Corpse Husband has released his new song, much to the delight of his fans who have been waiting with bated breath for it. As expected, they are already loving it.
The YouTuber and streamer rose to popularity in 2020, and his stardom continued to expand rapidly. Aside from that, his music career has been a huge success, which paved the way for a collaboration between him with Machine Gun Kelly and other big artists.
During an Aug. stream, Corpse revealed that he has been working on a new song. He went on to confirm that it will be released by the end of the month, per Dexerto. Ahead of the release, Corpse shared a snippet of the track, which he described as club beat.
Taking to his Twitter account on Sept. 1, Corpse explained why the song’s release date had to be pushed back, despite Aug. being over. He confirmed that the new song will be released on Sept. 3.
— CORPSE (@CORPSE) September 1, 2021
“So, I may have made a few miscalculations,” he said. “So, you’re supposed to release new music on Fridays, and to my sheer dismay, August doesn’t just coincidentally end on a Friday. However, September 3rd is a Friday, and that’s in a couple days.”
CORPSE w/ @nightlovell – HOT DEMON B!TCHES NEAR U ! ! !
APPLE MUSIC: https://t.co/2YkKIqm79A
OUT ON ALL PLATFORMS#HOTDEMONBITCHESNEARU
— Corpse Husband (@Corpse_Husband) September 3, 2021
On Sept. 3, Corpse announced that the much-awaited song with rapper Night Lovell was out. He revealed the title to be, “HOT DEMON B!TCHES NEAR U!!”
— Sykkuno (@Sykkuno) September 3, 2021
*throws it back*
— rae☀️ (@Valkyrae) September 3, 2021
Fans took to the comments section to congratulate Corpse on the latest edition to his discography, and described the song as a “banger.” Some of Corpse’s friends including Valkyrae supported the new release. Valkyrae had played Corpse in the music video for the song “DAYWALKER!” with Machine Gun Kelly.
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The track is currently available on Apple Music, SoundCloud, and Spotify. It is likely to garner more popularity in the coming weeks.