DJ HERO renegade
I would like to let you know about DJ Hero, the newest and most innovative video game from the makers of Guitar Hero that delivers an all-new interactive music experience allowing players to start the party and not only experience, but to hear music in an all-new way.

To millions of people, the turntable represents the instrument of their generation and DJ Hero demonstrates just how pervasive DJ culture is in global arts, entertainment, fashion and sports.

JAY-Z, Eminem, Daft Punk, Grandmaster Flash, DJ Z-Trip, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ AM, DJ Shadow and dozens of other artists from across a wide spectrum of music have aligned themselves with DJ Hero because it uniquely celebrates the mix-and-mash experience that has become the center of this cultural phenomenon.

The unprecedented music in DJ Hero is completely exclusive to this game, and incorporates the hottest hits from hip-hop, pop, dance, and rock. Not only is DJ Hero the most innovative game of the year, but it will change the way people experience music and interact with the artists they love.

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