YouTuber in tears after his Asmongold song remix reaches one million Spotify hits

Brent Koepp

A YouTube music producer broke down during his Twitch stream after finding out that he had reached over 1 million plays on Spotify for a song featuring World of Warcraft streamer ‘Asmongold’.

‘Constera’ is a Swedish music producer who is largely known for his remixes of clips from popular Twitch streamers, which he crafts into insanely catchy electronic songs. 

His music has featured personalities such as Félix ‘xQc‘ Lengyel, and Chance ‘Sodapoppin‘ Morris, with the songs often having a comedic bent. During an August 28 stream, the producer was overcome with emotion after hitting over 1 million streams on Spotify for a song about Asmongold.

“Never thought this could happen to me”

The Swede was in disbelief after finding out that his track ‘Sup Yall’, which features WoW streamer Asmongold, had reached a million streams on Spotify after going viral. “I just never thought something like this could ever happen to me!” he said.

The YouTuber became emotional when he looked at his successful song on Spotify. “Seeing this…” he paused as he hovered over the song, his voice wavering. “It’s kind of like out of this world for me.”

Addressing his audience, the streamer had to pause as he took it all in. “Fuck, I can’t dude,” he said wiping the tears from his eyes. “I’ve been working super hard to like somewhat make it in the music industry.”

He then talked about how difficult it has been for him in the past. “There has been a lot of stuff that has been really shitty in life. And I know everyone goes through that. But for me, it’s always been music that has helped me out a lot. And I’ve always wanted to give something back through music” he explained tearfully.

Constera’s popular track ‘Sup Yall’ was first uploaded on July 18, 2018 and has 736k views on YouTube, and as of the time of this article, has over a million streams on the popular streaming platform Spotify.

The song takes clips from WoW streamer Asmongold, and chops up his voice into a catchy beat. While the track was uploaded a year ago, it’s popularity has grown over time.

With WoW Classic recently having launched on August 27, perhaps the track will be the soundtrack for player’s adventures.

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Brent is a former writer at Dexerto based in the United States, who covered topics such as Pokemon, Gaming, and online Entertainment.