Street Fighter (soundtrack)

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Street Fighter
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released December 6, 1994
Recorded 1994
Genre Hip hop
Label Priority
Producer 88 X Unit, King Tech, Chris Large, Mr. Freaknasty, The Pharcyde, Paris, CMT, E-A-Ski, Joe Quixx, Easy Mo Bee, Chuck D, D'Mag, Lay Law,
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Street Fighter is the soundtrack to the 1994 action film, Street Fighter. It was released on December 6, 1994 by Priority Records and was almost entirely hip hop, featuring top tier artists from the genre. The soundtrack found some success on the Billboard charts, peaking at #135 on the Billboard 200 and #34 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and featured one charting single "Something Kinda Funky" by Rally Ral, which made it to #39 on the Hot Rap Singles. "Straight to My feet" was the only single to see a release in the United Kingdom, where it charted #57, despite the soundtrack being only available in that country via a purchase of the VHS tape at branches of Tesco for a limited period.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Street Fighter" (Ice Cube) The 88x Unit 4:59
2. "Come Widdit" (Ahmad, Ras Kass & Saafir) King Tech 4:50
3. "One On One" (Nas) Chris Large, Mr. Freaknasty 3:30
4. "Street Soldier" (Paris) Paris 4:26
5. "Something Kinda Funky" (Rally Ral) CMT, E-A-Ski 4:12
6. "It's a Street Fight" (The B.U.M.S) Joe Quixx 3:49
7. "Pandemonium" (The Pharcyde) The Pharcyde, Anthony D. Walker (add.), Kywani Robinson (add.) 4:19
8. "Do You Have What It Takes?" (Craig Mack) Joe Quixx 4:35
9. "Straight to My Feet" (MC Hammer & Deion Sanders) MC Hammer 4:36
10. "Rap Commando" (Anotha Level) D-Maq, Laylaw 4:00
11. "Worth Fighting for" (Angelique Kidjo) Graeme Revell, Jean Hebrail 4:36
12. "Something There" (Chage and Aska) Chage and Aska, Go Yamazato 3:14