British rapper Dan Bull was readier for the GTAV launch than you were, having put together this fantastic track in honour of Rockstar's big game.
Dan Bull, almost undoubtedly the most motormouthed human currently rapping about video games, has released a new track. It miiiiight be the fastest thing he's recorded yet.
Video game rapmaster Dan Bull has brought his trademark bombastic style to this tribute to BioShock Infinite. Come for the nasty rhythms, stay for the concise explanation of game mechanics.
If you follow video games, you're probably aware of Dan Bull, the Brit rapper who drops sick rhymes about the hottest new video games. Or, you know, "sick," if you're not that into this sort of kitschy thing.
We're no stranger to Dan Bull's rapping skills. He's covered some of the most popular games with his clever lyrics, but he now turns to a popular issue amongst the gaming community.
Downloadable content has been met with a lot of hostility in the past. But no one has summed up the situation so elegantly as Dan Bull…
Step aside, "Paragon | Renegade" by Adam WarRock. There's a new Mass Effect rap opus in town.* The Mass Effect Epic Rap—by Dan Bull, who we've featured around these parts before—offers up a clever rhyming synopsis of the events of the first two games in BioWare's hit series. I think my favorite line might be…
Rapper Dan Bull is back with another rap! This time, he's rhyming about everybody's favorite block-building game, Minecraft.