This ain't so bad, but damn I miss the style of Documentary and Doctor's Advocate. I want the Game from The Documentary back...his style back then was way better. Check out the video and tell me what you think. FreeOnSmash writes, "Since its premiere last month from producer DJ Skee, Los Angeles rapper The Game has officially dated his long-awaited sequel for The Documentary to drop this summer. Serving as the first single for the project, Chuck Taylor called up Detroit rapper DeJ Loaf to channel their love for Makaveli’s critically-acclaimed classic All Eyez On Me, with “Ambitionz of a Rida.” Also using influences from his “Me and My Girlfriend” classic, the Bompton rapper invites DeJ out to the West for the heist of her lifetime, but whether or not she’s ready to prove she can be his ’15 Bonnie remains to be seen. After you watch the visual above, look for The Documentary 2 arriving this June 30th."
TMZ's Report: "The Game and T.I. were in a super-tense standoff with LAPD after a VIOLENT fight at an L.A. club early Wednesday morning. A group of guys -- who we're told are "mutual acquaintances" of both Game and T.I. -- were denied entrance at Supperclub. The guys began arguing furiously with security when one member of the posse threw a punch at a security guy. You hear the punch at the beginning of the fight video. Security for the club then descended on 2 members of the posse, beating them to a bloody pulp ... at one point kicking one of them in the face while he was down. LAPD cops were present during part of the fight ... as were off-duty officers who were working at the club. That's when an angry T.I. and Game stormed out of the club ... mistakenly believing COPS beat their guys up. They got into it big time with the LAPD and that's when the standoff begins."
This is what the world has been waiting for!! Drake Vs Kendrick Lamar Battle Rap On KOTD's Battle League. This is so hilarious yet realisitic as f*ck! You'll see other characters in the background such as Nicki Minaj, Birdman, Bow Wow, and Khaled on Drake's side. And in King Kendrick's corner, you'll notice ASAP Rocky, The Game, Tyler The Creator, and even J. Cole standing behind the announcer. This is an excellent presentation with the animated Drake sounding better than the real Drake. The verses Kendrick drops sound like exactly like lyrics he would say. This video makes you hunger for a REAL BATTLE now. Watch...
‘Ali Bomaye' is by far the hardest track off of THE GAME's "Jesus Piece" album. The Game is known for releasing some of the best gangster rap songs in hip hop. ‘Ali Bomaye’ is no different. I think the video could have been more reflective on how hard the song actually goes. I was expecting those grimey hardcore Compton visuals we're used to seeing from West Coast artists, just on an elevated level. Truth be told, The Game should have dropped this song solo. The neon colors and cameos by 'pop' artists in the video caught me off guard. A lot of the hip hop experts are claiming ‘Jesus Piece’ to be an underrated album. I believe one reason for this is the numerous features from other artists The Game has on multiple records. He is one of those few rappers that don’t ‘need assistance’ to produce a dope album. If he would have removed some of the people featured on his cuts, ‘Jesus Piece’ would be far from underrated. Nevertheless, you can’t take anything from ‘Ali Bomaye’. Especially The Game’s versus. This is another classic record that will go down in Hip Hop history. The Game was in a zone.
Lend your ears to this list of epic hip hop instrumentals, which is in no particular order. Of course, there are way too many to name in one post, as the genre of hip hop music is filled with numerous legends. Featured in this list are Nas, MF Doom, Biggie, Common, J Dilla, 9th Wonder, just to name a few. So I guess I will make this part of a series. The next list will more than likely include tracks from Madlib, Khrysis, and Preemo,
The Game's, "Celebration" pays tribute to the late great Easy E by featuring Easy E's and one of Hip Hop's favorite groups of all time, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony! 'Celebration', a remix of Bone's 'First of the Month', is the first single off of Game’s 'Jesus Piece' album which features cameos from Kanye West, Rick Ross, Lil’ Wayne, Common, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, and more. The already controversial album is set to be release December 11th.