Corpse Husband Is Worth A Lot More Money Than You Think

Corpse Husband, the popular YouTuber and now billboard-famous musician, blew up on YouTube for his Among Us streams and his signature deep voice that he used for horror storytelling. Despite his fairly recent explosion in popularity, the  artist made more money than most probably realize in the past six months. Between YouTube views and Spotify streams, the content creator made over a million dollars despite his intense health battles, which made it difficult for him to the point of potentially ending his streaming career.


While Corpse Husband gained more and more fans, he stayed pretty secretive. In fact, he's never revealed his face. However, his Among Us videos have received millions of views, and his horror storytelling videos generate a decent following, as well. When it comes to his music, his surprisingly-lyrical hit "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life" has been streamed over 100 million times to date, and every one of his other songs have also been streamed millions of times. According to Corpse Husband, this success saved his life

There hasn't been any official word from Corpse Husband about how much he's earned, but there were a few guesses given his following on two major platforms.

Corpse Husband's earnings

Social Blade estimates that Corpse Husband makes anywhere from $2,000 to $34,000 monthly, which is a significant gap. These numbers are based on data from YouTube that Social Blade uses to create estimated monthly and yearly earnings. However, in October 2020, Nail Buzz claimed that he was probably making about $2,500 a day. According to Nail Buzz, this number is based on the average amount that YouTubers make per monetized view, but it is unclear if Corpse Husband's videos are monetized in the same way as many of his peers. This does not account for any donations the YouTuber may receive during a livestream, but it could illustrate how Corpse's less-consistent streaming schedule may effect his revenue.


When it comes to his music, it may a little easier to figure out a rough estimate of how much he has made. According to Business Insider, Spotify pays out roughly $1 for every 250 streams a song gets. The exact number changes depending on an artist's contract and listener base, but the price of $1 per 250 streams is an average for artists in 2021. Using these numbers, his eight Spotify singles could have earned him roughly $1.2 million.