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Corpse Husband's Music Just Turned A Corner

The internet can't get enough of Corpse Husband — whether it's helping the content creator get a literal billboard on Times Square or watching him stream with the likes of Valkyrae, Sykkuno, and even Jimmy Fallon. His biggest song, "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life," just hit a major milestone, and the streamer is ecstatic.

Spotify shows "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life" as having over 150 million views. The song, which blew up on TikTok, is Corpse's biggest hit. With surprisingly intricate lyrics full of pop culture references and the signature deep voice that Corpse totes, it's easy to see why it's so popular.

This is a major win for the streamer and for fans that helped Corpse gain the traction he has. The Twitter competition that got Corpse Husband his billboard was won by his fans. The billboard specifically featured "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life," and fans can celebrate the song's success as they played a direct role in seeing it succeed. 

Corpse himself recognized the role that fans played in the song's success. In the tweet where he pointed out the song's success on Spotify, he wrote "we did it," bringing fans into the mix. Those same fans, and even his streaming companions, were beyond excited.

Fans are loving the success Corpse has seen

While Corpse is recognizable for his deep voice, he's also well loved by a variety of streamers because of his personality. Plenty of those streamers came and supported his success on Twitter. TinaKitten, Karl Jacobs, Valkyrae, CouRage, and Fuslie all congratulated the content creator on his success via Twitter.

Fans were quick to show their support as well, and because it's the internet, this mostly came in the form of memes. Twitter user KazimieraLuv tweeted out a picture of Patrick from Spongebob, saying "another milestone bby." Another user, pxoisongirl, referenced the influence Corpse Twitter fans have with a picture of a woman with a flaming hand and burning eyes saying "the power of Corpse Twitter."

Another highly liked meme reaction was from Nebu_lose, and it showed the Pope holding the cover for "E-Girls Are Ruining My Life" with a Corpse mask on. The words were simple: "we love to see it."

While he's seen massive success on Spotify, he's had a love-hate relationship with the platform. However, after his success on the music streaming site, his feeling may change.