It's about to be a busy fall season for tons of video gamers, as Madden is about to release their Madden NFL 18 game on Aug. 25 to the public. While the game will be available for users with PlayStation 4 and XBox One consoles, music fans can also get excited for the release, as the soundtrack contains many of our favorite artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, Zoey Dollaz and more.

The full tracklist for Madden NFL 18 was unveiled this week, revealing a total of 32 tracks from huge superstars including songs we already know and love, as well as some that might have slipped under the rug for some hip-hop fans. K. Dot offers up his "DNA." single for the soundtrack, while Dollaz gets some help from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie for their joint track, "It's Okay." The soundtrack also has songs from Logic, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, Vic Mensa, Vince Staples, and for the first time ever, Snoop Dogg, who is a huge football fan with a league of his own on the West Coast.

Users and longtime fans of Madden have found the soundtrack to be extremely helpful and motivating for their play time in the past, making it a crucial aspect for those keeping their focus on the game.

Back in May, EA Sports revealed that New England Patriots champion Tom Brady was on the cover of the Madden NFL 18 game.

You can get your hands on Madden NFL 18 on Aug. 25, but check out the full soundtrack tracklist below, and listen to a preview.

Madden NFL 18 Tracklist

1. Action Bronson - "Let Me Breathe"
2. Aloe Blacc - "King Is Born"
3. Amir Obé - “WISH YOU WELL”
4. A$AP Mob featuring A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, and Frank Ocean - “RAF”
5. Belly - “Man Listen”
6. Big Boi featuring Jeezy and Killer Mike - “Kill Jill"
7. Big Sean featuring Migos - “Sacrifices”
8. Calvin Harris featuring Future and Khalid - “Rollin”
9. Chaz French - “quad”
10. Cuz Lightyear - “Luke C Walker”
11. Davie - “Keep Running”
12. Dillon Francis featuring G-Eazy - “Say Less”
13. Flosstradamus featuring Waka Flocka Flame - “Trap Scholar”
14. French Montana featuring Pharrell - “Bring Dem Things”
15. GoldLink - “Kokamoe Freestyle”
16. Imagine Dragons - “Whatever It Takes”
17. J Hus - “Common Sense”
18. Joey Bad4$$ - “Temptation”
19. Joyner Lucas featuring Mystikal - “FYM”
20. Kendrick Lamar - “DNA”
21. Logic - “Everybody”
22. Meek Mill - “Glow Up”
23. Mike WiLL Made-It featuring Swae Lee - “Bars Of Soap"
24. Rick Ross featuring Future, Jeezy, and Yo Gotti - “Dead Presidents”
25. Snoop Dogg featuring October London - “Go On”
26. Spencer Ludwig - “Got Me Like”
27. Steve Aoki featuring Lil Uzi Vert - “Been Ballin”
28. Stormzy - “Big For Your Boots”
29. Travis Scott - “A Man”
30. Vic Mensa featuring Pusha T - “OMG”
31. Vince Staples - “Party People”
32. Zoey Dollaz featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - “It’s OK”

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