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Play Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost & Damned with Busta Rhymes

June 1, 2009

GAME WITH FAME presents...Play Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost & Damned with Busta Rhymes

Hot urban artist Busta Rhymes, fresh off the release of his eighth full-length album Back On My B.S., will play The Lost and Damned(TM) game add-on for Grand Theft Auto IV(TM) with Xbox LIVE® Gold Members June 2. If you're an Xbox LIVE Gold Member (if not, upgrade now!), and you want a chance to play with Busta Rhymes, send a friend request to the following Gamertag and be online half an hour before (6:30 P.M. ET) the Game with Fame session starts on Tuesday, June 2, 7:00 P.M. ET. If you get a chance to play with Busta Rhymes, we want to hear about it! Send us an e-mail ( with the subject: "GWF - Busta Rhymes."Be sure to include your Gamertag and home town.

Following on the success of his 2006 album, The Big Bang, which went to number one, Rhymes gets back to basics with Back On My B.S. releasing May 19. The first signature song on the new album is "Arab Money,"produced by Ron Brows as homage to the culture of the Middle East, and he follows that up with songs including "Hustler's Anthem 09"featuring T-Pain, and "Respect My Conglomerate"featuring past Artists of the Month Young Jeezy and Jadakiss. In fact, you may have already heard the "Conglomerate"song as it debuted in The Lost and Damned game add-on, which is the game to play in the Game with Fame.

If you want a taste of the sound of Busta Rhymes, we have five music videos available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace:

• "Arab Money"

• "Arab Money" (Behind the Scenes)

• "We Made It"

• "Hustler's Anthem 09"

• "Touch It"


Busta Rhymes Game With Fame on Xbox LIVE

  • Date: June 2nd

  • Location: New York, NY

  • Time: 7PM - 9PM EST

  • Game: Grand Theft Auto IV: Lost & Damned

GAMERTAG: BustaRhymes GWF (**note space between BustaRhymes and GWF)


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