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It's that time of the year again...spoopy season! To celebrate, we've compiled 50 scary songs into a convenient playlist. Unlike last Halloween, where we bestowed upon our dear readers a mere 10 scary rap songs to spook you, this year, we're welcoming tracks and artists of many genres.

We open things up with the creepy chords of Tyler, the Creator's "Who Dat Boy," weaving through ultimate spooky rapper Lil Wop, shock rocker Marilyn Manson, the Prince of Darkness Ozzy Osbourne (via his band Black Sabbath), classics from Eminem, Rihanna, old school throwbacks from Immortal Technique, DMX, and DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, and much more.

Listen to our playlist of 50 scary songs below, and let us know if there are any spooky bangers we missed out on in the comments. Happy Halloween! ????

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For more like this, tune into Jacob Banks' playlist for Highsnobiety Soundsystem right here.

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