terrorise hip hop.” Since that moment The Game has been focussed on nothing other than hip hop in order to make his way out of the gang environment. Five months later he was signed on the strength of a mixtape track which fell into Dr. Dre’s hands.
But the story merely puts The Game in perspective. The real deal is the music, and the music is absolute fire. Producers include Dre, Eminem, Kanye West, Timbaland and Jus Blaze. Guests include Eminem, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Nate Dogg, G Unit’s Tony Yayo, Busta Rhymes and Faith Evans. Tracks already burning up the street are Westside Story feat. 50 Cent and the inspirational Higher.
The Game’s album will be released January 24th , with the first single How We Do feat. 50 Cent dropping in March.
In the U.K. the album has been repackaged to include The Documentary - an extremely hard, riveting short film about The Game, his music, his life in the troubled ganglands of Compton, an insight into his relationships with gang members on all sides, his home and family and the death of his close friend Billboard who was shot down during the making of the film.
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The Game will be supporting Snoop Dogg on his up-coming U.K. shows,
Live dates: (Supporting Snoop Dogg)
11th London Hammersmith Apollo
12th Nottingham Academy
13th Glasgow Academy
14th Manchester Apollo