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Madden NFL 18 Soundtrack Features Some of the Biggest Names in Music

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Madden NFL 18 Soundtrack Features Some of the Biggest Names in Music

The track list for the Madden NFL 18 soundtrack has been revealed, featuring some of the biggest names in music, Kendrick Lamar, Calvin Harris, Vic Mensa, Meek Mill, Steve Aoki, Logic, Playboi Carti, just to name a few.

It also features never-before-released songs from Travis Scott, Belly, Cuz Lightyear, Davie, Flosstradamus and Spencer Ludwig. Fans can listen to some of the tracks on Spotify.

Check out the full tracklist below and get more details and the inspirations behind each song selection, at the official Madden website.

ARTIST SONG
Action Bronson Let Me Breathe
Aloe Blacc King Is Born
Amir Obé WISH YOU WELL
A$AP Mob ft. A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti RAF also ft. Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert & Frank Ocean
Belly Man Listen
Big Boi Kill Jill ft. Jeezy and Killer Mike
Big Sean Sacrifices ft. Migos
Calvin Harris Rollin ft. Future and Khalid
Chaz French Squad
Cuz Lightyear Luke C Walker
Davie Keep Running
Dillon Francis Say Less ft. G-Eazy
Flosstradamus Trap Scholar ft. Waka Flocka Flame
French Montana Bring Dem Things ft. Pharrell
GoldLink Kokamoe Freestyle
Imagine Dragons Whatever It Takes
J Hus Common Sense
Joey Bad4$$ Temptation
Joyner Lucas FYM ft. Mystikal
Kendrick Lamar DNA.
Logic Everybody
Meek Mill Glow Up
Mike WiLL Made-It Bars Of Soap ft. Swae Lee
Rick Ross Dead Presidents ft. Future, Jeezy & Yo Gotti
Snoop Dogg Go On ft. October London
Spencer Ludwig Got Me Like
Steve Aoki Been Ballin ft. Lil Uzi Vert
Stormzy Big For Your Boots
Travis Scott A Man
Vic Mensa OMG ft. Pusha T
Vince Staples Party People
Zoey Dollaz It’s OK ft. A Boogie wit da Hoodie
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  1. Surprised they got DNA on the sound track! Definitely seems they geared towards hip-hop this year. Even the article key words 'Turn up', 'bangers', 'fire ', etc lol.
    "guaranteed to keep the function going if they pass you the aux cord" - Cringe
    This may end up being my favorite madden soundtrack.
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    Maybe I'm just too old now, but this stuff sounds terrible. I quite enjoyed M17's soundtrack, but I'll likely be turning this stuff off this year.
    Well looks like I'm going to continue the tradition of muting the sound track as soon as the game is installed. Madden 04 and Madden 10 had the best soundtracks by far imo. Hell 04 even had metal with A7X.
    Edit: Could have sworn American Idiot was on 04, would have made that the best ST in gaming history.
    Datninja619
    They. Got. D. N. A. On the sound track!? Definitely seems they geared towards hip-hop. Even the article key words 'Turn up', 'bangers', 'fire ', etc lol.
    "guaranteed to keep the function going if they pass you the aux cord"
    This will end up being my favorite madden soundtrack.
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    U know, as an OLD SKOOL hip hop head, when I first hear, 'oh great, it's mostly hip hop' or similar, my first thought, is 'awesome. My kind of music.' And, then I realize hip hop in the year 2010+ (maybe, 2000+) is pure garbage. Lol. Outside of Eminem and jay-Z, maybe.
    So, for me, this will prob be disappointing. But, I'll check it out and see.
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    OhMrHanky
    U know, as an OLD SKOOL hip hop head, when I first hear, 'oh great, it's mostly hip hop' or similar, my first thought, is 'awesome. My kind of music.' And, then I realize hip hop in the year 2010+ (maybe, 2000+) is pure garbage. Lol. Outside of Eminem and jay-Z, maybe.
    So, for me, this will prob be disappointing. But, I'll check it out and see.
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    I'm right there with ya Hanky. I will say this list doesn't have the pure garbage artist of 2010+ music haha. I avoid them also.
    OhMrHanky
    U know, as an OLD SKOOL hip hop head, when I first hear, 'oh great, it's mostly hip hop' or similar, my first thought, is 'awesome. My kind of music.' And, then I realize hip hop in the year 2010+ (maybe, 2000+) is pure garbage. Lol. Outside of Eminem and jay-Z, maybe.
    So, for me, this will prob be disappointing. But, I'll check it out and see.
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    Yup hip hop died with Tupac. I mainly listen to rock. I my self have a strong distain towards modern hip hop as a whole. And rock bands have more musical talent in their middle finger than hip hop "Artists" have in their whole body. 3 favorite bands are (not in any order) Shinedown, Green Day, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. And 3 way different bands as well.
    No thanks.
    I will turn it off immediately and continue streaming NFL films music off spotify or plug in my flash drive full of all the old ESPN NFL Primetime Themes.
    Godgers12
    Yup hip hop died with Tupac. I mainly listen to rock. I my self have a strong distain towards modern hip hop as a whole. And rock bands have more musical talent in their middle finger than hip hop "Artists" have in their whole body. 3 favorite bands are (not in any order) Shinedown, Green Day, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. And 3 way different bands as well.

    Lol. Rocks going downhill, too, imo. I know it happens with all people with age. But, seriously, I grew up in the 80s. 80s music, while beloved by many who lived through the period (not me), was not good 'music'. Except for the hip hop. That was when it blossomed. It grew in the 90s and u still had to be good to create it and succeed in the 90s. In 2000, it started going downhill and everybody and dey momma was rapping. Lol.
    But, the 90s also brought the grunge revo, so rock picked up, massively. But, again, something about 2000, it just seems like grunge was tamed and were now stuck in the 2010s with a lot of soft music, in general, with no edge. Edge is missing in both rock and hip hop, imo.
    But, for me, personallly, hip hop has lost the hip and the hop. Lol. The hip is the edginess, the street value, so to speak, and the hop is the beat, man. I turned on the radio yesterday to local hip hop and I mean, there's NO beat. ZERO beat. It's this weird background noise, often no drum beats at all. Drum beats are the heart of hip hop. Legit, hip hop lost its soul, big time. I signal the death of hip hop with Nas' Hip Hop is Dead. That album nailed it.
    Anyways, sorry, mods, I get lost when discussing hip hop. I miss the early raw GOOD stuff and am truly disappointed in today's rap, I can't help but go on.
    And, yeah, I'll give u the peppers for sure. That band has rocked for what, 3-4 decades? And, it's all pretty good. I actually like their slower stuff, better, I think it fits kiedus' vocal range better, but I know opinions vary on that. I like green day, but I have trouble giving them major rock status. They're a little commercial, imo.
    But, as far as madden is concerned, I will say that regardless of hating some of the music, I actually like this move back to having music. I love the NFL theme song, or whatever u call it, but that got tiring after awhile. It's nice to have some different jams playing. And, having a good mix of hip hop and rock is nice as well. I've enjoyed some of the tracks the last 2 games. And, the ones I hated, I turned them off. That's a nice option as well, btw. If some don't know, I can easily click the right stick, select music, and it shows u the current track playing, and u can uncheck the box so u don't have to hear it, again.
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    Seems like people are NEVER pleased with the soundtrack, kind of is what it is to me at this point. Every Madden every song grows on me so no complaints here from me. Just ready for August 22nd!
    OhMrHanky
    U know, as an OLD SKOOL hip hop head, when I first hear, 'oh great, it's mostly hip hop' or similar, my first thought, is 'awesome. My kind of music.' And, then I realize hip hop in the year 2010+ (maybe, 2000+) is pure garbage. Lol. Outside of Eminem and jay-Z, maybe.
    So, for me, this will prob be disappointing. But, I'll check it out and see.
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    Do you only like music/rap that's more like understandable? I don't quite no how to explain what I'm asking but I like (some) modern rap and I like other and (kind've) older songs like Johnny Cash, Beastie Boys, nirvana, etc but like the "kind've" older ones better. Have you tried listening to "good" modern rap songs cause I think they're at least not bad to listen to
    Godgers12
    Yup hip hop died with Tupac. I mainly listen to rock. I my self have a strong distain towards modern hip hop as a whole. And rock bands have more musical talent in their middle finger than hip hop "Artists" have in their whole body. 3 favorite bands are (not in any order) Shinedown, Green Day, and Red Hot Chili Peppers. And 3 way different bands as well.

    Do you like nirvana or green days newest album that came out like last year or something
    They seriously need to hire the guy who made the Madden 10 soundtrack.
    Never again will we see the likes of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Pantera, Slipknot, Korn, System of a Down, or Alice in Chains again. They even managed to get a good Nirvana song in "Breed" too.
    Even the old school hip hop with Tupac & Beastie Boys was good.
    Same thing with Madden 06, thank you for Bat Country & 10,000 Fists.
    We need those type of songs back, you know, songs that actually fuel your adrenaline at a real sporting event.
    OhMrHanky
    Lol. Rocks going downhill, too, imo. I know it happens with all people with age. But, seriously, I grew up in the 80s. 80s music, while beloved by many who lived through the period (not me), was not good 'music'. Except for the hip hop. That was when it blossomed. It grew in the 90s and u still had to be good to create it and succeed in the 90s. In 2000, it started going downhill and everybody and dey momma was rapping. Lol.
    But, the 90s also brought the grunge revo, so rock picked up, massively. But, again, something about 2000, it just seems like grunge was tamed and were now stuck in the 2010s with a lot of soft music, in general, with no edge. Edge is missing in both rock and hip hop, imo.
    But, for me, personallly, hip hop has lost the hip and the hop. Lol. The hip is the edginess, the street value, so to speak, and the hop is the beat, man. I turned on the radio yesterday to local hip hop and I mean, there's NO beat. ZERO beat. It's this weird background noise, often no drum beats at all. Drum beats are the heart of hip hop. Legit, hip hop lost its soul, big time. I signal the death of hip hop with Nas' Hip Hop is Dead. That album nailed it.
    Anyways, sorry, mods, I get lost when discussing hip hop. I miss the early raw GOOD stuff and am truly disappointed in today's rap, I can't help but go on.
    And, yeah, I'll give u the peppers for sure. That band has rocked for what, 3-4 decades? And, it's all pretty good. I actually like their slower stuff, better, I think it fits kiedus' vocal range better, but I know opinions vary on that. I like green day, but I have trouble giving them major rock status. They're a little commercial, imo.
    But, as far as madden is concerned, I will say that regardless of hating some of the music, I actually like this move back to having music. I love the NFL theme song, or whatever u call it, but that got tiring after awhile. It's nice to have some different jams playing. And, having a good mix of hip hop and rock is nice as well. I've enjoyed some of the tracks the last 2 games. And, the ones I hated, I turned them off. That's a nice option as well, btw. If some don't know, I can easily click the right stick, select music, and it shows u the current track playing, and u can uncheck the box so u don't have to hear it, again.
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    Do you like Eminem? Him and Dre (who I'm guessing you like if you like because you said you like old Hip Hop) are working on another album. Dre is producing it but he's probably helping a lot with the beats (I don't have a full understanding of what producing an album means)
    Looks like a soundtrack I won't be turning off. Got a good collection of songs. Country music just doesn't get me in the mood for football.
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    OhMrHanky
    Lol. Rocks going downhill, too, imo. I know it happens with all people with age. But, seriously, I grew up in the 80s. 80s music, while beloved by many who lived through the period (not me), was not good 'music'. Except for the hip hop. That was when it blossomed. It grew in the 90s and u still had to be good to create it and succeed in the 90s. In 2000, it started going downhill and everybody and dey momma was rapping. Lol.
    But, the 90s also brought the grunge revo, so rock picked up, massively. But, again, something about 2000, it just seems like grunge was tamed and were now stuck in the 2010s with a lot of soft music, in general, with no edge. Edge is missing in both rock and hip hop, imo.
    But, for me, personallly, hip hop has lost the hip and the hop. Lol. The hip is the edginess, the street value, so to speak, and the hop is the beat, man. I turned on the radio yesterday to local hip hop and I mean, there's NO beat. ZERO beat. It's this weird background noise, often no drum beats at all. Drum beats are the heart of hip hop. Legit, hip hop lost its soul, big time. I signal the death of hip hop with Nas' Hip Hop is Dead. That album nailed it.
    Anyways, sorry, mods, I get lost when discussing hip hop. I miss the early raw GOOD stuff and am truly disappointed in today's rap, I can't help but go on.
    And, yeah, I'll give u the peppers for sure. That band has rocked for what, 3-4 decades? And, it's all pretty good. I actually like their slower stuff, better, I think it fits kiedus' vocal range better, but I know opinions vary on that. I like green day, but I have trouble giving them major rock status. They're a little commercial, imo.
    But, as far as madden is concerned, I will say that regardless of hating some of the music, I actually like this move back to having music. I love the NFL theme song, or whatever u call it, but that got tiring after awhile. It's nice to have some different jams playing. And, having a good mix of hip hop and rock is nice as well. I've enjoyed some of the tracks the last 2 games. And, the ones I hated, I turned them off. That's a nice option as well, btw. If some don't know, I can easily click the right stick, select music, and it shows u the current track playing, and u can uncheck the box so u don't have to hear it, again.
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    Rock isn't going down hill imo, it's just losing mainstream popularity. Pretty much all I listen to is music that is edgy. That's why I can't stand Maroon 5 and other like bands. Rappers like NWA, DMX, Busta Rymes, Biggie, Tupac, Emenem, Hollywood Undead and ect... I can listen to, but modern hip/hop makes me want to vomit.
    yotileintruder1
    Do you like nirvana or green days newest album that came out like last year or something

    Nirvana is one of the most influential bands of the last 30 years so of coarse I respect them. And yes I like GD's new album, it's basically a social commentary on todays society.
    yotileintruder1
    Do you like Eminem? Him and Dre (who I'm guessing you like if you like because you said you like old Hip Hop) are working on another album. Dre is producing it but he's probably helping a lot with the beats (I don't have a full understanding of what producing an album means)

    Yeah, I like Eminem and dre, fo sho. . Hopefully, it'll be good. Some of Eminem's most recent albums have been a little off. His first 3-4 were amazing imo. He's the ultimate 'prose' artist. Dude can rap his way out of any situation, and twist and flip the rhyme structure so well, u can't believe he rhymed x with z.
    U asked if I like 'understandable' music. It's not that simple for me. I think I understand what u mean, and no, that's not it. Ancient hip hop (lol, back in the 70s) started with the beat. It all started with the background. A DJ laid a track, and an emcee rocked the mic to the beat. The beat came first. This is important. It takes more skill to rhyme with a beat, to use the beat, to manipulate it. Today's artists don't do this at all. That's the big piece that's missing.
    I tried listening to Kendrick Lamar for a minute cause people said he's more old school, but see, what I heard in his rap is a dude who talks on the mic with background music. That's something that happened as hip hop became more and more popular. Even Tupac is guilty of some of this. In his case, he recorded some lyrics, and then music was placed behind it. (I mean, specifically, some tracks after death that weren't finished). But, I feel fairly certain many mainstream rappers started doing this. They write a bunch of lyrics, yell in the mic, and then someone creates some background music that sort of goes with it. This is backwards hip hop creation. U gotta start with the beat. U create a funky *** track, and the rapper works with it.
    And, in the 80s, 90s, early 2000s (maybe), u still had funky *** beats being used. Many of these came from old Motown. James brown, etc. So, they had instant funk. The best DJs mixed and scratched and created the best backgrounds. Then, u get the rapper to rap over the beat.
    And, again, the beats they're 'creating' today? . Purely awful. They don't even have a beat. Hip hop should make u bob your head and shake your ***, not make u do this.

    Lol. That's what all rap (I have to call it rap cause it ain't hip hop no more) today makes my head do.
    I'm sure there's something good here and there, but until hip hop goes back to the 80s and recycles some old school beats, I think it's going to continue to get worse. I'm hopeful that we will see a cycling of music soon, especially for hip hop, as music and fashion go in cycles.
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    OhMrHanky
    Yeah, I like Eminem and dre, fo sho. . Hopefully, it'll be good. Some of Eminem's most recent albums have been a little off. His first 3-4 were amazing imo. He's the ultimate 'prose' artist. Dude can rap his way out of any situation, and twist and flip the rhyme structure so well, u can't believe he rhymed x with z.
    U asked if I like 'understandable' music. It's not that simple for me. I think I understand what u mean, and no, that's not it. Ancient hip hop (lol, back in the 70s) started with the beat. It all started with the background. A DJ laid a track, and an emcee rocked the mic to the beat. The beat came first. This is important. It takes more skill to rhyme with a beat, to use the beat, to manipulate it. Today's artists don't do this at all. That's the big piece that's missing.
    I tried listening to Kendrick Lamar for a minute cause people said he's more old school, but see, what I heard in his rap is a dude who talks on the mic with background music. That's something that happened as hip hop became more and more popular. Even Tupac is guilty of some of this. In his case, he recorded some lyrics, and then music was placed behind it. (I mean, specifically, some tracks after death that weren't finished). But, I feel fairly certain many mainstream rappers started doing this. They write a bunch of lyrics, yell in the mic, and then someone creates some background music that sort of goes with it. This is backwards hip hop creation. U gotta start with the beat. U create a funky *** track, and the rapper works with it.
    And, in the 80s, 90s, early 2000s (maybe), u still had funky *** beats being used. Many of these came from old Motown. James brown, etc. So, they had instant funk. The best DJs mixed and scratched and created the best backgrounds. Then, u get the rapper to rap over the beat.
    And, again, the beats they're 'creating' today? . Purely awful. They don't even have a beat. Hip hop should make u bob your head and shake your ***, not make u do this.

    Lol. That's what all rap (I have to call it rap cause it ain't hip hop no more) today makes my head do.
    I'm sure there's something good here and there, but until hip hop goes back to the 80s and recycles some old school beats, I think it's going to continue to get worse. I'm hopeful that we will see a cycling of music soon, especially for hip hop, as music and fashion go in cycles.
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    That's a great explanation and I agree, I don't think modern rap is trash music, I don't know if you do either but I definitely see what you mean and agree
    The Last Couple Of Years I've Tried Leaving The Soundtrack On, and I Always End Up Muting It. I Probably Will This Year Because I Only Liked One Or Two Songs On The Madden 18 Sound Track. To Bad, They Need A Better Variety Of Songs & Artists. I Love The Game Itself Though, and That's What Counts.
    Cowboyfan_19
    They seriously need to hire the guy who made the Madden 10 soundtrack.
    Never again will we see the likes of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Pantera, Slipknot, Korn, System of a Down, or Alice in Chains again. They even managed to get a good Nirvana song in "Breed" too.
    Even the old school hip hop with Tupac & Beastie Boys was good.
    Same thing with Madden 06, thank you for Bat Country & 10,000 Fists.
    We need those type of songs back, you know, songs that actually fuel your adrenaline at a real sporting event.
    Yes Madden 10 had the best soundtrack ever
    Oldsmobile19
    Seems like people are NEVER pleased with the soundtrack, kind of is what it is to me at this point. Every Madden every song grows on me so no complaints here from me. Just ready for August 22nd!

    I agree with you. Of course it is everyones right to hate or love soundtracks.
    I always find a few songs that I mumble to every year too. In MLB The show, there is a song that goes "Watch me Walk" I still don't know who the artist is, what genre it is, etc..but I now enjoy hearing it.
    The article says Snoop is in the soundtrack for the first time, yet his song 'Boom' was in Madden 12. Anyway, can't wait to give this a listen. Lots of big names on here.
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    I actually really liked the Madden 16 soundtrack, but I turned off the Madden 17 soundtrack in favor of Spotify on my PS4.
    I'll give this a shot - I always do - and I hope I find some songs I like this time around, unlike last year.
    Cowboyfan_19
    They seriously need to hire the guy who made the Madden 10 soundtrack.
    Never again will we see the likes of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Pantera, Slipknot, Korn, System of a Down, or Alice in Chains again. They even managed to get a good Nirvana song in "Breed" too.
    Even the old school hip hop with Tupac & Beastie Boys was good.
    Same thing with Madden 06, thank you for Bat Country & 10,000 Fists.
    We need those type of songs back, you know, songs that actually fuel your adrenaline at a real sporting event.

    I was told that classic rockers, Led Zep, Stones(Start Me Up for Packers KO) are too costly.
    OhMrHanky
    Yeah, I like Eminem and dre, fo sho. . Hopefully, it'll be good. Some of Eminem's most recent albums have been a little off. His first 3-4 were amazing imo. He's the ultimate 'prose' artist. Dude can rap his way out of any situation, and twist and flip the rhyme structure so well, u can't believe he rhymed x with z.
    U asked if I like 'understandable' music. It's not that simple for me. I think I understand what u mean, and no, that's not it. Ancient hip hop (lol, back in the 70s) started with the beat. It all started with the background. A DJ laid a track, and an emcee rocked the mic to the beat. The beat came first. This is important. It takes more skill to rhyme with a beat, to use the beat, to manipulate it. Today's artists don't do this at all. That's the big piece that's missing.
    I tried listening to Kendrick Lamar for a minute cause people said he's more old school, but see, what I heard in his rap is a dude who talks on the mic with background music. That's something that happened as hip hop became more and more popular. Even Tupac is guilty of some of this. In his case, he recorded some lyrics, and then music was placed behind it. (I mean, specifically, some tracks after death that weren't finished). But, I feel fairly certain many mainstream rappers started doing this. They write a bunch of lyrics, yell in the mic, and then someone creates some background music that sort of goes with it. This is backwards hip hop creation. U gotta start with the beat. U create a funky *** track, and the rapper works with it.
    And, in the 80s, 90s, early 2000s (maybe), u still had funky *** beats being used. Many of these came from old Motown. James brown, etc. So, they had instant funk. The best DJs mixed and scratched and created the best backgrounds. Then, u get the rapper to rap over the beat.
    And, again, the beats they're 'creating' today? . Purely awful. They don't even have a beat. Hip hop should make u bob your head and shake your ***, not make u do this.

    Lol. That's what all rap (I have to call it rap cause it ain't hip hop no more) today makes my head do.
    I'm sure there's something good here and there, but until hip hop goes back to the 80s and recycles some old school beats, I think it's going to continue to get worse. I'm hopeful that we will see a cycling of music soon, especially for hip hop, as music and fashion go in cycles.
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    Do you like Yellowolf? He performed at a rock show I went to recently in Syracuse. Seemed kind of random with him being there at all honestly lol. Hewas on the card along with Stonesour, Skillet, Ded, and Korn. He was pretty solid. He kind of reminds me of Emenem.
    Godgers12
    Do you like Yellowolf? He performed at a rock show I went to recently in Syracuse. Seemed kind of random with him being there at all honestly lol. Hewas on the card along with Stonesour, Skillet, Ded, and Korn. He was pretty solid. He kind of reminds me of Emenem.

    Em works with him and mentors him I'm pretty sure
    I wish  someday we can just use custom soundtracks in the  game  like in Forza or MLB the Show.   Not a big deal when you have Pandora to listen to in the main menu. 
    porkys8077
    I wish* someday we can just use*custom soundtracks in the* game* like in Forza or MLB the Show. * Not a big deal when you have Pandora to listen to in the main menu.*

    I think u can with Xbox, now. . Not pouring salt as it sounds like you're a PS4 guy. But, Xbox actually finally added this ability, idk, 6 months ago. Now, u can legit play music in the background during gameplay.
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    OhMrHanky
    I think u can with Xbox, now. . Not pouring salt as it sounds like you're a PS4 guy. But, Xbox actually finally added this ability, idk, 6 months ago. Now, u can legit play music in the background during gameplay.
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    I have PS4 and Xbox. I'm just saying if anyone that doesn't like the songs in Madden, you can just listen to Spotify or Pandora.
    i know a couple bands, and none of the songs. i like what they are doing with the sound track. '16 was an excellent memorial game for me, '17 wasn't as good, i'm hoping for good things from this sound track.
    good way to introduce me to some new music.
    How you feel about this soundtrack is going to depend on what demographic you belong to.
    I'm under 30 and I enjoy hip hop music, therefore I am very happy about this soundtrack.
    Hopefully the option to play the NFL films style orchestra type music still exists because that's a pretty awful list of artists IMO, even if I haven't heard of some of them. Sure, not my type of music either... but figured there'd be more variety. Oh well. Here's hoping that NFL films type music is still there so I can turn these all off if I hate them like I assume I will.
    I don't dislike rap, but my goodness, this is too much of it! Best soundtrack EA ever had was the original in Madden 2003. Had a great combo of metal, rock, and rap. Still listen to some of those songs today. King is Born is a solid song though.
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