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Rappers hit the streets in new game
By JON WALDMAN - SLAM! Wrestling


EA Sports Big has brought in the bling, as Def Jam Fight for New York has gone gold.

The game, which follows-up from Def Jam Vendetta, takes gamers to the streets of New York, features more than 40 hip-hop artists and celebrities, including Busta Rhymes, Method Man and Snoop Dogg.

Along with the announcement of DJF's sales level, EA Sports Big has also announced the soundtrack for the title, which is set for a September 20 release.

Track - Artist
America's Most - Method Man, Redman
Anything Goes - C-N-N
Are we Cuttin' - Pastor Troy
Bust - OutKast
Comp - Comp
Flipside - Freeway
Get into it - Comp
Get it now - Bless
Let's Get Dirty - Redman
Let's Go - Shawnna
Lil' Bro - Ric-A-Che
Make It Hurt - Busta Rhymes
Mama Said Knock You Out - LL Cool J
Man Up - Sticky Fingaz
Mother Mother - Xzibit
Move! - Public Enemy
Nuff Respect - Big Daddy Kane
O.G. Original Gangster - Ice T
PistolGrip-Pump - Volume 10
Pop Off - Joe Budden
Poppa Large - Ultramagnetic MC's
See about ya - Beezle feat. Bonecrusher
Sieze the Day - Bless
Take a Look at My Life - Fat Joe
Walk With Me - Joe Budden
We Gon Hit Em - Deuce, Dub and the Junkyard Gang
What's Happenin' - Method Man
Yes Sir - C-N-N

Def Jam Fight for New York carries an M (mature) rating, and will be available on Gamecube, Playstation 2 and X-Box.

Jon Waldman has been with SLAM! since 2000. Get set for Def Jam Fight for New York by checking out Jon's Def Jam Vendetta review here.