YouTube sensation Corpse Husband seemed to look from nowhere throughout the 2020 Among Us hype, but since then he has gone on becoming a hugely recognizable name in the streaming world – without ever once revealing his face.
In the room of less than year, Corpse Husband went from being fully a horror narration YouTuber to a net sensation, his deep voice adding to the mystery surrounding his true identity which helped propel him to viral success.what does corpse husband look like
With over seven million subscribers on his main YouTube channel and an additional two million on his music channel, he's a substantial following, but those numbers are nothing set alongside the numbers that he sees in the form of likes on Twitter, with fans ready to flood a common creator with support at the drop of a hat.
While Corpse has been on YouTube since 2015, previously year he has turned into a breakout name – but who exactly is Corpse Husband, and how come he so popular?
Who is Corpse Husband?The short answer to this really is, no one knows. Anonymity is Corpse's whole brand, so we realize absolutely nothing about his real name, height or personal life.
Read More: When will Corpse Husband stream on Twitch?Does Corpse Husband have a lover? No idea. Where does he live? Nix. All we realize that he comes with an exceedingly deep voice and, apparently, a whole lot of charm.
Oh, and his birthday is August 8, 1997, making him 23 years old during the time of writing.
Corpse Husband Face RevealWhile being faceless is Corpse's whole brand, the YouTuber doesn't live in a fantasy world. When discussing a face reveal the gothic sensation admitted that it “realistically will inevitably happen against [his] will.”
He's expressed, however, that he knows showing his face to the world would inevitably disappoint some fans. This anxiety is created worse by the actual fact he himself “deeply f**cking hate[s] [his] own face.”
“I mean, if you have thousands of people like ‘I believe he looks similar to this or similar to this'and you look dramatically different from them all, it's like you're planning to disappointed lots of people at the same time and I'd rather not do that.”
Although he told Anthony Padilla that he's “woken up some days and ha[s] been like f**k it, I'm gonna post a selfie literally at this time and use it my story,” by these comments it probably won't be him that does it.
On saying that, he did “reveal” a strand of his hair, so you never know.
YouTube and Among UsCorpse's YouTube career began in the realms of horror story narration. Citing online CreepyPasta narration channels such as Mr.Nightmare, Be.Buster and Lazy Masquerade as inspiration, Corpse created his own iteration of a horror narration channel, along with his distinctive deep voice adding to the spookiness of his videos.
Read More: What's Among Us?But his decision to begin streaming Among Us when it became insanely popular around September 2020 was what helped launch his viral fame. His videos playing the overall game with other popular streamers like Valkyrae, PewDiePie, Sykkuno, and more, blew his creepier videos out from the waters in terms of views.
Corpse Husband's biggest momentsThe majority of the YouTuber's biggest moments have taken place on Twitter, where his fanbase is the absolute most active. Any given Tweet he posts has the potential to obtain hundreds and tens and thousands of likes, however when his fans rally together for a cause, the numbers are from this world.
In October, YouTuber MrBeast told his followers that the one who could ‘ratio'him the hardest – i.e. have more likes than his original tweet – would win $10,000. The competition was fierce, with Corpse Husband fans neck and neck with BTS fans almost right up until the end, but eventually, it was Corpse that finished up ratioing MrBeast the hardest, along with his tweet at over 580,000 likes.
In an identical competition in February, his fans showed off just how powerful they are, when Corpse finished up winning another ratio competition started by Gymshark. They offered to put the most-liked reply on a Times Square billboard, and the YouTuber finished up winning with 550,000 likes. Gymshark followed through on the promise, and the billboard went up on March 6.
Corpse Husband's music
Alongside being fully a streamer and content creator, Corpse has additionally released several songs that fans are absolutely obsessed with. he released his debut single in June 2020 titled “Miss You!” which surely got to number 31 on Billboard's Rock/Alt chart.