5 Celebrity Musical Artists that Stream on Twitch

Musical Artists that Stream on Twitch
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Twitch isn’t just a hobby for everyday users, as celebrities also enjoy their fair share of streaming time.  

At the end of the day, famous celebs aren’t that different from us—they go out to dinner, spend time with friends, and enjoy a range of hobbies. In fact, we may be familiar with some of these hobbies, and even participate in them ourselves. Streaming on Twitch is one example of a popular activity that the rich and famous, especially musical artists, participate in in their free time.

What is Twitch?

Before we get take a look at these notable names, let’s clarify what exactly Twitch is for those that are not already familiar with it. Launched over 10 years ago in the summer of 2011, Twitch is a platform for live streaming, primarily focused on video games that can range from Esports broadcasts to a handful of other gaming genres. For example, many well-known gamers take to the site to stream their first-person shooter gameplay, while other professional poker players play the strategic card game in front of the camera, gaining millions of viewers in the process. Whatever your game of choice, there is someone out there who is busy at work streaming the content you most want to see. So, without further ado, here are five musical artists that are big Twitch fans.               

Snoop Dog

First up is none other than Snoop Doggy Dog. The long-time rapper and media personality is very active on the streaming platform with his own channel that mostly features him playing the best-selling sports series, Madden. He notes that his streaming style is ‘chill’, and he simply enjoys sitting back and relaxing with a controller in hand. Doggydog20, as he is known on Twitch, boasts in nearly 370,000 followers so it’s safe to say that he is doing something right.


Former rapper Logic surpasses Snoop’s viewing base with a whopping 554,000 followers. Although the artist has retired from the music scene, he has managed to grow his fanbase in a different, virtual environment by streaming both video games and competing in live chess matches! The 31-year-old rapper turned content creator also makes rap beats on the platform and connects with followers through interactive Q&A sessions.

Justin Bieber

Moving away from famous rappers and into the pop music scene, Grammy award-winning singer Justin Bieber is also no stranger to Twitch. Instead of recording himself while playing video games, the Canadian-born star streams everything from interviews with fellow celebs to musical sessions that feature some of his greatest hits and even new material. If you’re a ‘Belieber’ fanatic, don’t hesitate to head on over to his page today.

Artists that Stream on Twitch
How many of these talented rappers and singers do you recognize?


Songwriter and recording artist T-pain is best known for participating in epic rap battles, releasing hits with unique vocal, robotic-like sounds, and generally dominating the musical rap scene of the early 2000s. Years later and the icon has remained front and center pop culturally, with almost 600,000 followers on Twitch. Because the artist streams practically every week, he is able to deliver exciting, relevant and fresh content to his many fans that keeps them coming back for more. If you tune into T-Pain’s channel, you’ll be greeted with a host of videos, many of which feature him playing popular games like Call of Duty and Overwatch and some others where he entertains fans with a killer freestyle or two.

Post Malone

Last but not least, international artist Post Malone shook the Twitch community when he announced he was partnering with HyperX to bring Call of Duty: Warzone streaming to followers on the platform in the summer of 2020. His broadcast received thousands of views and cemented him as a popular playmaker in the online gaming scene. Nowadays, his channel continues to thrive as you can catch him playing everything from battle royale titles like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to action-packed FPS games. One thing’s for certain- when this rapper goes live, an entertaining spectacle is promised for all.


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