PSG Exclusive: Greatest Video Game Raps Vol.1

 

 

Borderlands

 

 

Borderline Disaster’s “Borderland Disaster” has got to be one of the best Borderlands raps I have ever heard. I love the chorus part of the song that goes “Pandora hoping to control the Vault, Vault, Vault..HEY!” It is very catchy. The name of the song is pretty cool. It goes well with the band’s name. Boderline Disaster has made 3 albums that you can buy now on iTunes. They also have a website here in which you can learn more about the band, get yourself some stickers, and more.

Genre: Rock/Rap

Rating: Explicit Content

Music Video: Borderland Disaster

 

TEAMHEADKICK’s “Borderlands Rap” is pretty cool. They made the lyrics and background music go perfectly with the game. Their video works nicely with the song as well. I would say this song is a job well done, and I give them major props for it. The song comes from their album “PWN STAR,” which you can buy from the iTunes store.

Genre: Rap

Rating: Explicit Content

Music Video: Borderlands Rap

iTunes Download Link: PWN STAR

TEAMHEADKICK’s Facebook Page

 

Final Fantasy VII

 

 

Tre Porter’s “Final Fantasy VII Victory Fanfare” rap is very catchy and is rapped with auto-tune. There are some that may say the song does not match Final Fantasy VII, but I believe the song is from Cloud’s persepective considering he always is the one getting calls on his cell phone. The lyrics “you were wrong” can get stuck in your head quickly, which means Tre Porter did a good job on making the song catchy. The song was released August 3, 2009. Tre Porter says Final Fantasy VII inspired him to make this song.

Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop

Rating: Explicit Content

Music Video: FF VII Victory Fanfare

Tre Porter’s Facebook Page

 

Mickey L Brown’s “Final Fantasy VII AVALANCHE” rap remix is pretty good. The original song is by Random (AKA Megaran) and Lost Perception. The song is from their Black Materia album all about Final Fantasy VII. You can buy their signed albums and more here. Mickey L Brown’s remix was posted on February 24, 2011.

Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop

Rating: Everyone

Music Video: Final Fantasy VII AVALANCHE

 

Assassin’s Creed

 

Dan Bull’s “Assassin’s Creed Epic Rap” has gotten almost one million views since November 29, 2011. The rap matches the game quite well. I love how the words slip off of Dan Bull’s tongue so smoothly and quickly. He is very good at what he does. You can get the song here.

Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop

Rating: Everyone

Music Video: Assassin’s Creed Epic Rap

Dan Bull’s Facebook Page

 

Skyrim

 

Dan Bull’s “Skyrim Epic Rap” has gotten almost 4 million views since November 7, 2011. In my opinion, this is one of Dan Bull’s greatest raps. I love how he raps this one. He says the words so quickly, but the lyrics are very understandable. You can buy the song on iTunes and also get his new album free here.
Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop

Rating: Explicit Content

Music Video: Skyrim Epic Rap

Dan Bull’s Facebook Page

 

God Of War 3

 

7 Shots Ft Pikaso’s “God Of War 3 Rap Soundtrack” has some really good lyrics. The chorus is very catchy, and the lyrics match the game perfectly. The video was uploaded by ghettobeats on January 31, 2009.

Genre: Rap/Hip-Hop

Rating: Everyone

Music Video: God of War 3 Rap Soundtrack

 

 

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