Hip-hop, electro-pop group The Airplane Boys has teamed up with Twista to record the song and video "Drive" for a new version of the Spy Hunter arcade game. The clip for the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment title is shot inside of a car repair shop and lot and incorporates graphics from the 2012 revision.
The Airplane Boys and Twista use the "Drive" concept as a metaphor for their diligent career pursuits, singing on the chorus, "Tank's on E but I stay on drive, definitely on cruise control like there is no tomorrow."
The new Spy Hunter game will be released on Tuesday, October 9, on PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS by TT Fusion. Like the original 1983 version, the player takes on the role of the global-terrorist-organization-fighting "Agent" equipped with a high-tech G-6155 Interceptor supercar and its with advanced weaponry.
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