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Dead Island: Riptide’s Sam B Collaborates with Chamillionaire

Diamond Horde Records today released No Room in Hell, the latest music video from Rap Superstar Sam B. Sam B rose to superstardom following his smash hit single Who Do you Voodoo, which went on to achieve platinum-selling status. Sam was booked for a special performance of his material at the Royal Palms Resort Hotel on the island of Banoi, but as a result of the recent communication blackout on the island, he has gone missing. Investigations about the incidents on Banoi are still ongoing. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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RivetCityGhoul  +   603d ago
mann chamillionaire fell off. ever since ultimate victory its been downhill. too bad he was like the best rapper to come out from texas since scarface & UGK.
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Chuk5  +   603d ago
He's so irrelevant, No one even cares if he's rolling.
KwietStorm  +   603d ago
So the intro music will be even worse this time. WHODOYOUVOODOOBITCH

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