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Steve Aoki to Remix 'Dragon Ball Z' Favorites for New Video Game

Steve Aoki in New York City
Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival 

Steve Aoki poses at the Tribeca Film Festival Getty Images Studio on April 15, 2016 in New York City.  

Steve Aoki is taking his talents to the gaming world.

According to IGN, the Los Angeles DJ/producer will be creating remixes to soundtrack anime television series Dragon Ball Z's newly relaunched video game line.

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Aoki’s remixes will include old-school Dragon Ball Z  favorites like “Cha--La--Head--Cha--La” and “We Are Power,” which will provide the spice the franchise needs for its Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (Oct. 25), and PC (Oct. 28). In return, the DJ will be represented as a non-playable character for fans to interact with in the game's main city.

"Having grown up with Dragon Ball, I jumped at the chance to contribute my talents and leave my personal impact on the series," Aoki told IGN.

Check out the trailer below:

 

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