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Bompton’s very own Jayceon Taylor had a very unique vision for the rollout of his new double album, The Documentary 2. The first disc was released last Friday, October 9, and is headed towards a No. 2 debut atop the Billboard 200 (not too shabby considering Selena Gomez made her grand return to music as well). For this week, it’s The Documentary 2.5‘s turn to bask on the red carpet and bask it does, thanks to guest appearances from Nas, Jay Rock, Schoolboy Q, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes and bubbling newcomer Anderson .Paak, among others.

The Documentary 2.5, however takes a more much introspective turn than its counterpart whose head peeked out the womb first. The album begins with an intro where Game finally goes into great detail regarding his fallout with G-Unit and explains why he does the things he does on cuts such as “Gang Related,” and who he’s living for on “Like Father, Like Son 2” and “Life.”

In a new and extensive interview with HipHopDX, Game went into great detail about every and any thing underneath is California son. He adressed the Stitches struggle, why Doctor’s Advocate is his best album [Editor’s Note: This is technically accurate; however the orginal Documentary wins thanks to its position in time], trying to be the best father figure he can be so forth.

Make some time to indulge in the videos below after you listen to his new album and read the full story over at HipHopDX.

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