Next month, Compton rapper The Game will release his Blood Money La Familia LP. That’s not all! The rapper’s Blood Money compilation album will also come together with a crew album called Year of the Wolf and it will be dropping September 30th. We’ve got the first cut from the album titled “What You Want.” Tyga and Pharaoh Jackson both do work on the Jereme Jay produced track. The Game himself doesn’t appear on the track, but it was released on his SoundCloud and will appear on the compilation that he’s launching. (more…)
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Looks like this is Jake&Papa‘s best video to date! follow the re-release of their Athena’s Erotica 2.0 EP, the guys give fans the video for, “Gun Charge,” featuring The Game’s newest signee, Skeme. Taking a slightly different approach then they usually do, they curate a mini-movie of a classic tale of “Men go to battle. Women wage war.” (more…)
In cohorts to Jezzy‘s upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography, which is dropping on September 2nd, fellow rappers make sure land a feature on the project! With the first track on the album, “Seen It All” receiving an appearance from Jay Z, much is to be expected as far as other upcoming features. Jeezy releases “Beautiful,” accompanied by The Game and Rick Ross, talking about their beautiful woman, cars, houses and all else that is included with living life beautifully. (more…)
The first single off The Game‘s Blood Money La Familia drops today, “Bigger Than Me.” The Game spits out cold bars on this lyrical track. The Game’s been doing this for a minute now and he still sounds just as hungry as when he started. (more…)
DJ Infamous drops the visuals to his banger, “Double Cup” featuring Jeezy, Ludacris, Juicy J, The Game and The Hitmaka. Looks like The Game couldn’t make it out to the set, but the video still does not disappoint. All the rappers are double cupped in a private airport, ready to go! (more…)
With the SXSW Music Festival less than a month away, DJ Whoo Kid, DJ Skee and DJ MLK drop drop their SXSW-inspired mixtape, SXEW Vol 1: The Grand Hustle. The mixtape includes features by Rick Ross, Hustle Gang (T.I., Young Dro, just to name a few), (more…)
Rick Ross and The Game team up with Roc Nation singer Elijah Blake for their new track, “Sing For Me.” The MIDI Mafia and Fayo & Chill-produced track samples Cam’ron‘s 2001 hit single, “Oh Boy.” Pretty dope!
After YG‘s, Drake-featured joint, “Who Do You Love” leaked yesterday, The Game was quick to drop a remix for the joint. He backs up YG and Drake on this joint and shouts-out all west coast artist. Is it too early to decide if this remix tops the original?
Problem performs “Like Whaaat,” brings out Tyga & Game to perform “Switch Lanes” & “Dope (187),” The Game & Bad Lucc to perform “Bang Bang,” T.I. to perform “What You Know” & “Top Back,” a lucky lady from the audience onstage then surprises her by bringing out Tank for an intimate performance of “Lay Your Head Back,” Too Short to perform “Burn Rubber” during The Separation Tour at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.
The Game is most recognized for being one of the West Coast’s biggest artists. He has created some of the best hood anthems, dominating both the streets and the radio. Recently, however, after agreeing to sign onto VH1 for his own reality TV show, “Marrying The Game,” he’s proven to be a loving family man as well. Arsenio Hall, being the great talk show host he is, asked some very interesting questions. To summarize, his daughter Cali steals the show, his grandma approves of tattoos, “The Robin Hood Project” is in full effect, the collab he and Drake just pulled off and his intentions on collaborating with 50 Cent. Find out what he has to say below!
Turn down for what? DJ Infamous drops “Double Cup” featuring Young Jeezy, Juicy J, Ludacris, The Game and Yung Berg. The K.E. On The Track-produced single is something to add to your pre-game playlist, for sure. Let us know what you think!
The Game takes it back to the 90s in his new video for his D’Angelo-sampled song “All That (Lady).” The video for the Jesus Piece track includes Big Sean and Jeremih. Fellow Cash Money rapper Lil’ Wayne has been on his European tour with Mac Miller and unavailable for filming. However, his verse is still included in the song with some dope substitute visuals in his place. Hit the jump to watch the video.