A BioShock Infinite Rap Just Made it More Awesome

Written by Chad

April 12, 2013

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Everyone is enjoying Bioshock Infinite (heck we even gave it a ‘Must Buy’ verdict on our review), but what makes it great is the tribute from the fans.

From fanarts to video montage, any form of media were used to give back something to the developers who created masterpieces for the gamers, well for this case we will be featuring a music tribute. But this is not your average song, this song was composed by Dan Bull, an English chap who is pretty good in making rap songs, and mind you, he composed his own lyrics, that’s make it a double awesome. He already composed songs from Assassin’s Creed to Borderlands.

Anyhow here is Dan Bull’s rap song for Bioshock Infinite

 

 

You can check out some of Dan Bull’s creation on his Youtube Channel

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