Def Jam Rapstar is poised to be the year's biggest new hip-hop video game, and its team has added more songs to the game's roster, including tracks by Busta Rhymes, DMX and Lil Jon.

Rapstar has received a large amount of pre-release attention due to its seamless connection with social networking sites. Gamers can rap, sing and mix their favorite hip-hop tracks, record the performance with on the game's video mode and easily upload their results to the Rapstar community site. There, other fans can vote on their favorite performances and freestyles.

The new tracks, bringing the total to more than 40, include the Timbaland-produced Busta Rhymes track 'Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See,' as well as DMX's club banger 'Ruff Ryder's Anthem' and Lil Jon's crunk manifesto 'Get Low.' Developers also announced that Bangledesh will be providing exclusive instrumental beats for Rapstar's Freestyle Mode, letting aspiring rappers record and share their best freestyles.

Check out our other coverage of Def Jam Rapstar here and here. Available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii, the interactive game hits stores on Nov. 5.