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Follow The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina ‘Straight To Hell’

Follow The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina ‘Straight To Hell’

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 have captured the Netflix watching world since October of 2018. It’s the perfect mixture of spooky, cute, and all-over funny. Not only that, they seem to choose the perfect soundtrack for each season. 

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In part 1 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, they included artists such as Slyvia Blacks ‘I put a spell on you,’ part 2 included The Phantom of the Opera and most excitingly the upcoming season features Lovecraft.

Lovecraft is a mix of seven different music producers and songwriters that all have the same obsession with Halloween!  Not only do they have a love for the spooky holiday, but they are also a group of Grammy-nominated artists as well!

Sabrina and her friends join Lovecraft in their song called ‘Straight From Hell.’ Sabrina sings about knowing the sacrifice she has to make. At the same time, she’s a half-mortal protagonist who also states that “Satan always gets his way” but she will not play the devil’s game. The chorus remarks that Sabrina will go ‘straight to hell’ for love. Literally. 

The video starts with Sabrina in a red cloak (iconic!) holding a lantern as she starts singing about knocking on the gates of hell in an eerie voice. Suddenly, the beat gets super pop, and Sabrina, Prudence, Harvey, Theo, Roz, and Nick, who is shirtless and in chains, dance and strike poses in front of pentagrams and fire.

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