Kenny Beats, Danny Brown, and Other Artists Who Livestream On Twitch

Music is very much connected to video games. In fact, there are many musical artists who happen to stream on Twitch. Even though Twitch started out being a platform for video games, it’s safe to say that it has evolved into something so much more and that now it is possible for you to find a huge range of content on there, free of charge. 

Many artists and brands have started to utilise the live-streaming platform to engage with and grow their audience. GGPoker are an example of this, as are, who have had great success sponsoring talent to increase the exposure of their site and sport to newly interested parties. If you want to find out more about the artists that are on Twitch, then simply take a look below.

Kenny Beats

Kenny Beats only started streaming recently and he does have some of his videos on YouTube still, that being said he does like to give out tips and he uses the platform as one of his many ways of publishing content. The great thing about Kenny Beats is his honesty when he is talking to his fans. He explains in his very first live stream that he and the top producers like to use loops, and even though they do this, it doesn’t make them any less of a producer, or any less talented. He also gives a lot of advice on drum kits and he often gives advice free of charge.

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Matt Heafy

Matt Heafy, who is the guitarist and vocalist for heavy metal band Trivium has made a significant amount of money through the Twitch platform. Even though a lot of his content is geared towards Trivium fans, it’s safe to say that he is a bit of a gamer as well. Matt Heafy has a strong passion for e-sports, with a strong love for RPGs and first-person shooters. That being said, his music-related content is dominating the platform in recent months. He shows people how to play songs that he wrote, free of charge and he also creates engaging videos that help him to connect with fans on a deeper level.

Danny Brown

Danny Brown has been broadcasting a lot on Twitch lately as well. He likes to game but more recently he has been using the platform as a live-streaming site. He has debuted a lot of unreleased material on there and he has also stated that the material is not actually going to be released.  He also mentioned that some of the samples that were used in the songs had not been cleared. That being said, it’s all very exciting and it just goes to show how remarkable it is that artists have a platform where they can share content with their fans, for free.

Sabrina Solo Show

The Sabrina Solo Show is exactly as you’d expect. It’s a single woman that plays the kazoo, the kick drum and guitar. She focuses on playing a huge range of cover songs. They range from being released in the 1940s to the 2000s. She has been able to create quite a large fan base during her time and she has also really enjoyed the transition from having to record her videos to eventually being able to stream them live. She has stated that she feels way more connected to her fans as a result and that this is helping her to ensure that she is able to give the best possible experience. This is all very good to say the least and it just goes to show how far the platform has come. It also shows how phenomenal it is that people are able to share in this experience without having to open their wallets.