On June 23, EA Sports will be releasing the latest volume of their Fight Night series; Round 4 has built up massive hype thanks to the trailer, as well as the cover art, which shows Muhammad Ali putting his title of “The Greatest” on the line against a young Mike Tyson. Hoping to sell plenty of copies to the hip-hop demographic, the Electronic Arts execs are getting their Don King on with the newly-released Cheah Beah (Fight Night Remix). In the red corner, we have L.A. native and EA flagship rapper Young Dre The Truth, who delivers some jabs powerful enough to put most other MCs down for the count. In the blue corner, we have a man who needs no introduction—Grand Champ Snoop Dogg defends his title with a hard-hitting closing verse, flexing his laid-back flow over the Dead Executives’ minimal boardwork. The bell has rung, so now it’s time for you, the reviewers, to decide the outcome—as Mills Lane would say, “Get it on! ”
Written by Burmy on 06/18/09
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