The Boondocks has a mostly hip-hop-influenced soundtrack full of songs and tunes that are quite catchy, hilarious, or even awesome.
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- The opening theme song, "Judo Flip" by Asheru, is a fittingly badass theme for an action-comedy show.
- The recurring "Booty Butt Cheeks" by Thugnificent is very amusingly catchy.
- The Groin Attack song "Stomp 'em in the Nuts", also by Thugnificent, is hilarious as well.
The Garden Party
- Uncle Ruckus singing "Don't Trust Them New Niggas Over There!" is a funny Establishing Character Moment for him.
The Story of Gangstalicious
- Gangstalicious' ridiculously catchy song "Thuggin' Love" is actually a funny metaphor for his secret homosexuality.
- "Straight Outta the Oven, Made with Nothin' But Lovin" is one of the most rap songs used in the entire series.
Riley Wuz Here
- When Robert sees Riley's last mural (a painting of Robert and his wife on their wedding day), the fitting song "Today" plays for this Awesomely Heartwarming Tear Jerker scene.
Stinkmeaner Strikes Back
- During the epic fight scene between the Freeman family vs. the Stinkmeaner-possessed Tom Dubois, this song by Metaphor the Great plays in the background, which contains a remixed version of the tune from "Judo Flip".
- When the Stinkmeaner-possessed Tom Dubois enters the Freeman residence with an ax, this song by Isabelle Antena plays in the background, which makes this scene a lot scarier than it needs to be.
The Story of Catcher Freeman
- During Robert's version of the story, we hear the slaves singing "Take Our Black Asses Outta Here", a funny theme song about the legendary hero Catcher Freeman.
- During Ruckus' version of the story, we hear the slaves singing his own song "Don't Trust Them New Niggas Over There", which as Huey quickly points out, is not a real spiritual song.
The Story of Gangstalicious Part 2
- Gangstalicious' hit new song "Homies Over Hoes" is a funnier (and even more obvious) metaphor for his semi-secret homosexuality.
It's a Black President, Huey Freeman
- Thugnificent's song "Dick Riding Obama", a parody of will.i.am's "Yes We Can", satirically mocks the celebrities who jumped on the Barack Obama bandwagon during the 2008 US presidential election.
Bitches to Rags
- Sergeant Gutter's "Crank That Artichoke", a funny parody of "Crank That Soulja Boy".
- "Terrible in Terra Belle" is designed to be dreadful autotune shlock and a sign of how far Thugnificent has fallen from grace, but it manages to be pretty catchy and well-produced out-of-universe. Notably, it becomes Thugnificent's Leitmotif after this episode.
Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy
- During Robert's nightmare about Stinkmeaner, Stinkmeaner's Catchphrase "BITCH-ASS NYUGGA!" gets remixed into a rap song that plays in the background.
- This tune that plays when Huey and Riley fight George and Esmeralda (two members of the Hateocracy trio) is just plain awesome.
- This tune that plays when Bushido Brown has a climactic battle against the Hateocracy sounds just as (if not more) epic.
The Fried Chicken Flu
- "Bone Sucking Good", a stupidly catchy jingle for an in-universe KFC TV ad.
Pretty Boy Flizzy
- Pretty Boy Flizzy's humorously risqué song "I Wanna Do Your Wife" plays in the end credits.