The single from what is announced to be this great artist’s final album – Born to Rap. According to Rap-Up, “he has recorded over 90 songs and is eyeing a summer release for Born to Rap, which follows 2016’s 1992”.
This was back in June and we have yet to see the album.
Video reminds me of Tupac’s and Dr Dre’s California Love and that’s cool. Enjoy it!
The second single from Game’s fourth studio album – The RED Album, released 2011.
This is the video from the soundrack album Block Wars, by rapper The Game‘s videogame with the same title.
“The Game released the cover art, which was designed by Darryl “Joe Cool” Daniel (best known for Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle cover), in August, with the illustration featuring the OJ Simpson car chase in the top left corner, the Rodney King beating in the top right and The Game himself at the bottom, being pulled in both directions by the Crips and the Bloods.”
Source: <XXL MAGAZINE
The Flag/Da Homies is a track straight off The Game‘s newest album – The Documentary 2.5.
Check out the making of hip hop artist The Game’ latest CD – The Documentary 2 in this movie/documentary.
I was one of those that bought The Documentary 2 but as some of you might know, hip hoper The Game have chosen to part the album in two parts – TD 2 & TD 2,5. The Documentary 2.5 was released last Friday and I yet haven’t got a chance to listen to it.
The first part sold well with over 100K (including streams) in the US and now I’ve started streaming the second part on Spotify, untill I get the money to buy it, of course. Anyway: below you can stream it, if you have Spotify installed. If you don’t, make sure you install it cuz it’s worth it.
I have listened to the intro and the artist tells his version of what happened to the breakup that shocked the world of hip hop 10 years ago – that inbetween him and 50 Cent. It’s raw, powerfull and emotional. Make sure you check it out!
Enjoy and don’t forget to buy the CDs!