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Over the weekend, Murs & Fashawn released "Slash Gordon," a play on the iconic comic book character, Flash Gordon. It prompted the XXL Staff to take a look back at tracks with titles derived from other fictional characters. From the movies, to TV, to novels, here's a look at 15 Hip-Hop Songs Titled After Fictional Characters — XXL Staff

Wiz Khalifa "Mia Wallace," Taylor Allderdice (2012)

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Smoke Dza "Kenny Powers," Rugby Thompson (2012)

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Odd Future "N.Y (Ned Flander)" The Odd Future Tape Vol. 2 (2012)

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Random Axe "Chewbacca," Random Axe (2011)

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Kanye West "Robocop," 808's and Heartbreaks (2009)

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Curren$y "Michael Knight," Pilot Talk 2 (2010)

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Frank Ocean "Forrest Gump," Channel Orange (2012)

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Machine Gun Kelly "Alice in Wonderland," Lace Up (2010)

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Mac Miller "Willie Dynamite," Blue Slide Park (2011)

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Future "Tony Montana," Pluto (2012)

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Curren$y "King Kong," Pilot Talk (2010)

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Chevy Woods "Shaft," Red Cup Music (2011)

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J Cole "Simba," (2009)

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Curren$y & Styles P "Jekyll n Hyde," #The1st28 (2012)

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