New York, NY - October 3, 2006 - 2K Sports, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: TTWO), announced today that Dan the Automator presents 2K7, the soundtrack for NBA 2K7, is now available in stores across North America on Decon Records and distributed by Caroline Music Worldwide. With producer Dan the Automator at the helm, the exclusive and all original collection of 12 tracks will feature Fabolous, Most Def, Ghostface, E-40 and a special remix of "Lyrics to Go", the classic hit by A Tribe Called Quest.
In addition to contributing to the soundtrack, select featured artists will appear in NBA 2K7 as playable characters, including Dan the Automator, Phife from A Tribe Called Quest, and others.
"We're ecstatic to have the opportunity to work with Dan the Automator to create original music and production for the NBA 2K7 soundtrack," said Tim Rosa, director of brand and lifestyle marketing for 2K Sports. "Dan is noted for his production skills, but he is also a huge sports fan with solid gaming skills. He was the perfect choice for this project."
"It's cool to work on NBA 2K7 with 2K Sports. They have consistently made the best hoops video game and produced by far the most diverse and representative video game soundtracks," said Dan the Automator. "Basketball is a global sport and I wanted to represent that universal appeal by bringing together an eclectic mix of artists for NBA 2K7."
Dan the Automator presents 2K7 includes the following tracks: Dan the Automator - Intro, A Tribe Called Quest - Lyrics to Go (Dan the Automator Remix), Fabolous - Ball Til You Fall, Mos Def and Anwar Superstar - Here Comes The Champ, and many others.
NBA 2K7 is available on the Xbox 360 and Xbox video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system. NBA 2K7 for the PLAYSTATION3 computer entertainment system will also be coming this holiday season.
For more information and a complete listing of Dan the Automator presents 2K7 soundtrack log onto http://www.2KSports.com.
About Take-Two Interactive Software
Headquartered in New York City, Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. is an integrated global developer, marketer, distributor and publisher of interactive entertainment software games and accessories for the PC, PlayStation game console, PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, PSP (PlayStationPortable) system, Xbox and Xbox 360 video game and entertainment systems from Microsoft, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance. The Company publishes and develops products through its wholly owned labels Rockstar Games, 2K and 2K Sports, and Global Star Software; and distributes products in North America through its Jack of All Games subsidiary. Take-Two also manufactures and markets video game accessories in Europe, North America and the Asia Pacific region through its Joytech subsidiary. The Company maintains sales and marketing offices in Cincinnati, New York, Toronto, Geneva, London, Paris, Munich, Madrid, Milan, Sydney, Breda (Netherlands), Auckland, Shanghai and Tokyo. Take-Two's common stock is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol TTWO. For more corporate and product information please visit our website at www.take2games.com.
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