Gaming Soundtracks: Which Songs To Use During Twitch Stream?

Trending gaming soundtracks are a must-have if you’re looking to spice up your video game streams.

Your audience loves listening to music while playing video games. This much is true whether they play on PC, console, or handheld platforms.

However, there are only so many go-to songs one can use for their broadcasts before they start sounding a little tired.

To help you out, we took the liberty of creating a list of gaming soundtracks that are trending right now.

Which songs on Spotify’s new gaming playlists to use for Twitch streams?

Taking into account both popularity and diversity of genres, here they are:

  • Rocky Horror Picture Show – “Science Fiction Double Feature”

A classic track that will get the audience singing along with you. It’s a great song to use especially when you’re about to start a game of Roleta, which is an interactive Twitch game where viewers can vote on what it is that the streamer will play next.

  • “The Lazy Song” by Bruno Mars

Another classic that’s guaranteed to get people singing and clapping along with you. Just make sure to warn your viewers about the explicit lyrics before playing! Remember, Twitch doesn’t allow sexually explicit content on their platform, so if there are any naughty words in this song then either be prepared to muting them out or don’t play it at all.

  • “All Star” by Smash Mouth

This is another classic from the same band that brought us those hit songs “Walkin’ On The Sun”, “All Star”, and others. It’s a great song to use for fighting or action games especially if you’re going to be playing as Ryu, Ken, Lucario or any other type of martial artist.

  • “Catch Your Breath” by Kelly Clarkson

This is a great song to use if you’re playing an intense game like Call Of Duty or Counter-Strike. It’s also good for when your viewers are just relaxing and chilling in chat.

These are the trending gaming soundtracks that you should be using for your Twitch broadcasts.

Keep in mind as well that there are other songs available on the Spotify Gaming Playlists which might work for your streams, so don’t get too complacent and try mixing things up a little bit from time to time. You’ll be surprised with how much your viewership will thank you for it!

Happy gaming, fellow streamers!