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Don’t Just Read – Listen and Watch THPS History in the Making
Rather than just tell you what new songs were going to be in the game, some of the artists were part of a must-watch reveal of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 soundtrack, courtesy of a concert presented by Noisey.
Together – within a virtual concert environment– Machine Gun Kelly dropped a taste of his latest pop punk project, Rough Francis punched in their punk hits, and Merkules and CHAII brought the heat with their bars that represent the ever-growing hip hop scene.
The Birdman himself is also keen to add to the quintessential skater soundtrack he championed since the first game: “Music has always been such a core element of THPS so I’m excited about the new music being added to the soundtrack of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2. It was fun to be a part of the creative process and be able to include a few of my favorites in the soundtrack along with the other new songs that I believe will resonate with the new generation like the original soundtracks did.”
And if you think this concert was just a soundtrack reveal on top of some killer sets, then you may be in for some awesome surprises, especially if you are amped for THPS skaters both new and returning.
Watch the video of this concert here: