“E-Girls Are Ruining My Life!” is a song by popular YouTuber Corpse Husband; he is also known as Corpse. The single was released on September 30, 2020, featuring famous American rapper Savage Ga$p.
Corpse Husband is a famous American musician and YouTuber. He is best recognized for his music and “faceless” videos on YouTube. In 2015, he created a YouTube channel and began his career by narrating horror stories on YouTube.
He uploaded horror content consecutively until 2020. Back in 2016, Corpse made his debut in music, being featured on the theme song “Grim Grinning Ghost” recorded by The Living Tombstone and Crusher P.
Besides, Corpse is most particularly famous for horror story narration on YouTube and video games Among Us and Let’s Play. People love his very deep or low-pitched bass voice. He is pretty popular on social media apps with 3.6m followers on Instagram and 7.61M subscribers on YouTube.
Birth Name: Corpse Husband
Date of Birth: August 8, 1997
Place of Birth: San Diego, California, USA
Age: 25 years (as of 2022)
Occupation: Musician, Youtuber
Youtube: Corpse Husband
Background and Composition of the song
The single itself does not relate much with the title, but the song could be interpreted as a sequel to one of Corpse’s previous tracks, “Cat Girls Are Ruining My Life!” The song composed deep bass vocals accompanied by Corpse and his music. The lyrics define references to popular culture, particularly anime like Bleach, Death Note, Naruto, and One-Punch Man.
Quick points of the song
Song – E-Girls Are Ruining My Life!
Featuring – Emma Langevin
Produced by – Heartful
Written By – Savage Ga$p & Corpse
Released Date – September 30, 2020
On the Billboard week of November 7, the song charted the Bubbling Under Hot 100 at number 24 and peaked the UK Singles Chart at number 90. The same week, one of his other tracks, “Miss You!”, charted on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs along with Corpse’s previous, “White Tee,” song spending a second week on the chart. “E-Girls Are Ruining My Life!” also reached number 2 on the Spotify Viral 50 and earned Corpse second place on Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25 chart.