You’d think EA would have released a Madden NFL soundtrack years ago given its penchant for licensed music, but no — it’s only getting to that now. The publisher has teamed with Interscope Records to release its first album for the football game franchise, Madden NFL 22: The Soundtrack. The title unsurprisingly tries to walk the line between big names and indie cred with artists like Swae Lee, Tierra Whack and multiple up-and-comers.
The full game will include more than 50 extra tracks while you’re playing the new Yard mode, including originals from artists like Killer Mike and hit-of-the-moment songs from the likes of Drake and Lil Baby.
You can stream or buy the soundtrack through common services like Apple Music, Spotify and Deezer. This probably won’t convince you to buy Madden if you weren’t already sold on the formula, but that’s not really the point. Much like other game soundtracks, it’s another way to capitalize on the game beyond the usual sales.
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