Much like their FIFA soundtrack, surprisingly, EA Sports decided to make the Live 07 mix feature quite a bit of international artists purposely. Their reason for the decision is because of the NBA's constantly growing popularity overseas. Steve Schnur, who is EA's one and only Executive of Music and Marketing says: "Our goal was to further define the global cultural phenomenon of hip-hop–and help shape its future–via one of the hottest sports videogame franchises on the street today."

He continues to state that because the game is listed as a 2007 title release, it's imperative that the soundtrack doesn't sound dated. To do that, EA licensed songs by up and coming artists like Lupe Fiasco, as well cult favorites and legends Jurassic 5. To add to the international mix, EA has included Brazilian artist Braza, Britain's Lady Sovereign, Finland's Redrama, and Canadian Ghislain Poirier.

NBA Live 07 will hit stores next week on September 25th. Below is the game’s entire soundtrack:

Army of the Pharaohs – "Gorillas"

Bossman – "Hand Clap"

Braza – "Son Do Braza"

Citty – "Them Ballers"

Damizza feat. Butch Cassidy – "In 2's"

Feezy 350 feat. Shauna K – "Mr. DJ"

Ghislain Poirier – "Mic Diplomat"

Gnarls Barkley – "Crazy"

Jurassic 5 feat. Dave Matthews – "Work It Out"

Lady Sovereign – "A Little Bit of Shh (Adrock Remix)"

Lupe Fiasco – "Kick Push

Dead Prez Presents M-1 – "Til We Get There"

Mark Ronson feat. Alex Greenwald – "Just"

Murs & 9th Wonder – "L.A."

Pigeon John – "Higher"

Raptile – "Neva Eva"

Redrama – "I Don't Know What to Tell You"

Rhymefest – "Some of These Days"

Robert Randolph & The Family Band – "Thrill of It"

Sergio Mendes & The Black Eyed Peas – "Mas Que Nada"

Talib Kweli – "Listen"

Ten Days Till – "Get Them Hands Hi"

The Coup – "My Favorite Mutiny"

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