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Why RL Grime is the Soundtrack to Spooky Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year ladies and gents – SPOOKY SEASON. October may be the month of scary movies, trick or treating, costumes, and jack-o-lantern creations, but for fans of RL Grime, it is finally time to listen to his annual Halloween mix. Every year the EDM DJ performs his very own Halloween inspired set. The past three years he’s featured Pharrell, Tony Hawk, Shaq, and even legendary children’s author RL Stein on these mixes… and he never disappoints.

RL Grime’s Halloween mix is the perfect collection of tunes to set the mood for the Halloween season. While including clips from some of the best scary movies and television shows, he continues to provide his listeners with the upbeat trap vibes he is known for. Past mixes include samples from the movie IT, and the show Stranger Things.

The best part of it all, is that he releases them promptly on Halloween day. What started as a pleasant surprise has now turned into an annual tradition for fans to look forward to every year. Grime has mastered the art of anticipation. He somehow never discloses who will be featured and what songs will make the cut on his annual masterpiece.

RL Grime is notorious for including tons of trap and hip-hop songs during his live sets. Who would’ve known that mixing the two genres of rap and EDM together would produce such fluidity?

If you’re new to the EDM scene, but normally listen to hip-hop music, RL Grime is the perfect starting point. The two genres work together so well, with so much bass and the upbeat tempo, it’s easy to get your body moving. I’ve seen RL Grime live before, and he puts on one hell of a show. A truly talented DJ who loves what he does. He has mastered the art of controlling the audience, and that is clear to see when you witness any of his live sets.

With the Halloween SZN coming to a close, we can expect the set to drop in just a few days. Be sure to monitor RL Grime’s social media for the latest link, and stay spooky my friends. Happy Halloween!

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