Sweet Chin Music is a superkick with theatrics. The theatrics being the wrestler goes into a corner as their opponent begins to get up. They stomp their feet in a rhythm like pattern, like 1,.... 2,..... 3,, then 4, 5, 6,(stomp movements speeds up when opponent stands up and turns around) step forward and deliver a super kick. And a sweet chin music is different from a regular super kick because its main focus is to hit the chin, not just the face. And to add sound effects, the guy doing the move would time his kick and slap his leg the second it hits impact, to create a smack sound effect. If people don't notice you slapping your leg and still think you kicked the guy in the face, your doing it correctly. (PS, The proper way to do it is to, make contact but its not make it as painful as it seems and your opponent is taking a bump) I just feel I should tell you that, as if you plan on doing this, you don't actually kick the guy.
And PS. a Superkick looks like a straight kick, but its really a kick that arches while going forward quickly. Doing a straight kick can result in pulling a hamstring. Be careful and actually make sure you can kick high enough. Kick someone in the throat hurts..... like hell.