Wishes poured in from fans across the globe as Faceless streamer and musician Corpse Husband turned 24 on August 8th. He announced a day before on Twitter that he, along with Amigops Sykkuno and Valkyrae, would play “Back 4 Blood” to celebrate the special day.

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Corpse Husband, who has over one million followers on his Twitch channel, is best known previously for his horror storytimes on YouTube. He gained popularity in 2020 on TikTok due to his intense voice.

In September 2020, he released the single “E-Girls Are Ruining My Life!”, featuring vocals from rapper Savage Ga$p, which generated major wide-spread commercial success for Corpse in 2020.  

Soon he started playing “Among Us” with popular gamers Valkyrae, Sykkuno, DisguisedToast, and Jacksepticeye.

In an interview with YouTuber Anthony Padilla in early March 2021, Corpse Husband revealed how his anonymity has made tasks harder for him.

Following his announcement on Twitter on Saturday, ‘#Happycorpseday’ and ‘HAPPY BIRTHDAY CORPSE’ began trending on the microblogging platform.

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Already his tweet has received over 125,000 likes and 5,400 retweets. 

Corpse Husband has a dedicated fanbase. His merchandise is sold out within minutes of release.

Corpse Husband also released a lo-fi song on his gaming clip YouTube channel, and it has received over one million views since June 11th.

Many fans shared on Twitter fanart and selfies featuring Corpse Husband’s coveted merchandise, along with heartfelt messages for the masked artist.

Corpse Husband’s gaming stream starts at 4:00 p.m. PST, 6:00 p.m. CST, and 7:00 p.m. EST. Currently, Corpse Husband has not announced on which platform he will be streaming on.