Marshall Vs Capcom | Eminem Meets Street Fighter Kicks Ass!

Marshall Vs Capcom | Eminem Meets Street Fighter Kicks Ass!


Otaku Gang are back with another inspired mashup, this time it’s Marshall Mathers Vs Street Fighter.

In celebration of the release of the newest installment of Capcom’s Street Fighter series, the Otaku Gang are back with another collision of pop culture and hip-hop.

Their last remix project brought together Star Wars and Biggie Smalls to almost unanimous acclaim, now for the Otaku GangSolar Slim is the party responsible for this latest blend which finds Eminem aka Marshall Mathers’ vocals kicking ass over Street Fighter beats.

Marshall Vs Capcom, a clever play on the classic Marvel Vs Capcom video game title, is comprised of 13 remix tracks plus two bonus Otaku Gang songs. Classic Eminem songs like Stan, Soldier and Superman find their way into the tracklisting.

Marshall Vs Capcom is available to download for free from otakugang.com/capcom

About Otaku Gang – Otaku Gang is an underground culture collective created by artist/producer duo Richie Branson & Solar Slim along with graphic artist Plush Giant. Capable of making beats, rocking shows, and even developing video games, OG knows how to make noise in a variety of different ways. From producing billboard-charting work with Def Jam recordings & infusing hip-hop into Adult Swim’s legendary toonami programming block, to producing music for major video game releases like Marvel Heroes & consistently setting viral trends on the internet, they have a well-documented track record of breaking boundaries with their creativity.



Will Harrison

About the author | Will Harrison

Founder of The Unheard Nerd. A husband and father of two girls, Will is a fan of Nerdcore Hip-Hop, a comics fiend, a podcast host and champion of independent nerd culture. | Follow will on twitter: @TheUnheardNerd

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