On one hand, you have to hand it to Game; even after being exiled from the Aftermath camp after a lengthy battle with 50 Cent, he has still managed to make new friends and keep his name in the, uh… game. With Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf, Game hopes to get his damn label [cont.]
Official label description: “Jae Murphy is planning to release his debut album, Howard To Hollywood, which entails his personal story about the transitional phase of chasing entertainment dreams after graduation despite the odds set against him. The musical content reflects how he endures the fast lifestyle in Hollywood to survive in a fun but cold [cont.]
Game’s homage to Too $hort’s “Don’t Fight The Feeling” gets a visual. Blood Money: Year Of The Wolf drops September 30th.
Game delivers a verse over I Love Makonnen and Drake’s viral hit, “Tuesday”.
The Game enlists a whole host of emcees for this track about the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by police.
Vegas’ own DJ Valid remixes Game’s classic “Wouldn’t Get Far” from The Doctor’s Advocate LP.
Game talks to DJ Skee about his new single “Bigger Than Me”, which takes some shots at the XXL Freshmen class, among others. He also clarifies that he is “not signed to shit”, and that his September 16th release, Blood Money, is more of a compilation album. He says he hopes to get The Documentary [cont.]
Pretty uneventful stand-off between the Game and T.I. versus the LAPD in Hollywood, as captured by TMZ. It does get intense for a minute, but what’s great is that T.I. and company know their rights, and once they start shouting “TMZ! TMZ!” the cops are quick to back down. In clip 2, you can see [cont.]
These dudes probably had boners while shooting this shit. Directed by Jeff Reyes.
Game and company spit some bars up at Tim Westwood in the UK.
From Clyde Carson’s Playboy, hitting March 5th.
Here’s a leftover from Game’s Jesus Piece recording sessions.
Late addition video from Game’s 2012 LP, Jesus Piece, which samples D’Angelo’s original “Lady”.
In this brief clip, Game joins Tyga on stage at the How The West Was Won concert, where his rumored signing to Ca$h Money – just days after his leaving Interscope announcement – is made official with the ceremonial chain induction.
The Game sits in for an exclusive interview with long-time friend DJ Skee to discuss his current relationship with Interscope Records. Their new mixtape, Operation Kill Everything is out now.
Second release from Skeme’s #BareWithMe mixtape releasing on 9/26/13.
Game hops on two of the biggest hood-hop songs of the moment, Migos’ “Versace” and Teeflii’s “This D”, as premiered by the LA Leakers. His upcoming mixtape, Operation Kill Everything, is coming soon.
Game and Jeezy help out Bay Area’s Clyde Carson on the remix to “Pour Up”.
Off that Jesus Piece. Look out for Game’s Operation Kill Everything mixtape, coming soon.
DJ Skee takes on remixing French Montana’s single, enlisting a bunch of better rappers to perform it.
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