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Regardless of gameplay, you can always expecting a bangin’ soundtrack out of Electronic Arts titles and the NBA Live 15 soundtrack carries on tradition and does not disappoint.

Billboard spoke with Portland Trailblazers star Damian Lillard about his gracing this season’s cover, his Hip-Hop preferences and his favorite joints on the soundtrack.

“I really like old-school Hip-Hop,” Lillard tells Billboard when asked about what stays in his heavy rotation. “Most of the time when I hear really new stuff, it’s because somebody else put me on to it. I don’t really go searching for a lot of new stuff, but it’s a lot of up-and-coming artists that are on this soundtrack, so it’ll be good to put on to some new artists, instead of being so tapped into the old-school like I am.”

The 26-track soundtrack mixed by MICK (formally known as Mick Boogie for most heads) features proven records like Jeezy’s “Me OK,” Dreamville artist Bas’ “Charles De Gaulle To JFK,” Daytona’s “Walk Around” and K Camp’s “Money Baby.” However, Lillard cites Smif N Wessun’s “Born and Raised” and “Still Dipset” by Federal Reserve (Cam’ron, A-Trak, Juelz Santana) as his top picks.

Stream MICK’s NBA Live 15 Soundtrack mix below and flip it over to the next page to see the alphabetically ordered tracklist.

Photo: EA Sports

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