Just hearing the low, menacing laughs on Twiztids “Hahahahaha” would be enough for some people to lose sleep. But then again, that is the point of horror rap. However, Twiztids “Hahahahaha” pushes the boundaries of the genre when they turned the song into a Psychopathic video as well.
The moving picture (released through Psychopathic video) is filmed in black and white and is shot during winter with snow on the ground. This again adds to the horror rap ambience, but nothing out of the ordinary has taken place yet. Viewers soon meet the main character in Twiztids “Hahahahaha”, an apparent door-to-door salesman who hates his life and despises waking up every morning.
Still, up to this point, nothing out of the ordinary for a Psychopathic video dealing with horror rap content. Many psychopathic videos feature characters that have the famous Juggalo us against the world mentality, so its no surprised to see these characters pitted so graphically.
When things delve into the darkness of horror rap is when we learn that the main character in this psychopathic video is not really a salesmen at all; hes got an alternative agenda. Hes shown knocking on doors and being rejected, until one lady lets him in.
The next time we see both of them, shes lying dead and bloody on the bed with him laying next to her. The grim scene is made even more difficult to bear with the black and white filter, snow outside, and nonchalant actions of the character we once thought was harmless.
At this point, the Psychopathic video for Twiztids “Hahahahaha” is just getting started. A number of similar scenes soon follow, with all victims meeting the same fate. Theres no doubt that both the song and the Psychopathic video get under viewers skin, but thats the point of the horror rap genre, hence why many point to Twiztids “Hahahahaha” being horror rap at its finest.
In case seeing lyrics to this horror rap song will help readers understand its ruthlessness, examine the horror rap stanza below:
“Bloody bodies in the bathtub,
For over two whole weeks, and it smells deadly,
Pieces of their flesh fall from off of their bone,
And float along on top of the water like confetti”
The Psychopathic video for Twiztids “Hahahahaha” takes a twist about halfway through. Around the halfway point, we meet another character whos doing the same thing as character number one but from the opposite end. Instead of going door to door, hes luring in the people that come to his house on their door-to-door routine and murdering them.
At the end of the Psychopathic video for Twiztids “Hahahahaha,” their paths cross. Viewers are left wondering if they teamed up, or if one got the best of the other.
Thought, gore, and paranoia. Thats what fans of horror rap and viewers of Psychopathic videos expect when theyre finished, and thats exactly what they get in Twiztids “Hahahahaha.”