For those that have been paying attention, video-game scores and soundtracks have quietly been influencing generations of hip-hop producers for quite some time now.

Going as far back as Sugar Hill recording artists The Chilly Kids 1983 “Ice Arcade” record which heavily sampled Space Invaders, to Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s “Human Video Game” record off 1988’s He’s the DJ, I’m the Rapper, all the way through to recent hits like the distinctive synth-based organ trill from the Golden Axe theme song which was used by Swizz Beatz on Jay-Z’s classic “Money, Cash, Hoes,” video game music has had a clear influence on multiple generations of rappers and producers.

With this in mind, we here at Complex present to fans of video games and hip-hop alike  Ten Video Game Songs We Wish Rappers Would Remix.

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