In a recent interview with Billboard, The Game revealed that his next mixtape will be called California Republic, and may be ready before the end of March. He also names his next LP, which will probably drop within the next three years. “My album’s always got to have some level of a concept. So that’s [cont.]
A trimmed down Nore shows off his new diet regiment, most likely after watching Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. He also previews his next single “Lehhhgooo”, featuring Busta, Game, and Waka Flocka.
Wake your punk ass up! Obie and Game cover CMW’s long lost classic…..Life ain’t nothing but WOMEN and money (clean version). Obie’s Bottoms Up hits February 28th, but neither will be included on the LP.
From Game’s The Red Album, in stores now.
Game speaks on Dr. Dre’s Detox, beefs with 50 Cent and Big Sean, and more.
….Soundtrack To Chaos. No features.
Days before Game’s “Red” Album took over iTunes, VladTV found out what took the album so long to come out.
Exclusive in-depth interview with Game. In part 1 Game talks to Nick Huff Barili about the first time Game met his childhood idol Eazy-E, which ironically was on the set of Real Compton City G’s which was a diss to Dr Dre, whom he latter signed to. Game also responds to Pharrell’s statement calling him [cont.]
If you listened to songs like “Good Girls Go Bad” (featuring Drake) and “Ricky” off The R.E.D. Album, you might have thought Game was back. That maybe he’d regained some of the form he displayed on the quasi-classic The Documentary. But aside from those two hard-driving, dramatic tracks with Game delivering provocative lyrics and sounding [cont.]
Game tells Fuse that he has nothing but love for his friend/enemy/friend 50 Cent. In clip 2, he shows off his talent for car jacking.
Game spits over The Throne’s “N***as In Paris” for the L.A. Leakers crew.
The Game speaks with the homie Bootleg Kev, asking him why he’s never had any of the Black Wall Street members on his album. Speaking of which, DJ Pizzo will be making a guest appearance on Kev’s show tonight at midnight. Catch the recap on Soundcloud tomorrow.
Game gives a track-by-track analysis to Billboard, of his new LP, The R.E.D. Album, which hit stores today. HHS review coming soon….
Game talks about the twitter incident in which a tweet was sent from his account that caused phone lines to get jammed at the LA Sheriff’s office. His claim is that it was actually a friend who sent it out and apologized.
Game – “Hood Morning (No Typo): Candy Coronas (No DJ)”
August 23rd for Game’s long-awaited LP. Some Dre beats, word. Not a bad guest list…. 1. Intro 2. The City (ft Kendrick Lamar) [Prod By Cool & Dre] 3. Interlude/Basic Bitch [Prod By Dirk Pate] 4. Drug Test/80 Cal (ft Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg & Sly) [Prod By DJ Khalil] 5. Martians Vs Goblin (ft [cont.]
Game’s precursor to The R.E.D. Album, including collaborations with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Redman, Lil Wayne, Baby, B.o.B., Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, Yelawolf, and more. 01. The Game – Hoodmorning [Produced by Mars] 02. The Game – Drug Test (Feat. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg) [Produced by DJ Khalil] 03. The Game – Can You [cont.]
One from August 23rd’s The R.E.D. Album. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Game – “Drug Test” (feat. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg)
Looks like Game will drop one last mixtape before The R.E.D. Album. Hood Morning (No Typo): Candy Coronas hits August 1st.
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