Matt Kemp Chooses Two Hip-Hop Songs to Walk-Up To Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

Dodger Walk-Up Songs for 2012

With the homecoming game today, we will be hearing the new walk-up songs the players have picked out when they come up to bat. It looks like most of the Dodgers like hip-hop, but luckily we have one classic rock choice from Chad Billingsley. Remember when Juan Uribe‘s at-bat song was a Rihanna tune for a short time? And why does Ivan De Jesus have a song?

 

Matt Kemp “Spend It” – 2 Chainz

“I’m A Boss (Remix)” – Meek Mill

 

Dee Gordon “Shot Caller” – French Montana

“Let’s Roll” – Yelawolf

 

Andre Ethier “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” – Snoop Dogg

“Tres Delinquentes” – Delinquent Habits

“Check Yo’ Self (Remix)” – Ice Cube

 

James Loney “Wild Boy” – Machine Gun Kelly

 

Tony Gwynn Jr. “Function” – E 40

“Speakers On Blast” – The Game

 

Jerry Hairston “Top Down” – Swizz Beatz

“Get Up” – 50 Cent

 

Juan Uribe “Plomo Plomo” – El Negro 5 Estrellas

 

Justin Sellers “Ballin” – Young Jeezy/Lil Wayne

 

Ivan De Jesus “En El Cielo No Hay Hospital” – Juan Luis Guerra

“T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)” – will.i.am

 

Chad Billingsley “T.N.T” AC/DC

 

Clayton Kershaw “All The Right Moves” – OneRepublic

 

Javy Guerra “Insane In the Brain” – Cypress Hill

 

Todd Coffey “Unstoppable” – WWE

 

Kenley Jansen “I Wanna Rock (Remix)” – Snoop Dogg/Jay-Z

 

Aaron Harang “Can’t Stop” – Red Hot Chili Peppers

 

AJ Ellis “Jenny Was a Friend of Mine” – The Killers

 

Welcome home, boys.

Go Blue!

 

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