16.03.09 by Jeff

Zelda hip hop remixes!

This is ridiculous. Team Teamwork just dropped 10 remixes using music from Zelda! The image below has nothing to do with the project but the album artwork was so wack I decided to post this instead. The remix of Aesop Rock’s No Jumper Cables using the music from Goron Village is perfect.

zelda mixtape streetart

Download The Ocarina of Rhyme, here.

The Ocarina of Rhyme- Team Teamwork – Mixtape tracklist:

01 – Clipse – Virginia (Lost Woods)
02 – Dr. Dre + Snoop Dogg – Still D.R.E. (Getting Treasure)
03 – Jay-Z – No Hook (Meeting the Owl)
04 – Pimp C, Lil Keke + P.O.P. – Knockin’ Doorz Down (Hyrule Field)
05 – Common – I used to Love H.E.R. (Hyrule Market)
06 – Aesop Rock – No Jumpercables (Goron Village)
07 – Edan – Fumbling Over Words (Battle)
08 – MF Doom – Vomit (Horse Race at Lon Lon Ranch)
09 – Spank Rock – IMC (Zora’s Domain)
10 – Slim Thug + Mike Jones – Still Tippin’ (Great Fairy’s Fountain)

zelda mixtape streetart

For those of you that scrolled all the way down here I’ll reward you with this (in keeping with the theme) Tugboat’s 8-bit medley of Jay-Z, Kanye, and Lil Jon. I have this as my ringtone right now.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • this is so rad. and you’re right, that album cover is so wack.

  • tom

    wow, this is the best thing in the world

  • i can not even imagine…

    my favourite game..

  • WOWWWWWWWWWW

  • tom

    seriously, shut down the blog, nothing will ever top this post

  • Some good stuff

  • MF Doom on Horse Race at Lon Lon Ranch mix is tight!

  • randyvale

    Gotta Agree with my man John Doe that MF Doom track is beyond dope.

  • Ghostpatrol and Miso’s work! Big up

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  • The name of the mix tape is genius.

  • That image is the best part! That’s my kind of graffiti!

  • sengeezy

    that 8-bit melody was wack! so good man. awesome find jeffo!

  • connie

    so class
    love jayz- no hook (meeting the owl)

  • Hah! This is hilarious.. good entertainment value, already passed it on to some other Zelda geek friends :P

  • Jizz

    Wow, you guys need to get laid.

  • sick.
    i did actually a track using zelda sounds but got no vocals on it..anyway , 66sick.

  • Jason

    This is amazing! I’d like to see more songs like this mixed with some old school video game music.





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