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Drake And Future's "Jumpman" Is Now A Super-Addictive Video Game
People who dig both Doodle Jump and WATTBA will be pleased to find that their passions have been consolidated in a new browser-based video game called "Jumpman." The game allows you to select the disembodied head of one of three characters -- Drake,
Nicki Minaj Is Getting Her Own Smartphone Game
Mobile game developer Glu made a name for themselves with the highly lucrative mobile video game "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood." Earlier this week they announced that Nicki Minaj will be the star of their newest game, scheduled for release in 2016.
Daz Dillinger Claims GTA V Used Two Of His Tracks Without Permission
Daz Dillinger has some beef with the new video game Grand Theft Auto V. Daz filed a cease & desist letter to the makers of GTA V, for allegedly using his music in the video game without the rapper's permission.
Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack Revealed [Update: Official Soundtrack Now Available For Purchase]
With the arrival of GTA V less than a month away, the extensive official soundtrack has been revealed via a PS3 pre-load. Although it spans most genres, it's hip-hop heavy, featuring new music and classics alike.
Top 20 Hottest Video Game Soundtracks
Nothing shows the colossal growth of hip-hop and rap music over the last 40 years than its prevalence in video games. What could only be seen has an odd pairing at best has turned into one of the most successful cross-cultural relationships in entertainment.
Eminem To Release Special Edition Of "MMLPII" At Discounted Price For People Who Purchase "Call Of Duty: Ghosts"
Eminem dropped a new track "Survival" for the upcoming release of "Call Of Duty: Ghosts" on November 5th, and he'll continue his affiliation with the video game for the release of his own album, MMLPII which also arrives November 5th.
Beyonce Settles $100 Million Lawsuit w/ Video Game Company Gate Five
During the winter of 2011, Beyoncé was sued by video game company Gate Five for allegedly bailing on a deal for a dance game called "Staypower: Beyoncé." She claimed the company hadn't secured funding they'd promised her, but they retorted, stating that sh