Fans obsessed with anonymous streamer Corpse Husband won a Times Square billboard and flew a message over California to promote his music

Fans obsessed with anonymous streamer Corpse Husband won a Times Square billboard and flew a message over California to promote his music
The tweet and banner giving Corpse Husband free promotion.Twitter @Corpse_Husband/ @moonsvskies
  • Streamer and singer Corpse Husband has received his fair share of free promotion due to his fan base.
  • Over the weekend, half a million Corpse fans liked a tweet, earning him a Times Square billboard.
  • A different group of fans raised money to fly a banner over San Diego, promoting Corpse's music.

Fans of Corpse Husband, the faceless singer and streamer with 2.7 million Twitter followers, have been working together to promote his music. Over the weekend, they managed to secure him a billboard in Times Square by liking a tweet a half million times and then followed that up with a banner flown over San Diego, California.

The recent events are a testament to the dedication of the mysterious figure's rabid fanbase.

Corpse Husband fans voted to get him a billboard in Times Square

On February 11, GymShark, the fitness clothing and apparel company, tweeted that the most liked tweet in their replies will get a billboard in Times Square. Corpse Husband responded referencing his recent single, writing "STREAM E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE!" The song has been listened to 100 million times on Spotify, making it his most listened-to song by far.
In the following days, Corpse mobilized his followers, asking them in two separate posts to like the tweet to get his message on the Billboard and promote his music.

Fellow influencers like Jimmy Donaldson, known as MrBeast, and Dream responded, imploring their own fan bases to like the tweet. The competition was close with Jonathan Schlatt, known as streamer JSchlatt, but by the time the contest closed two days later on Saturday, Corpse had won out with over half a million likes.

Fans also flew a banner over San Diego to promote Corpse's latest single

In January, Corpse tweeted that he had added his song "Agoraphobic" to Spotify, which his fans have already listened to over nine million times.

On February 3, Em, who runs the fan account @WESTCOASTC0RPSE on Twitter, tweeted out that they would be raising money to have a banner promoting "Agoraphobic" flown over San Diego, Corpse's suspected home town. The community needed $595 to fly the banner for around 15 minutes.

"It started out as a joke between me and a friend because we were making stupid edits really late at night and I ended up requesting a quote from a company," Emma told Insider. "It turned into a really great way for us to do something fun as a community while also giving back and putting a little positivity into the world!"Over the next two weeks, the stans went into action, gathering what was needed to get the banner up. On top of that, $1,558 was raised on PayPal to go to the National Fibromyalgia Association since Corpse in the past has tweeted that he deals with the condition.

"Em wanted to take this to the next level and cause some real-life chaos," Spoons, a Corpse stan on Twitter who helped set-up the charity PayPal and the banner, said.

On Sunday, the banner flew over the Sizzler's Steakhouse in San Diego, being caught on video by some of Corpse Husband's fans. #CORPSEINTHESKY trended on Twitter, with fans exclaiming their excitement over this physical embodiment of their adoration for the content creator.

Corpse himself was elated at the sight of the banner, tweeting out his support.

Corpse Husband has exploded in popularity over the past year, with his music and gaming streams being highly popular. Alongside his singles, Corpse has played the popular survival game Among Us with Twitch's most successful streamers and even congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

"He's a sweetheart and I really vibe to his music," Emma said of her feelings towards Corpse. "I think everyone joined it because it's an absolutely insane idea and if it happened it would be hilarious, but also because it was an opportunity to donate to a cause that helps those suffering with chronic illnesses."