Professional wrestling legend Hulk Hogan has displayed his admiration for the late Notorious B.I.G. by releasing a promotional clip for the new Def Jam Rapstar video game featuring himself reciting “Juicy.”
The video features Hulk with his daughter and long-time friend Jimmy Hart.
In a new promo video for the rap video game “Def Jam Rapstar,” Hulk Hogan appears to flash his private parts in the presence of his 22-year-old daughter, Brooke. The former pro wrestler is in the midst of “singing” a Notorious B.I.G. track when Brooke asks him if he can do a booty dance. Soon after she shakes her money maker, the Hulk leans back, rifles through his shorts and then shakes his nether regions at the camera. (New York Daily News)
Hulk also adds his own lyrics to B.I.G.’s 1990’s Ready To Die hit single.
“No, this song is dedicated to you, Biggie Smalls,” Hulk says in the promo trailer. “It was all a dream. It’s all about Biggie Smalls, keep it real. I’ve been hustling my whole life, too, dawg. You do your thing, Biggie Smalls and I’ll do mine. We’re both super stars, driving big, bad cars. You know what you’re gonna do brother. Those are my words. I’ve blown up like I thought I would, call the crib, same hood, it’s all good, uh.” (Def Jam Rap Star)
The new video game allows users to rap out various rhymes.
Although “DJ Hero” has basked as the popular hip-hop music game for the past year, it’s getting a challenge from Konami, 4mm Games and Terminal Reality with “Def Jam Rapstar,” which is essentially a karaoke title that features hip-hop tracks instead of pop tunes. That puts the focus on rhythm of words rather than the tone of the voice (though there are elements of that, too). Players don’t have avatars, they sing along to music videos, sanitized and radio-ready for that Teen rating. (Mercury News)
Upon its release last month, Def Jam Rapstar was packaged with Lil Wayne‘s new I Am Not A Human Being album.
Every customer who picks up the video game Def Jam Rapstar will receive a copy of Lil Wayne’s new album. The rapper, currently in jail on gun charges, has teamed up with Def Jam and 4mm Games to distribute his new album “I Am Not Human” to customers who purchase the rap karaoke game from retailer Best Buy from Oct. 12 – Oct. 19. (Wall Street Journal)
Check out Hulk Hogan’s video below: