If your video game takes place in South Central, it would be practically blasphemous not to include a few street-certified hip-hop records—of course, I don’t need to tell that to Rockstar, a developer whose soundtracks are widely-regarded as the best in the industry. This newly-released cut, featured on Midnight Club: Los Angeles’ South Central expansion pack, finds Statik Selektah Driving Down the Freeway with two of CA’s hottest talents (and one fellow Bostonian) in tow. The OC’s Kali and Watts’ Glasses Malone pay tribute to the bright lights of L.A. and the thrill of reckless driving over Statik’s chilled-out take on the Left Coast sound, and Booth favorite Termanology proves that, though a Beantown native, he still can rep the City of Angels with the best of them. If Driving Down the Freeway has you itching to commit some virtual moving violations, you’re in luck—the South Central expansion pack drops today, March 12th.
Written by richard on 03/11/09
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