With all the hoopla surrounding the forthcoming release of Grand Theft Auto IV, it is easy to forget that each of the successful video games in the series has had an accompanying soundtrack. Leading off the new project is NYC’s DJ Green Lantern, who has resurrected vocals from an unreleased Akon song entitled I’m So Fly, and turned it into a radio-ready smash. Featuring fellow New York rappers Fat Joe and Fabolous, I’m So Fly utilizes Kon’s original vocals for the hook and bridge, while Lantern uses his production skills to string it all together. The soundtrack and the game will be available on April 29.
Written by DJ Z on 04/14/08
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