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Def Jam: Fight for NY Video Game 10 Year Anniversary; Featured @ RymatiCAST.com / Rymatica Entertainment. The Video Game Was Originally Released on September 20, 2004.

Def Jam: Fight for NY was the sequel to Def Jam Vendetta, a hip hop-influenced 3D action game released for the GameCube, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The game featured several rappers, including: Lil' Kim, Snoop Dogg, Method Man, Redman, Fat Joe, Ice-T, Xzibit, N.O.R.E, Ludacris and Busta Rhymes, as well as the voices and likeness of other actors and celebrities, among them actors Omar Epps, Christopher Judge, Danny Trejo, Carmen Electra and Kimora Lee Simmons. DMX, Keith Murray, Christina Milian and Funkmaster Flex were the only artists from the original game that did not appear in the sequel. The game was spun off into a 2006 PlayStation Portable game called Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover. The game takes place in New York City.

Soundtrack
"America's Most" - Method Man, Redman
"Anything Goes" - C-N-N
"Bust" - OutKast
"Comp" - Comp
"Flipside" - Freeway
"Let's Get Dirty" - Redman
"Let's Go" - Shawnna
"Make It Hurt" - Busta Rhymes
"Mother Mother" - Xzibit
"Move!" - Public Enemy
"O.G. Original Gangster" - Ice-T
"Pop Off" - Joe Budden
"See About Ya" - Beezle feat. Bone Crusher, David Banner
"Take a Look at My Life" - Fat Joe
"Walk With Me" - Joe Budden
"We Gon Hit Em" - Deuce, Dub and the Junkyard Gang
"What's Happenin'" - Method Man, Busta Rhymes
"Yes Sir" - C-N-N
"Man Up" - Sticky Fingaz

Not available on GameCube:
"Are We Cuttin'" - Pastor Troy
"Get Into It" - Comp
"Get It Now" - Bless
"Mama Said Knock You Out" - LL Cool J
"Nuff Respect" - Big Daddy Kane
"Pistol Grip-Pump" - Volume 10
"Poppa Large" - Ultramagnetic MC's
"Seize the Day" - Bless

Source: Wikipedia