Haunting Hip-Hop Headlines

Boo! Did I scare you? Well if you couldn’t tell by my Monday post, I am back from my hiatus and back in full swing. In honor of All Hallows Eve I have scoured the web to bring you some haunting hip-hop headlines.

Aesop Rock kicks it off with a gruesome video for his song Coffee:

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Next Werner von Wallenrod’s Humble, Little Hip-Hop Blog gaves us a “A Record for Halloween”. In which he reviews Lovebug Starski’s song Amityville for your spooky turntables to spin. Favorite line from the review:

Anyway, this is a “monster mash”-style record, in the tradition of Whodini’s classic “Haunted House of Rock.” That’s of course the unfuckwithable original Halloween hip-hop record, but this one is really great, too.

If you missed the recent Ecliptic Sight Podcast then you are missing out on the devilishly inspired music that dwells in the ESP: Disturbing Edition.

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