Black Ops 2: Mob of the Dead – Malukah Secret Song Easter Egg

Yes, there are two secret song Easter eggs in Mob of the Dead, the second zombies add-on to Black Ops 2. The first secret song needed oil cans to unlock, but this one is just slightly easier — if you know the right codes. Get our full guide below to hear Malukah’s single in the Uprising DLC.

After listening to this song, find even more Easter eggs, secrets, and guides on Game Front’s Black Ops 2: Uprising DLC cheats list. If you’re looking for all the extras in vanilla Call of Duty all in one place, check out our compendium of Black Ops 2 cheats.


Malukah Secret Song Easter Egg

  • 1. Take the steps down to the Showers and unlock the door to the Citadel Tunnels.
  • 2. Travel down the steps and crack open the lock protecting a digital number display.
  • 3. Enter the Afterlife using the electricity box at the top of the spiral stairs.
  • 4. Use your attack to enter a code into the display at the bottom of the steps.
  • 5. Input “115″
  • 6. Input “935″
  • 7. Enjoy “Where are we going” sung by Malukah. Listen to the song in the video below.

  • More Black Ops 2: Uprising achievement guides, easter eggs, and extras.

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    Black Ops 2: Mob of the Dead – How to Build the Plane [Guide]

    Black Ops 2: Mob of the Dead – Feed the Beast Achievement Guide

    Black Ops 2: Mob of the Dead – Secret Song Easter Egg

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    9 Comments on Black Ops 2: Mob of the Dead – Malukah Secret Song Easter Egg

    Aedelric

    On April 17, 2013 at 4:10 am

    Not a fan, she is not a good singer by anyone’s standard.

    Truth

    On April 17, 2013 at 6:30 am

    Worst song ever!!!!!!!!!
    Congrats in finding it but there’s no way I would expand any energy to subject myself to that torture

    Troy

    On April 17, 2013 at 8:08 am

    This is a horrible song.. Why would they put this into the game at all??? I’d commit suicide in the game if one of my teammates started this torture to my ears

    Mike

    On April 17, 2013 at 9:56 am

    Guess some people just have no taste Gamefront, don’t listen to the two (probably) screamo/rap fans above me, any song from Malukah is a treat.

    thejfather1

    On April 17, 2013 at 10:30 am

    even though this song doesnt sound that amazing, nobody can deny how good her skyrim songs were

    R-man

    On April 17, 2013 at 6:16 pm

    Yeah, I like Malukah. Her Skyrim songs were great, and her Mass Effect/Shepard tribute song was great as well. This song isn’t terrible… but I understand why people wouldn’t like it.

    ipro xkiller139

    On April 18, 2013 at 9:38 am

    i wish they made moon on blackops 2

    Cody

    On June 24, 2013 at 1:10 am

    Aedelric, I bet you listen to drake and all that music, how can you say she’s the worst singer by anyone’s standards? She obviously has a known musical career. And Truth, shut the up, your favorite song is probably The Motto, or Rich as .

    Name*

    On May 11, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    you only have to put 935 lol