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The online gaming community has felt a little more "whole" since Dr. Disrespect made his streaming return on Youtube. After his ban from Twitch, which we've covered a lot here, there were a lot of questions about whether or not we'd ever see The Doc again. But even with the return, things have been a little "off" at some points in his streams.

Dr. Disrespect broke that down during Monday's stream with a very honest conversation about his state of mind:

But its not all bad news for the Two Time, Back to Back, 1993-1994 Blockbuster Video Game Champion. Not only is he back streaming, but he's been crushing the view count numbers, his sponsors have remained by his side, and he's released some songs too. Not just any songs, 'bangers' as the kids say.

Dr. Disrespect has released three songs on Youtube since his Twitch ban. The combined view counts have topped 6.5 million at the time of this writing. His song "Alleyways" leads that charge with over 4 million views itself...

Then Dr. Disrespect released "Red Skies" as he made his return to streaming. That song has almost hit 2 million views on its own....

Just last week, Dr. Disrespect released another song, this one called "Eclipse". In it's first week online, it went over 700,000 views, and is on pace to hit the 1 million mark soon as well...

But these aren't the first songs The Doc has ever posted online. He really broke through in the music world on accident. Dr. Disrespect is known for randomly singing (with the voice of an angel) on his stream, and someone took one of those moments, and turned it into this song...a tribute to Gillette razors...

Then there was another impromptu recording session on stream, and he just came up with some lyrics on the fly, and his duo partner mentioned that he liked it. During the same stream a viewer mixed it into a full song and sent it to him. He was able to hear it for the first time, and react on stream...

 

Dr. Disrespect has the voice of an angel, and its great to hear him on these outlets for his feelings. It was equally great to hear him share his feelings about his Twitch ban on stream as well. More people should take note of this example, and talk about their feelings more often. If Dr. Disrespect can do it, there's no excuse for you.