Halloween Music is Superior And Here’s Why

Thriller by Michael Jackson. End of blog post.

Do you agree with me? Which holiday has the best music in your opinion? And why do you agree that it’s Halloween?


Danny Gonzalez’s Spooky Obsession

Danny Gonzalez has done it again. On October 9th, 2020, he dropped the long awaited song, “Spooky Man.” This song is the finale of his Spooky Boy saga but only the beginning of his legacy as The Spooky King.

To think that the saga has come to an end is truly a chilling thought. Over the past 4 years, Danny has been giving us (candy) bars, (skele)tons of halloween tunes, and terif-ire lyrics. He’s given us treat after treat, and the only trick he’s played was the occasional word play mind fuck because his lyrics are so good. 

Each and every song within the Spooky Boy Saga carry a lot of meaning and I hold them dearly to my heart. There’s nothing like hearing Danny say, “Make that ass shake like that ass is scared of me,” to really get you in the Halloween spirit. *sheds a tear*

There are 4 songs in the saga in total.

  1. Spooky Boy
  2. Spooky Guy
  3. Spooky Ho
  4. Spooky Man

And each one is a Halloween bop. My personal favorite is Spooky Boy, which you probably saw on my last post when I shared my Halloween Playlist. 

All in all, I thank Danny for his service, and I only hope to reach his level of spookiness one day.

What’s your favorite Halloween song? Share with me below.


A Spooky Playlist

This is a Halloween playlist you’ll actually want to listen to. I wanted to create a playlist that included classics, but also played around with newer and lesser known artists. You’re bound to find an artist or spooky song you’ve never heard of before with this playlist.

I recommend listening to the songs in order. I made the playlist available on Spotify and Apple Music. Let me know what you think! Happy Halloween!

Click here for the playlist on Apple Music:

Click here for the playlist on Spotify: