MIC TRACK LISTINGS
Copyright 2004 Eidos Press Release
[ September 22nd 2004 ]
one of the world's leading publishers and developers
of entertainment software, today announced details
of the classic hip hop tracks featured in its
upcoming hip hop rap game, Get On Da Mic. The
game has been developed by Artificial Mind & Movement
(A2M) in partnership with Highway 1 Productions.
On Da Mic boasts a robust soundtrack including
40 tracks originally made popular by the hottest
names in hip hop. Gamers can go from rags to riches
in the story mode or pass the mic with friends
in the multiplayer mode. Get On Da Mic will be
available for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment
system and Xbox(R) game system from Microsoft.
Get On Da Mic for the PlayStation(R)2 is scheduled
to ship this October in North America and Europe
with the Xbox version to follow in early 2005.
a music performance game that captures the essence
of rap music and the hip-hop lifestyle. Get On
Da Mic combines songs originally made famous by
classic hip-hop legends such as Sir Mix-A-Lot,
Tupac and Dr. Dre with today's hottest tracks
that are sure to impress even the most avid hip-hop
fans," says Chip Blundell, Global Brand Director
at Eidos Inc.
Get On Da Mic soundtrack will feature a deep set
of tracks to choose from. Gamers can lay down
rhymes to classic rap tracks from the early days
of hip hop that were originally performed by artists
such as the Sugar Hill Gang and Sir Mix A Lot.
Then switch gears to the "Gangster Rap" era with
tracks originally performed by artists such as
Public Enemy, Dr. Dre and Tupac.
is a taste of 10 classic hip hop tracks available
in Get On Da Mic. Eidos will announce a sample
of "new school" hip hop tracks in the coming weeks.
1. "Rapper's Delight" as made popular by Sugar
Hill Gang 2. "Baby Got Back" as made popular by
Sir Mix A lot 3. "Don't Believe the Hype" as made
popular by Public Enemy 4. "Push It" as made popular
by Salt-n-Pepa 5. "Nothing But a G Thang" as made
popular by Dr.Dre 6. "Dear Mama" as made popular
by Tupac Shakur 7. "Gin and Juice" as made popular
by Snoop Dogg 8. "Still Ballin (Nitty Remix)"
as made popular by Tupac Shakur 9. "The Humpty
Dance" as made popular by Digital Underground
10. "Posse on Broadway" as made popular by Sir