New songs by Snoop Dogg, Warren G. and Westside Connection highlight the forthcoming Vybe Squad/Koch Entertainment soundtrack to the Activision video game “True Crime: Streets of L.A.” The songs are featured in the game, which also makes use of vintage rap tracks by the likes of Ice-T and the D.O.C.
The game will be available at retail Nov. 4, for use with the PlayStation2, Xbox and Nintendo GameCube systems. The soundtrack will follow a week later.
Snoop’s brand-new track “Dance With Me” leads off the collection, which also features new music from Westside Connection (“Terrorist Threat”), Warren G. featuring RBX (“We Came Here to Ride”) and Bizzy Bone (“Hollywood”).
“True Crime: Streets of L.A.” lets players take on the role of an ex-cop intent on dismantling two rival mafia cartels who are waging battle in Los Angeles.
Here is the track list for “True Crime: Streets of L.A.”:
“Dance With Me,” Snoop Dogg
“True Crime Remix (Young West Edition),” Young Dre, Bishop, & Sixx John
“Terrorist Threat,” Westside Connection
“Don’t Fight the Pimpin’,” Suga Free featuring DJ Quik
“I’ll Do Anything,” Damizza featuring N.U.N.E.
“We Came Here to Ride,” Warren G. featuring RBX
“Drinks in the Air,” Hollywood
“Hollywood,” Bizzy Bone
“Thug Night (Let Me See Something),” Jayo Felony
“We Don’t Stop,” Soulstar
“Do Time,” Pomona City Rydaz featuring Lil @ Dead
“Legends,” Boo Ya Tribe and Battlecat
“Don’t Do tha Crime (Trailer Theme),” Kam featuring Cavie & Above the Law
“They Don’t Know,” Dee Dimes featuring Bigg Swoop
“Can’t F*** With Us,” Big Tray Deee, Cocaine, Threat, Short Khop
“Flow,” Sly Boogy
“How We Live,” Lil @ Dead, Showtime, Kontroversy & Quicktomac
“Roll Wit Me,” Young Billionaires
“Cali Folks,” Stylistik
“Get It Crackin’,” Lil’ Eazy E