Halsey, Fergie & More Create the Ultimate Halloween Playlists For iHeartRadio's All Access Preview Weekend

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Halsey arrives at the 65th annual BMI Pop Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on May 9, 2017 in Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Billboard staff also curated a playlist for a preview of the new iHeartMedia initiative.

iHeartMedia amped up its streaming game with a brand new on-demand service, iHeartRadio All Access Powered by Napster, in January. The paid service is $9.99 a month, but in the spirit of Halloweekend, the radio conglomerate is giving music fans a preview of All Access with a free three-day weekend preview -- and in a festive way.

In honor of Halloween, iHeartMedia enlisted Halsey, Fergie, Ryan Seacrest, Mario Lopez and The Bachelor's Ben Higgins to put together playlists of their favorite spooky jams, from Rihanna's "Disturbia" to Stevie Wonder's “Superstition.”

Billboard also got in on the action, with some of the staff putting their skulls together to create a ghoulishly great bunch of tracks we like to call "Billboard's Boo-dak Hallow Playlist."

Check out some of Billboard's picks including deadmau5's "Ghosts n Stuff" and Eagles' "Witchy Woman," and stream our playlist as well as Fergie's and Halsey's via the links below.

Billboard's "Boo-dak Hallow" playlist

Halsey's Halloween playlist 

Fergie's Halloween-inspired playlist


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