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NBA Jam video

Any of you keen ball fans who read through our overly descriptive NBA Street vol. 2 review, will remember the association with a certain 80s classic hip-hop tune by the main man of the hour, Curtis Blow.

Well, like a prophecy from above, guess what tune accompanies this amazing video from acclaim previewing the latest NBA Jam incarnation?

Check it out yourself here

Plus, here’s the rest of the soundtrack details

Pre 1970’s
Chuck Berry – “Johnny B. Goode”
Jr. Walker & The All-Stars – “Shotgun”
King Floyd – “Groove Me”
Smokey Robinson – “Tears of a Clown”
James Brown – “I Got You (I Feel Good)”

Kool & The Gang – “Funky Stuff”
James Brown – “Sex Machine”
Rufus/Chaka Khan – “You Got the Love”
James Gang – “Funk #49”
Peaches and Herb – “Shake Your Groove Thing”

Kurtis Blow – “Basketball”
Cameo – “Word Up”
ErikB/Rakim – “Paid In Full”
Rick James – “Super Freak”

Tag Team – “Whoomp! There It Is”
Bel Biv Devoe – “Above The Rim”
Deuce – “Dazzey Duks”
Jurassic 5 – “The Game”
Current Era
Bootsy Collins – “Big Ballin”
Bootsy Collins – “Jam On”
Grits – “Make Room”
Numbs – “Without a Doubt”
F.O.S. – “What Yall Kids Want (Instrumental)”
F.O.S. – “1,2,3 (Instrumental)”
SubUrban – “WhaddaYaLuv”
SubUrban – “On Tha Microphone”
SubUrban – “Freax”
SubUrban – “OOOOHWfff”
SubUrban – “Car Ridin’ Material”
SubUrban – “Word”

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