twitch debut. Much to the delight of his fans, he divulged details about his plans for the first Twitch stream when he hit 900k followers. He made this surprise announcement on July 31, sending his fanbase into a tizzy.

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He started his first-ever Twitch stream by talking to his friends and trying to find a game they could play. They decided to play Left 4 Dead 2. Corpse even played a snippet of his new song to celebrate the fact that he had 900k followers although he had never streamed on the platform.

The 23-year-old musician leaked it once before but deleted the post. So, this was a chance for his fans to listen to it again. “I want to play the Poltergeist [song],” he said. “The song’s not actually named Poltergeist, but I’ll play it again. I want to see how loud it is.”

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When he played the Poltergeist, Corpse claimed that it was so loud it “woke up everybody that was sleeping.”

After that, things had returned to normal. They played games, made entertaining content for their fans, and talked about stuff. In other words, Corpse’s Twitch debut proved to be a huge success, which is barely surprising given his popularity.

On top of that, he even reached the million followers milestone on his first stream, per Dexerto. It is still unclear whether it will be a regular thing since he hasn’t confirmed that the Amazon-owned platform is his new home. 

Sana Khan

Sana Khan

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