New Music: “Need for Speed Payback” soundtrack featuring A$AP Ferg, Nas and more
This video game soundtrack is seriously next level.
Electronic Arts (better known as EA) has a new video game on the way, with the accompanying soundtrack catching everyone’s attention.
As announced today (Oct. 5) the creators behind Need For Speed Payback have secured an incredible array of artists to help soundtrack the action-packed game, including the likes of Nas, A$AP Ferg, Run the Jewels, Rae Sremmurd, Vince Staples, Action Bronson, Jaden Smith, Trina, Post Malone, Meek Mill and more.
The gaming franchise has an impressive history of featuring heavyweight artists over the years, with Snoop Dogg, Terror Squad, the Chemical Brothers, Pharrell, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Calvin Harris and others all lending their talents to help create some of the most incredible soundtracks to come out of the video game world.
Need For Speed Payback continues its respected legacy, with the company explaining that this is a “soundtrack that follows no rules, defies the odds, owns its roads, and does it all with soul, grit and edge that is wholly independent of genre, era and mainstream restrictions. In other words, this is the full-throttle soundtrack that will leave all others in its dust.”
A$AP Ferg, for one, shared with fans that being included in one of the franchise’s soundtracks was a dream come true.
“I grew up on Need for Speed and it’s an honor to now have my music be a part of it,” Ferg said in a statement. “Growing up in Harlem, we always dreamed of driving fast rare race cars.”
The game is slated to drop on Nov. 10.
Check out the Need For Speed Payback playlist on Spotify and see the full tracklist below.
A$AP Ferg – Trap And A Dream feat. Meek Mill
Action Bronson – The Choreographer
Barns Courtney – Kicks
Bite The Buffalo – Enemies
Bonobo – Kerala
Chase & Status And Blossoms – This Moment
DJ Shadow & Nas – Systematic
Duckwrth – MICHUUL.
Flowdan – Original Ragamuffin feat. Wiley
Formation – Buy And Sell
Goodbye June – Liberty Mother
Gorillaz – Ascension feat. Vince Staples
Haikaiss – Raplord feat. Jonas Bento
Ho99o9 – City Rejects
Jacob Banks – Unholy War
Jaden Smith – Watch Me
K.Flay – Black Wave
Kano – 3 Wheel-Ups feat. Wiley and Giggs
Kontra K – Power
Lethal Bizzle – I Win feat. Skepta
Lil’ Kleine – Kleine Jongen
Local Natives – Dark Days (Sofi Tukker Remix)
Mondo Cozmo – 11 Acre
Nothing But Thieves – I Was Just A Kid
Ohana Bam – Rebels
Otherkin – Bad Advice
P.O.S – Gravedigger
Queens Of The Stone Age – The Way You Used To Do
Rae Sremmurd – Perplexing Pegasus
RAT BOY – BOILING POINT
Royal Blood – Lights Out
Run The Jewels – Panther Like A Panther (Miracle Mix) feat. Trina
Salmo – Daytona
SHREDDERS – Flipping Cars
Skepta & Goldie – Road Trip
SOHN – Hard Liquor
Spoon – Pink Up
Stormzy – Return Of The Rucksack
SUR – Lean Back
Syd Arthur – Evolution
Ten Tonnes – Silver Heat
The Amazons – In My Mind
Tom Morello feat. Leikeli47 – Roadrunner
Tom Walker – Play Dead (Avelino x Raf Riley Remix)
Warbly Jets – Fast Change
watt – Burning Man feat. Post Malone
X Ambassadors – The Devil You Know
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