Youtube has been around for a couple of decades now. Creating a ton of videos for our entertainment also creating what they call YouTube celebrities. To name a few, PewDiePie, Nigahiga, DisguisedToast, and many more.
Along with these great YouTube celebrities, there is a YouTuber who is being recognized and rising to the top, his name is Corpse Husband, and he’s very very different.
Who is Corpse Husband?
Corpse Husband, or simply Corpse was born on August 8, 1997. He is an American YouTuber from San Diego, California who is part of a community of YouTubers known as Horror Narration Channels. Corpse Husband is well known for his very deep, distinguishable voice, which makes reading his horror stories entertaining and frightening for listeners.
Unlike other horror narrators, Corpse Husband prefers to read true horror stories, whether they are sent in by his subscribers, or from subreddits such as r/LetsNotMeet and r/NoSleep.
Before his channel, Corpse Husband had been told on numerous occasions that he had the voice to do narration; more specifically, horror narration on YouTube.
The name Corpse Husband was created whilst he sat down for 20 minutes, trying to think of a name for his channel. He wrote down a few names, and eventually, he came up with the name Corpse Husband.
When Corpse Husband first started recording videos, he had a microphone zip-tied with rubber-bands on a pop-filter which is why he sounded “so weird”. A few people enjoyed his content, so he decided to continue narrating.
Among Us Collabs and Music
Among Us continuing to take over sites like Twitch and YouTube, many of the biggest personalities in gaming have flocked to the party game for some back-stabbing fun.
Corpse Husband, a music artist, and YouTuber, has taken the game by storm after leaving the likes of JackSeptica, PewDiePie, and more stunned with the sound of his voice.
From the collaborations, Corpse Husband has taken off to a new level, becoming one of the fastest-growing YouTubers on the platform. After picking up over 2.4 million new subscribers in October alone, he is currently sitting at 4.1 million subscribers, all without ever showing his face on camera.
Corpse also has a lot of music content, focusing on his raspy and very deep voice. He is blowing up all social media like TikTok, Youtube, Instagram, and many more.
However, the star’s meteoric rise did not come without its downsides, and Corpse recently reflected on his success and the pressure that has been surrounding him in recent months. He is still thinking if people will still accept him if he made a face reveal.
Special Thanks to the artwork by @neoalixart on Twitter
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