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Are You Ready for Freddy

"Are You Ready for Freddy"
Single by The Fat Boys
from the album Coming Back Hard Again
Released March 18, 1988[1]
Genre Rap
Length 3:34
Label Rhino Entertainment

"Are You Ready for Freddy" is a song by The Fat Boys from their 1988 album Coming Back Hard Again . Portions of the song were sung by Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger.[2] The song was originally released in 1988 as the theme for A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master.

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Prince Markie Dee's "Uncle Frederick" has died, and his lawyer meets the group outside the Nightmare on Elm Street house. The lawyer informs Markie that he must spend the night inside Uncle Frederick's home to earn his inheritance, so the group enters, and not long after Freddy Krueger appears and begins to chase the band throughout the house slashing with his claw while stopping to rap.[2]

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