Intimidating song titles
No words make it easier for every family member/friend/coworker/client to dance along to, thus increasing your chances of momentary arena fame.
Already, we’re exhausted from scary movie overdoses, bowls of bite-size treats, and telling unfortunate souls that their Donald Trump costume is still a major cliché.
Coming from the lower rungs of society, the environment many rap artists are groomed in is not for the faint of heart and can instill a mean streak strictly in the name of survival.
The NFL season kicks off tonight with the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens, and depending on your allegiance, the new year will bring about all kinds of new rivalries and reasons to trash talk, or simply justify drinking all Sunday long.So it only made sense that the Atlanta rapper flew out to the Bay to perform the song not once but twice during their playoff run.The Head-Scratchers The White Stripes, “Seven Nation Army” We feel confident saying Jack White by no means intended for his 2003 track to become beloved in arenas around the country, but the relentless, thumping guitar makes it hard not to stomp along to.Assembled before you is a nightmarish list of hip-hop songs that could make Michael Myers choke on candy corn and even give Freddy Krueger nightmares.Not for the faint of heart, give this compilation a listen at your own behest and transport yourself to the troubled mind of Christopher Wallace or feel the full-frontal assault of Death Grips’ otherworldly instrumentals.