Panic! At The Disco vocalist Brendon Urie has said that Twitch will be the "extent of his content" until there’s a new album, after declining an offer to collaborate with YouTuber James Charles.
The singer, and the only remaining member of band Panic! At the Disco, engaged with fans while playing Fortnite, discussing that following his recent tour for his album ‘Pray for the Wicked’, he is now relaxing until another album is made. He's been streaming regularly on Twitch for the past few weeks.
"I'm not leaving my house for the rest of the year. How fuckin' ridiculous is that? This is the extent of my content until I do another album. I'm such a f***ing lazy a**hole." Brendon said during his live-stream.
The singer released a collaboration single with Taylor Swift in April 2019 titled “ME!” after having the longest leading number one single with ‘High Hopes’ in over a decade with it placing consistently for 15 weeks.
In the same live-stream, James Charles commented saying, “Brendon. King. Legend of music and all things amazing. Like, let me glam you, like we talked about”, which was met with a polite decline explaining that Urie is staying in this house until the next album is complete.
It is unclear whether this was because of Urie’s prior commitments to music, or the news of the controversy surrounding James Charles and Tati Westbrook.
Though with Urie commenting on Scooter Braun’s behaviour towards ME! co-musician Swift referring to Braun on Twitch as “toxic dudes doing toxic bullshit in this toxic industry,” it is clear that Urie is aware of social relationships and how it impacts individuals in the space.
brendon urie turned down james charles' offer KDKKDKSKS pic.twitter.com/Ro1pJg0Gwr— jerah (@MCU616) July 13, 2019