The Game sounds hungrier than ever on his new compilation LP, Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf.
Being sold as a “compilation album” The Game recruits only the best, for features on the Blood Moon. Artist within Game’s Blood Money Entertainment Camp, as well as outside labels include T.I., Yo Gotti, Soulja Boy, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, DUBB, Ty Dolla $ign, French Montana, Tyga, Eric Bellinger, Too Short, Freddie Gibbs, Young Jeezy, Kevin Gates and many more! Instrumentals collaborations include Boi-1da, Dre (of Cool & Dre), The MeKanics and others.
Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf has made its way onto Spotify for purchase-free listening. Be sure to check out Blood Moon and let us know what you think!
Bigger Than Me (Prod. By Mosley)
F You Ns (Prod. By Mathhew Burnett)
Really Feat. Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy & T.I. (Prod. By Mekanics)
Fuck Your Feelings (Prod. By Ocean and Nova)
On One Feat. King Marie & Ty Dolla Sign
Married To The Game Feat. French Montana, Dubb, Sam hook (Prod. By Boi-1da)
The Purge (Prod. By Cozmo)
Trouble On My Mind (Prod. By Pat O)
Cellphone Feat. Dubb (Prod. By Mekanics)
Or Nah Feat. Too Short, Problem & AV (Prod. By DJ Mustard)
Best Head Ever Feat. Tyga & Eric Bellinger (Prod. By League Of Starz)
Hit Em Hard Feat. Bobby Shmurda (Prod. By Amadeus)
Food For My Stomach Feat. Dubb & Skeme (Prod. By Duke Dinero)
Black On Black Feat. Young Jeezy and Kevin Gates (Prod. Mekanics)
Be Nobody Else (Prod. By Sap)
Mad Flows Feat. Skeme (Prod. By ReyReel)
I Just Wanna Be Feat. Stat Quo & Sap (Prod. By Sap)
Take That Feat. Tyga & Pharaoh
Bloody Moon (Outro) (Prod. By Nottz)
Time And Space Feat. Grae (Prod. By Grae)
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