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Bushido Mob is proud to present the latest single from Samurai Shotgun frontman Prince Golden titled “Interstellar.” This song hits hard like when the asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs, or perhaps when the first Dipset song hit the radio. Epic production has been provided by Chris Gr3en, with turntable scratches laid down by DJ Qeys. Whatever streaming vessel you choose to travel, do yourself a favor and explore this new intergalactic territory for yourself! Follow us on IG and Facebook! @bushidomob




Jovan El Feo has returned with his production skills to give us his latest single "Cachetona." Bushido Mob artist Prince Golden assisted by providing his vocal talent on this new track, and don't try to think about any Samurai Shotgun affiliation lending a hand with this musical endeavor, your ears are in for something totally different this time around. Welcome to 2020, where things you are familiar with are taking a left-turn. If you want a release from the quarantine blues, play this joint and revive your soul. FOLLOW @bushidomob for all the latest musical releases!



The wait is finally over! Streets of Rage 4 is among us!

This is definitely one of the best side scrolling beat em' game series out there. If it's not number one then it’s for sure in the top 5, the whole series alone.

The original SoR dropped in the Summer of 1991 and became critically acclaimed. The follow up Sor 2 dropped in the Winter of 1992, and the follow up of SoR 3 in the Spring of 1994.

SoR 2 still holds the title of being the best out of the trilogy.

Notably known for nonstop beatdowns and an awesome soundtrack that mixes techno, house, and hip-hop, it became an instant classic. Now we’re in 2020 at SoR 4 has finally dropped! Fans are ecstatic, and have been waiting over 20 years for this, and yes it pleases the soul.

Fresh and updated graphics, new and old characters, and you can play with the original soundtrack or the new one as well. I was a little skeptical at first with a new producer ( Olivier Derivire ) taking over for most of the music, but he did not disappoint . He even brought in other dope producers from around the world like Groudislava, XL Middleton, and Yoko Shimomura. The mixing and mastering on every track is clean and knocks if you have a nice surround system. It was awesome that Yuzo Koshiro, the originator of the soundtrack came back do lay down some tracks. It just wouldn’t have the feel without him, all video games gotta have a certain vibe to the gameplay.

I won’t speak about any spoilers, but go ahead and play it, rejoice, and cry. The fans are already for a part 5, and it seems more likely than improbable.




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