2 Chainz’s right hand man and Chi-town native Cap. 1, taps Young Jeezy and Game for his new record “Gang Bang.”
It took him about 24 hours but Game officially flipped out over allegations that he was once a stripper. As Hip-Hop Wired reported yesterday, the Compton native’s stepfather appears in a new documentary where he details Game’s days as a stripper.
The Game might want to hold an emergency conference call with his stepfather because he just outted the West Coast rapper as an ex-stripper. Hodari Sababu appears in the documentary Hood Life: A Hip Hop Guided Tour of Compton tour, which includes a story of his stepson’s (alleged) stripping past.
In news that should surprise absolutely nobody, Game says he has no dream collaborations.
A few weeks back, Shyne dropped a diss record aimed at Game called “Bury Judas.”
The Game’s fifth studio album, Jesus Piece, took the No. 6 spot on Billboard’s Top 200 album charts, selling 86,000 copies in a week. The Compton rapper was defeated by Taylor Swift who maintained her No. 1 spot with her Red album moving an additional 208,000 copies. The release went double platinum in a month.
With Jesus Piece freshly on shelves, The Game let’s the world (at least those with Internet service) feast their ears on the album’s Best Buy bonus track, “Blood of Christ.” The Compton MC is noticeably aggressive here, coming out the gate with a chorus that proclaims “Compton’s my city. That muh’f**ka ain’t never pretty. Gave Pac life, […]
The Game drops the last song of his Sunday Service series, and it’s easily one of its best. The tune is called “Murder” and it features the assistance Scarface and Kendrick Lamar.
The title track to Game’s fifth studio album, Jesus Piece, is here for your listening pleasure.
When Game’s first single for Jesus Piece came out, the Bone Thugz-N-Harmony-sampled “Celebration” could only have one suitable artist on the remix.
Based on his beef record alone, there’s no way that Shyne was going to let Game diss him without really clapping back. Yesterday, we reported that the Belizean rapper had nothing but good words for his onetime comrade, but given the fan comments he was retweeting, a rap rebuttal was immanent.
A day late but not a dollar (or singles in this case) short, Game continues the #SundayService series with this new video “I Remember.”