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Da List: Horror/Spooky/Hween Classics

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Black Music has music for every occasion. For this week of October, we are brining out the spooky, the horror-core hip hop, the dark R&B, Black Music with subject matter that plays good for this week. Whether you dress up or participate in the Halloween holiday or not, from Día de los Muertos (Mexican Day of the Dead), to Haitian Fet Gede (The sacred dead), there has always been celebrations of the dead, and all things mysterious and Black Magic. In the MIX all Friday Night through Sunday Night, we compiled some of our favorite joints of this sound. Check out the list and tune in all weekend to get ya Spook who Sat by the Door On.

CLG List

 

 

 

 

  1. Geto Boys “Chuckie”
  2. Gravediggaz “Diary Of A Madman”
  3. Brotha Lynch Hung “Rest In Piss”
  4. CBo “The Autopsy”
  5. Redman “Rated R”
  6. Dana Dane “Nightmares”
  7. Delinquents “Halloween”
  8. Snoop Dogg “Murda Was The Case”:
  9. Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince “Nightmare On My Street”
  10. Geto Boys “Mind Playin Tricks On Me”
  11. Ganksta Nip “South Park Psycho”
  12. DMG “Prelude to A Murdah”
  13. Spice “1 Faces Of Death”
  14. Above The Law “City Of Angels” Remix
  15. Comptons Most Wanted “Driveby Miss Daisy”
  16. Dr Dre “Murder Ink”
  17. Twista And Psychodrama “Adrenaline Rush”
  18. Mack 10 “Ghetto Horror Show”
  19. Snoop Dogg “Serial Killa”
  20. Serial Killers “How to get away with murder”
  21. LL Cool J ” 357 Break it on Down”
  22. Rockwell “Somebodys Watching Me”
  23. Prince “1999”
  24. Michael Jackson “Thriller”
  25. Dj Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince “Nightmare on My Street”

MangaDolo – 20 Halloween List

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “Dirty Ass Rats” – Dre Dog
  2. “Neighborhood Sickness” – Show & AG
  3. “Snakes” – Ol’ Dirty Bastard
  4. “Blood Brothers” – Gravediggaz
  5. “Mad Scientist” – MC Ren
  6. “The Autopsy” – C-Bo
  7. “Chuckie” – Geto Boys
  8. “Benzi Box” – DangerDoom & Cee-Lo Green
  9. “Vaudeville Villain” Viktor Vaughn
  10. “Addam’s Groove”  MC Hammer
  11. “Doomsday” – MF Doom
  12. “Reverand Tom” – Kool Keith
  13. “Journey Throo Da Darkside” – Redman
  14. “Sick-O” – 3X Krazy
  15. “Body Bag” – Dr. Dooom
  16. “Hell on Earth (Front Lines)” – Mobb Deep
  17. “Wild and Crazy” – Dr. Octagon
  18. “Mr. Sandman” – Method Man
  19. “Threatened” – Michael Jackson
  20. “Haunted House of Rock” – Whodini
  21. “Lay Down” – U-God
  22. “Blackula” – Kool Keith
  23. “Are You Ready for Freddy?” – Fat Boys
  24. “Monster” – Kayne West
  25. “Gimmie Some More” – Busta Rhymes

 

Ragesouljah’s List

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Dana Dane “Nightmares”
  2. Screaming Jay Hawkins “Put a Spell On You”
  3. Big Daddy Kane “Dance with the Devil”
  4. D’Angelou “Devils Pie”
  5. DMX “Damien”
  6. Whodini “Haunted House of Rock”
  7. MJ “Thriller”
  8. Ice Cube “Dr. Frankenstein”
  9. Jimmy Castor Bunch “Dracula”
  10. Tupac Shakur “Hail Mary”
  11. Ice Cube & Dr Dre “Natural Born Killers”
  12. Stevie Wonder “Superstition”
  13. Mac Mall “Monster”
  14. Midnight Star “Freak-a-zoid”
  15. DOC “Return of the Living Dead”
  16. Buju Banton “Murderer”
  17. Brotha Lynch Hung “Die: 1 by 1”
  18. Notorious Big “Your Nobody Til Somebody Kills You”
  19. Bushwick Bill “Bushwicken”
  20. Fela Kuti “Zombie”
  21. e-40 “Zombie” Feat. Tech N9ne, Brotha Lynch Hung
  22. Childish Gambino “Zombies”
  23. Devin the Dude “ Apartment #8216”
  24. Ice-T “Midnight”
  25. Gravediggaz “1-800-Suicide”

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