The Best Halloween Music Videos
By: Alisha Allen
My favorite time of year is Autumn. I love the color of the weather, smore’s, costume shopping, watching scary movies. That is definitely one of my favorite parts about Halloween. I love to cuddle up with a nice blanket and watch a good movie. There are so many good ones, too! I might do a movie review at some point, however right now there is something else that I want to talk about. Halloween music! I love to watch some Halloween music videos on Youtube. Nobody ever talks about Halloween music, mainly because they believe Halloween is the devil’s birthday. Everybody listens to Christmas music. Some even listen to it all year, however nobody ever talks about their favorite Halloween song. I want to help try and change that, which is why I have made a list of my favorite Youtube videos.
Before the lockdown, I wrote a list of articles that I wanted to write on here on my wordpress blog. This was one of them. Whilst I didn’t do as much writing as I had hoped for, I am still proud of the little achievements and small word counts. My 10th book, a dystopian novel called Game of Mass Destruction got its first review on Goodreads and it’s a positive review.
The year is now 2020 and I have made a list of Halloween songs to share in this article. The list that I am going to share includes more up to date and classic songs to check out. Yes, that is right It is the month of Halloween and I know that those who love this month are looking for just the right tracks to play for this month. I have some perfect songs for you to check out. Go ahead and start making your own list to have your Halloween songs ready for your party or just to greet people on Halloween night.
Everyone has those favorite playlists of songs which helps them keep their focus, spikes their adrenaline, or makes them ride the wave of the beat and push themselves in work, studies, or whatever their motivating and prepping themselves for. Wether a test for school, studying for classes, cutting time on daily walks, runs, jogs, or getting ready for game day. Or sometimes it is that favorite meditation or yoga playlist for daily routines.
I was born in 1995, and I have a wide variety of favorite music. From the 20s to the 2000s. The music of the 50s makes me feel alive differently like I am going back in time in an era I’ve never been. Then again, who doesn’t like the classic older music? Especially jazz and rock and roll playing in the background of a movie, bars and some casinos.
It is my humble opinion that sad songs make the world go round. There is nothing like blasting your ear drums to the song that touches your inner soul - we all have one. You know, the song you played over and over again when you broke up with your first love, or the song that speaks directly to you at your saddest. There is nothing like that feeling of being completely seen by someone else's words, when you're at your most vulnerable or low.
Some Interesting Facts about Music
Who is a music lover? Who regularly uses music to cope with stressful people and situations? Who makes and/or listens to music? If you answer yes to some or all of these questions, this will be a perfect blog for you to read! Many people can never go without a pair of headphones and some songs to get grooving to, and I am definitely one of them! Some people make music for a living, despite their circumstances or public crisises such as the COVID19 pandemic that the whole world is grappling with.