Activision has announced British artists Scratch Perverts and DJ Yoda as contributors to the upcoming DJ Hero music game.
Scratch Perverts - the award-winning trio of Plus One, Prime Cuts and Tony Vegas - will provide five mixes, including Common's "Universal Mind Control" versus Masta Ace's "Jeep A** Gutter", Eric B & Rakim's "Eric B for President" versus MIA's "Paper Planes", and Noisia's "Groundhog" (Beat Juggle).
DJ Yoda, meanwhile, will add two mixes: the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" versus Gang Starr's "Just to Get a Rep", and Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" versus Shlomo's "Beats".
Developer FreeStyleGames also hinted to IGN that tracks from Dr. Dre's new Detox album may show-up at some point.
Working quietly alongside these guest superstar contributors is a core team of 16 DJs/producers, which will provide the bulk of DJ Hero's mixes. Among that team are DMC winner Blakey and a top Radio1 DJ, who probably isn't Scott Mills and comedy cohort Mark "Chappers" Chapman.
DJ Hero offers a spread of tracks from the last 40 years spanning dance, electro, pop, rock, soul, R&B and funk genres. Post-release, more content is planned, and FreeStyle has some "very cool stuff new and old" to unleash.
DJ Hero arrives on 13th November for PS2, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360.
Check out our E3 DJ Hero preview to find out much more.