Warning! SPOILERS for Boo, Bitch.
Netflix’s Boo, Bitch features an array of music throughout its comedic and heartwarming storyline. The series combines supernatural elements with a young adult tonal atmosphere. Whether its characters are attending a party with friends or mingling in the school hallways, Boo, Bitch uses its songs to create the right ambiance.
Boo, Bitch follows main character Erika Vu (Lana Condor) who believes herself to be dead after an accident on the way home from a house party. Erika’s best friend Gia (Zoe Colletti) inspires her to fulfill her unfinished business before she ascends. Erika and Jake C. (Mason Versaw) spark a romance while dealing with the presence of Jake C.’s ex-girlfriend Riley (Aparna Brielle).
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Each of Boo, Bitch’s episodes contains at least one song. Most of the music in the series belongs to the pop or hip-hop genre. Here are the songs on Boo, Bitch’s soundtrack broken down by episode.
Boo, Bitch Episode 1 Songs
“Medicine” by Dayglow – Students arrive at Parkway High School and get ready for the day.
“Guerilla” by Remi Wolf – Gia convinces Erika that there’s still time to make some epic memories before graduation and that she needs to attend Jake W.’s party.
“Too Lit” by Go Live Gang – Erika and Gia arrive at Jake W.’s house early and accidentally walk in on him showering.
“Dizzy” by Miles Hardt – Erika and Jake C. chat as she makes a drink for him.
“Do It Like Me” by Bhad Bhabie – Erika, Jake M., and others play a game of beer pong while onlookers cheer.
“EVERYDAY” by Strobe Light Fancy – Erika defeats Jake M. at beer pong and celebrates by chugging beer from a vase and then smashing it.
Boo, Bitch Episode 2 Songs
“Guerilla” by Remi Wolf – Erika and Gia go to a party.
“Heartbeat” by DARKBIRD – Jake C. and Riley kiss in front of his house.
Boo, Bitch Episode 3 Songs
“You Me and the Stars” by Gigi Rowe – Erika and Jake C. lock eyes in the hallway at school. Erika walks over to him, but she turns around when she realizes that she’s not ready to kiss Jake C. and disappears.
“Reach Out” by Hembree – Erika says goodbye to her family.
“Better Than Me” by Awfbeet – With the help of Erika, Riley, Jake C., and others, Jake M. performs a musically-inspired proposal for Lea. In the middle of the dance, Riley tells Erika not to go to prom with Jake C. Jake C. pulls Erika away from the group to talk to her.
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Boo, Bitch Episode 4 Songs
“I Just Wanna” by KALI – Erika and Jake C. kiss in an empty auditorium, a science classroom, a room full of performance costumes, and a janitor’s closet. Erika celebrates the fact that she’s still on Earth after kissing Jake C.
“Drippin Sauce” by Koolie Sauce – At a house party, Gia texts Jake W. telling him to try the whipped cream vodka. She then scolds some girls for trying on her mom’s coats.
“Guerilla” By Remi Wolf – Upset that people are ignoring her, Gia goes into her room and closes the door.
“Gobody” By Soulplusmind & Janae E. – Party-goers chant Erika’s name after she stands up to Riley and tells her to leave. Gia sits alone on the stairs.
Boo, Bitch Episode 5 Songs
“Heybb!” by binki – Erika and Gia sit in a car and talk.
“Nutmegger Cowboys” by Aneponymous – Students watch an end-of-year photo montage in the auditorium. Gia tells Erika that she kissed Gavin and really likes him.
“Guerilla” by Remi Wolf – Erika and Riley drive by Gia, who’s walking on the side of the road.
Boo, Bitch Episode 6 Songs
“Who Dat Bitch?” by Kovas feat. Kiki Halliday – Erika dances for a TikTok in the school’s hallway.
“I Know I Got It” by Book feat. Haviah Mighty – The school hold’s its prom theme announcement before Erika interrupts and tells everyone that prom isn’t worth it.
“Turn To Rage” by Bleached – Students destroy prom decorations in the school’s gymnasium.
“Paraphernalia” by Temples – It’s revealed that Gia, not Erika, is the dead body underneath the moose.
Boo, Bitch Episode 7 Songs
“In Nightmares” by PINS – Gia is shown in the moments after her death, as a ghost, planting Erika’s shoes under the moose to make it look like she was the one who died. In the present moment, Gia explains to Erika why she did this.
“Who Dat Bitch?” by Kovas feat. Kiki Halliday – Erika walks confidently through the school’s hallways.
“Something from Nothing” by MotoGirl feat. Sophie Gold – Erika takes selfies on her phone in her room.
“Dead Girl! (Shake My Head)” by Au/Ra – Erika sees that someone put a sign on her parking spot reading, “Reserved for anyone BUT Erika Vu.” She enters the school and confronts Lea.
“Underrated Popstar” by Alice Longyu Gao – Erika walks over to her friend’s lunch table and they tell her there’s no room.
“AMERICAN GURL” by Kilo Kish – Erika sees the social media backlash she’s facing for her campaign to cancel prom.
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Boo, Bitch Episode 8 Songs
“Perfectly Out Of Place” by Dreams We’ve Had – Erika lays in her bed and has flashbacks of fun memories with Gia, followed by a fight.
“Take It Out On You” by Ruelle – Erika searches for Gia and leaves her a voicemail asking for her what to do. Erika figures out that Gia wants her to go to prom.
“Perfect Blue” by yeule feat. Tohji – Erika arrives at prom to many stares.
“That Money” by Sounds of Red Bull – People talk and dance while Erika sits alone at a table.
“Guerilla” by Remi Wolf – Gia arrives. Erika apologizes to her and Gia tells Erika that she’s proud of her. Gia believes it’s time for her to leave before Erika reminds her of her unfinished business. Erika and Gia hug before the latter goes off to dance with Gavin.
“Sunsets” by Tobias Dray feat. Knightly – Gia and Gavin talk and dance together.
“Best Thing” by JAWNY – People dance and Erika tells Emma how beautiful the event is.
“Die In Me (Again)” by TVA – Erika and Gia gaze at each other from across the room before Gia ascends to the afterlife.
“Wave To Anchor” by Hundred Waters – Erika dances and chats with friends in Boo, Bitch. She and Jake C. kiss.
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