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Valkyrae & Pokimane celebrate as Corpse Husband song smashes major milestone

Published: 23/Jul/2021 10:11

by Daniel Megarry

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Corpse Husband has revealed that his track E-Girls Are Ruining My Life has been certified Gold, and the internet has rushed to celebrate his huge achievement.

The “faceless” content creator may have made a name for himself by streaming games like Among Us and creating horror videos on YouTube, but his recent dive into the music industry is proving to be just as popular with fans.

Songs like Agoraphobic and debut single Miss You have all received tens of millions of streams on music services, and his recent collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly, Daywalker, hit the charts in both the US and the UK.

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But his single E-Girls Are Ruining My Life has just received extra-special recognition. In a tweet on July 23, Corpse Husband shared with followers that the song, which features Savage Ga$p, has been certified Gold by RIAA.

That means it’s sold over 500,000 copies!

The song, which was released independently by Corpse in September 2020, became the artist’s first big viral hit, and currently sits at the top of his most popular tracks on Spotify with over 160,000 streams.

Plenty of friends and fellow content creators sent their congratulations to Corpse following the big news, such as streamer Pokimane, who tweeted: “YES B*TCH LET’S GOOOOO.”

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Valkyrae, who appeared as Corpse Husband in the DAYWALKER music video, wrote, “CONGRATS! SO PROOD OF YOU!”, while 100 Thieves streamer Brooke added, “WOOOOOO CONGRATS CORPSE!!!! WE ARE ALL SO VERY VERY VERY PROUD OF U!!!!”

If you’re hoping for new Corpse music soon, it’s definitely on the way, but you might have to wait a little longer as the creator told fans back in June that he needs “a bit more time” to finalize all of his ideas.

Elsewhere, Corpse Husband has revealed that he’s planning his first-ever Twitch stream after hitting 900,000 followers on the platform – despite having never streamed on there before.

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