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Green Lantern and Rockstar Games will officially release their Grand Theft Auto IV collaboration, Liberty City Invasion, May 20. The digital-only album will feature tracks by Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, Fat Joe, Styles P, and Wyclef Jean. The DJ was brought on board to score music for the popular video game and produce the album for the GTA franchise’s latest title. “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 graduation,” Green Lantern said in a statement. “I’m So Fly,” featuring Fat Joe and Fabolous is an exclusive song that will only be available on the album and not through the video game.-Jayson Rodriguez
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