The Game and Drake keep it too real on their new collaboration. It seems Drizzy taking shots, talking about his relationship with Cash Money, “Skimming off the budget.” Let us know what you think!
Watch an exclusive look behind the scenes on How The West Was Won. West coast legends like Snoop Dogg, The Game, DJ Quick, Ice Cube and many more performed at this event, all covered by our friends at Rapplug.
Girls, girls, girls. The Game is surrounded by booty in the scandalous video for his ratchet banger “Or Nah.” The Compton rapper hits the club with Too $hort, Eric Bellinger, Problem, King Marie, and Compton AV, and has the ladies stripping and swooning. While they vie for his attention, his baby mama bursts in wielding a gun, but that won’t stop the party.
The song will appear on his upcoming album Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf, which drops October 14 featuring 2 Chainz, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Soulja Boy, T.I., and more.
Last night, The Game and T.I. were involved in a standoff with LAPD after a violent fight in the parking lot of Supperclub.
“Mutual acquaintances” of both Game and T.I. were denied entrance they began arguing with security. One of people threw a punch at the man at the door. Security, took things in to their own hands and beat two of them men, even kicking one while he was subdued.
Both on-duty and off-duty LAPD cops were present during the fight
As word got out, T.I. and Game left the club and charged the cops asking who was responsible, hence, the standoff.
LEAD TO THIS.
No charges were filed from any parties involved.
From the grave, Nate Dogg’s (R.I.P.) words have never been truer. With DJ Mustard on the beat, Game, Nipsey, and Ty Dolla $ign speak on their reoccurring encounters. Hoes just want to have fun.
Elijah Blake features Rick Ross and Game for his new single “Sing For Me.”
After teasing last night on SKEE Live, Game’s highly anticipated new mixtape is now here! Look for features from Diddy, Lil Wayne, ScHoolboy Q, Chris Brown, Too Short, Problem, Ty Dolla $ign, Joe Moses and more with production by Cool & Dre, DJ Mustard and League of Starz to name a few.
This is supposed to be the first track off of the Game’s new mixtape Operation Kill Everything Here’s his version of Kendrick Lamar’s “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe.” #WESTCOAST #YOUNGCALIFORNIA