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The Okayafrica Halloween Playlist

Stream through our Okayafrica-approved spooky music video picks for Halloween.


Though it might not be as big of a deal on the continent, we know a large part of our diaspora friends, artists and readers live in areas that celebrate Halloween. If you were scrambling for what to play at your spooky get-together don't (or do...) fear! The team's compiled the creepiest Okayafrica-approved tracks and music videos to get you through All Hallow's Eve. Watch them below and click through the titles for more info on each song or clip. 

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Auntie Flo ‘I Want To Blow Your Mind’

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BIG FKN GUN 'Wunga'

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Freshlyground "Take Me To The Dance"

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Spoek 'Control'

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Cold Specks 'Hector'

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Baloji ft. Konono Nº1 ‘Karibu Ya Bintou’

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Young Fathers 'I Heard'

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Old Money 'No Death' AIYE #36

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Umlilo's 'The Elements'

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Asa ‘The Way I Feel’

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And the obligatory Die Antwoord clip

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