Marshmello to Stream 'Joytime II,' Play Fortnite With Ninja Thursday: Watch

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Marshmello performs during the 20th annual Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on June 19, 2016 in Las Vegas.

Chill out, mellogang. The final 24 hours are upon us as we get ready for Marshmello to drop his candy-coated sophomore album, Joytime II. If you're still too impatient for the impending Friday, June 22, release, you can rejoice in the grand fluff-master's gracious nature as he streams the new album in a live session on Facebook Gaming, accompanied by his professional gamer friend Ninja, as they play some Fortnite for the fans.

Marshmello and Ninja have quite the bromance going. The two recently won an official Fortnite competition at the E3 Battle Royale, donating the $1 million winnings to charity. A celebratory reunion is in order; this will be the first time fans get to hear any of the album's tracks beyond lead singles "Tell Me" and "Check This Out." It's been hailed and teased as a return to his original sound, sure to be a sugar rush of vibrant future trap beats and high-pitched vocal samples. 

The live stream begins at 3 p.m. EST/12 p.m. PST in the video below. Tune in and watch some champions of sound and skill do work.