As of late, The Game has been making headlines for all kinds of reasons including saying Kanye did more for his career than Dr. Dre, to dropping a diss track aimed at his former label mate, Eminem.
It seems one of Hip-Hop’s most infamous beefs is back on. 50 Cent and The Game recently traded shots over the Super Bowl Halftime Show winning an Emmy Award.
Wack 100, the manager of The Game, called out Blacc Sam after the removal of a Nipsey Hussle verse from Game's Drillmatic LP.
It’s new music Friday and though artists like Megan Thee Stallion, Rod Wave and Corde dropped off new projects, The Game has been the talk of social media. Not only because of his own latest album, Drillmatic, but because of a lengthy diss song featured on his lengthy LP.
Ultimately though, do Hip-Hop fans even want this battle to take place? Would anyone really pay attention? Depends on how dope the diss records are and how creative (or disrespectful) The Game and Eminem can get.
You have to wonder how much of Game's next album Kanye West produced for The Game to make such a statement.
Hip-Hop stars/ gym heroes, Quavo, and The Game are now playable in NBA 2K22. Oh, and Ronnie 2K is available for use as well.
We too were lowkey surprised that the LA representative wasn't included in the show as his classic double-platinum debut album, The Documentary helped establish Dr. Dre's Aftermath Records as thee record label out in these streets this side of Roc-A-Fella.
The Game took to social media to blast his former label, Interscope, on Friday. After stating that the label was engaging in a “modern day slave trade”, his Twitter account was then restricted.
Okay, everyone, we can stop panicking. Hit-Boy and Ye, aka Kanye West, are no longer "beefing" with each other.
The track, which samples a Hip-Hop classic, finds Ye and Game trading bars, with the Chicago superstar getting candid about his marital woes and letting off a shot in the direction of Pete Davidson.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work Isaiah Rashad featuring Lil Uzi Vert, Soulja Boy featuring Skinnyfromthe9, and more.