Suspended from Fortnite’s Fall Skirmish for cheating, Nate Hill has to find other ways to entertain his chat, and he left his computer to do it.
For the first hour of his stream, he broke out a guitar and did a wide variety of songs sent in by his fans.
Songs ranged from old classics like Johnny Cash’s ‘Hurt’ to new RnB like Khalid’s ‘Location.’
A switch up like this often brings the best out of Twitch chat and Nate’s chat was on fire while he was singing.
“BibleThump” emotes and “Play Wonderwall” were spammed for the duration and most of the chat seemed supportive of Nate.
His chat has been waiting on this a long time. Nate originally promised a singing stream when he reached 200 subs, and with over 165,000 followers, he likely eclipsed that mark a long time ago.
Before jumping back into Fortnite, he thanked his new subs:
“Thank you for all the subs and donos I missed, I was singing and shit, you know?”
Before Nate Hill’s YouTube channel went to Fortnite clips five months ago, it was dedicated to his musical covers of songs ranging from Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” to Ed Sheeran’s “Photographs.”