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The urban SingStar, hip-hop karaoke game Def-Jam Rapstar, has signed up its final artists ready for its November release. And ShortList was given an exclusive opportunity to try out the new tracks, as these screenshots show. That’s us on the far left, out-rapping Kanye, Snoop and Biggie.

As you can see from the screens, if you’ve got a camera attached to your console, Def-Jam Rapstar records your performance. You can make a video, challenge people to battles through defjamrapstar.com and get battle alerts direct to your mobile. For a full listing, head this way.

The new tracks are:

Beastie Boys: Brass Monkey

Kanye West: Stronger

N-Dubz: I Need You

Notorious BIG: Big Poppa

Rob Base: It Takes Two

Roots Manuva: Witness The Fitness

Snoop Dogg: Gin And Juice

So Solid Crew: 21 Seconds

Soulja Boy: Tell My Swag On

Def-Jam Rapstar is released on 5 November on Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii

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