Play These Songs At Your Halloween Turn Up

The October hip-hop playlist you never knew you needed.
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The October hip-hop playlist you never knew you needed.

Excuse-To-Dress-Up-As-Your-Favorite-Rapper-Day otherwise known as Halloween is just around the corner. Time to find something in your closet to pass off as a costume and eat all the candy your mom bought to give out to the neighborhood kids (because back in the day that was your damn candy). 

Let's be real, you're probably not going to go trick or treating this year, so treat yourself to this: some of the best halloween(ish) hip-hop songs for your listening pleasure. You're welcome.

Tyler the Creator - Yonkers 

Did you see his eyes go all black? Scary af.

Kanye West (Ft. Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj & Bon Iver) - Monster 

The video to this banger is so disturbing it was banned; but nothing will hit you harder than Nicki's legendary verse. 

The Game (Ft. Lil Wayne & Tyler the Creator) - Martians Vs. Goblins 

You've got to agree, Game, Wayne and Tyler on the same track is spooky enough, whether you're a martian or a goblin. 

Eminem - Stan

Ain't nothing scarier than a creepy stalker fan. 

Jay-Z - D'Evils

Off of Reasonable Doubt, Jay discusses the drug business with a sinister delivery. 

Snoop Dogg - Murder Was The Case

Dr. Dre provides some eerie production on this track while Snoop spits about fighting for his life. 

Notorious B.I.G. - Suicidal Thoughts 

Biggie lets it all out on this track as he vents to Diddy about ending it all. 

Kid Cudi - Maniac 

The mind is a scary place to be. This song is about battling mental disturbances and the visuals make for an extra level of fear. 

Big L - Devil's Son

An MC gone way before his time, many aren't aware of Big L. If you haven't heard him spit yet, start here. A disturbing yet lyrical track where he describes himself as the devil's son. 

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Nightmare On My Street 

An old school joint based on Freddy Krueger himself.