Master P just dropped this track from his THE G MIXTAPE. The track titled”Heaven For a G” has that classic Master P vibe, and The Game’s verse compliments it perfectly. The G Mixtape features 25 street tracks featuring impressive guest verses from Lil, Wayne, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, E-40, and Nipsey Hussle, Check out “Heaven For a G” below.
The Game’s forthcoming The Documentary 2, which was initially reported to be a standard release, is now being billed as double album — with nearly 40 tracks over the two disc set. The dates are set: October 9th and 16th. And for a preview, The Game teams with Skrillex for “El Chapo,” a track that plays on the at-large criminal mastermind, Joaquín Guzmán aka El Chapo. Listen to “El Chapo” after the jump.
Drake and The Game link up for “100,” a track which finds the two rappers addressing their haters, the lames and even fakes. The track is produced by Cardo and Johnny Juliano. Check out “100” after the jump.
The Game and Dej Loaf seem to be onto something here. “Ryda,” which was initially titled “Ambitionz of a Rida” was premiered last week by DJ Skee/DASH Radio. Now it’s back under the shortened title “Ryda” and in full CDQ. The track is set to appear on The Game’s forthcoming The Documentary 2. Listen after the jump.
The Game will be releasing the followup to his 2005 breakout album The Documentary later this year. For “Ambitionz of a Rida,” the album’s single features Detroit’s “Try Me” superstar Dej Loaf. The track was premiered by DJ Skee/DASH Radio earlier today, but you may stream it in full after the jump right now.
Los Angeles and Philadelphia collide on “The Soundtrack” as The Game and Meek Mill combine their collective powers on the track. Listen to The Game and Meek Mill’s “The Soundtrack” after the jump.
West Coast OG Kokane teams up with The Game for “Waiting on Detox”, a track that, as we’re sure you’ve guessed by now, is about waiting on rapper/producer Dr. Dre’s long-delayed Detox album. Both Kokane and The Game will probably find themselves waiting for quite some time as Dre’s album not only has no set release date but it apparently is no longer even being called Detox. Welp. Listen after the jump.
The Game’s highly-anticipated Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf is set to drop on Oct. 14th and the Compton rapper has already previewed four tracks in “F*ck Yo Feelings,” “Black On Black,” “Really”, and “Or Nah”. And judging by those four drops, it’s not only looking to be a feature heavy affair but also grim and aggressive, which is precisely The Game everyone wants and loves. And to reassure fans of the aforementioned Game, he drops “Hit Em Hard” featuring Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme. Check it out after the jump.
The Game is currently prepping Blood Money: Year of the Wolf, the follow-up to his 2012 album Jesus Piece. And he has just unleashed the latest single “Black on Black” featuring Jeezy and Kevin Gates. That’s the album’s art above. Listen to the track after the jump.
Kanye West’s sixth album is finally upon us. Both controversial and talented, Mr. West has once again stirred the pot by naming his 10-track work Yeezus, a play off of Jesus.
It’s no secret that he is also a religious man, and means no disrespect, but nonetheless, some people were deeply disturbed at the fact that he would call his current project such a thing. Read More