Overwatch Gamer Rag Tagg Releases An (Angry) Album
Mike Sanders / 1 year ago
Fans of Overwatch might be familiar with the streamer Rag Tagg. For those unaware, he is a generally angry Scottish man who seems to have a very complex love/hate relationship with Overwatch.
On his YouTube Channel, he regularly shares his eloquent opinions in his wonderful Scottish brogue, mostly using 4-letter words. Yes, if you hadn’t guessed by now, his channel is not suited to children and incidentally, neither is his music.
In the video above, you get to see one of the tracks from his album in which he says what he thinks about the character Hanzo. On other tracks, he complains about players who are supposed to be gold rank but play like silver. You get the idea.
As the title would suggest, it’s basically an ode to toxicity within Overwatch.
Where can I buy the album?
Everywhere you would expect. Toxic Coaching is available on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes and GooglePlay. The Amazon link with some track samples can be visited here.
While it is certainly not suited for children, I must confess, I did laugh at it quite a lot. Possibly because I recognise a lot of myself in it.
What do you think? Do you watch Rag Tagg? A fan? In addition, any plans on buying the album? – Let us know in the comment!
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