Monday, June 23, 2008 | Posted in ,

01. Intro
02. Styles P - What’s the Problem
03. Busta Rhymes - Where’s My Money
04. Wyclef, Uncle Murda & Mavado - Informer
05. Joell Ortiz & Dante Hawkins - Alone
06. Jim Jones & Juelz Santana - Bustin’ Shots
07. Maino - Get Away Driver
08. Uncle Murda - Anybody Can Get It
09. Fabolous & Fat Joe - I’m So Fly
10. Qadir - Nickname
11. 38 Special, Fever & Dwayne - Streets Raised Me
12. Clipse feat. Re-Up Gang - 9mm
13. Heltah Skeltah feat. Buckshot - Can’t Trust Em
14. Red Café - Stick’m
15. Immortal Technique - Parole
16. Tru Life - Wet Em Up
17. Johnny Polygon - Price On Your Head

Containing eight brand new tracks crafted exclusively for DJ Green Lantern's "Liberty City Invasion" radio show on the in-game radio station "The Beat," as well as eight new songs directly inspired by Grand Theft Auto IV, The Evil Genius DJ Green Lantern has created an epic urban soundtrack. This special album release features an incredible lineup of hip-hop, reggae and R&B superstars including heavyweights Busta Rhymes, Wyclef, Fat Joe, Styles P and Fabolous as well as up-and-coming artists Mavado, Uncle Murder and Future Green Entertainment's own Johnny Polygon, Qadir and more.
Singles include "Where's My Money" from Busta Rhymes and "Nickname" from the brand new artist Qadir. The perfect summer anthem "I'm So Fly," featuring Fat Joe and Fabolous is inspired by Grand Theft Auto IV and while included on the album is not in the game.

"The Grand Theft Auto games have always featured stunning soundtracks and the amount of eclectic music in Grand Theft Auto IV goes above and beyond anything we have been able to do before" said Sam Houser, Founder and Executive Producer of Rockstar Games, "DJ Green Lantern's contributions give the soundtrack a true New York flavor and we're excited to be releasing his full album to fans."

"From making mixtapes, to being on the radio, to touring with the biggest artists on the planet, and then for the biggest video game title to solicit me to create exclusive music is something most people could only dream about, it's like a graduation," said Green. "Rockstar Games understood what I bring to the table as far as not just presenting music, but creating music."