Game Hits the Studio with Drake

Cool & Dre, Game, Queen Latifah, and Drake

Game’s R.E.D. Album already boasts collaborations with Justin Timberlake, Pharrell, Nelly Furtado, and Robin Thicke, but he’s not done yet. Last Wednesday (June 23), Game was in the lab with Drake recording a track titled “Good Girl, Bad Girl” with producers Cool & Dre at Encore Studios in Burbank, Calif. Queen Latifah also stopped by to hear what they came up with. Cool & Dre have three songs on R.E.D., due August 24.

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19 Comments

  1. TheFashionistaChic

    YO What is really happening to my Hip Hop? Hip Hop music is so watered down. Everything now is like cookie cutter. Meaning Drake sounds like Lil Wayne and Nicki is a total carbon copy of Lil Kim. One of the MAGNIFICIENT things about this thing I called hip hop was originality creativity. Trust I understand this thing I love called Hip Hop has economically empowered those who wouldn’t otherwise have a chance of economic empowerment. But why don’t we Acknowledge this thing called integrity. Is it because WE ARE BLACK PEOPLE we are to low or less than so INTEGRITY IS NOT EXPECTED. Somebody PLEASE TELL ME.

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  2. ANTHO

    dope. cant wait to hear the track

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  3. Jaelani

    Queen is the best there is. Drake and Game are cool so hopefully, “Good Girl, Bad Girl” will be fresh.

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  4. kanyeezy

    heyThefashionistachic. get off your soap box. hip hop is in recovery mode. when nas made that track hip hop is dead, he was right, however new faces such as wale, b.o.b, drake and kid cudi are the faces of hope, and legends like em, kanye, ti and jay are still going strong.

    also drake and weezy might sound similar but they use two way different ways of presenting themselves? proof? listen to thank me later.

    and every female rapper will always sound the same.

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  5. x

    i hope this shit go hard because these my nigga

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  6. TeamMinaj

    Nicki Minaj sounds nothing like LIl Kim what are you smoking? I ahte when people wanna talk about artists of the past get over that shit.

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  7. ...

    female rappers don’t all sound the same, so that just shows how much you actually listen to them. if you can say that a queen latifah record sounds like an eve record sounds like a jacki-o record, then you’re dumb. flat out.

    wale, kid cudi, bob, etc. may be good for the integrity of the game but they’re not what sells. they’re not what MTV/VH1 play. bob has found a place on radio, but who knows how long that’ll last? watered down music for the masses sells and big names sell these days in hip hop. that’s about it.

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  8. TheFashionistaChic

    @KANYEEZY Brother, I definitely appreciate your enthusiasm and optimisms. All of whom you’ve mentioned are definitely legends in my book. Although, “Hip-Hop” aint never died my man. Hip Hop lives inside me, and many more alike. The problem is you only named a few. Do you have any idea how many more talented brothers and sisters who are out there trying to make their name. The problem is only a few like Diddy, Swizz and Jay dictate what we hear BROTHER MAN! I demand more; see I was reared in a era where accepting less wasn’t an option. How you think brothers like Diddy Uncle Russ and Jay Z made it in this game? (ARE KANYE FOR THAT FACT) shrug Check out Kim when she comes out on Jay ‘s label. Not only is she a Hip-Hop GENIUS she has a HELLAFIED WORK ETHIC but see those are the things they won’t publicize about my beloved HIPHOP.
    GET PASSIONATE, THAT IS THE ONLY WAY TO LIVE

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  9. TheFashionistaChic

    @TEAMMINAJ LOL LOL LOL she’s coming….

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  10. TheFashionistaChic

    Matter a fact @TEAMMINAJ get paid mami. I am NO hater who am I to stand in front of a sister and her money. Not I

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  11. Pinoy

    I’m not feeling Drake like the rest is but I expect to hear some classic shit cause Game is on it.

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  12. [email protected]

    Hip Hop is selling out… Since Pop is where the money is expect everyone to jump on the band wagon.. If you dont like it then maybe you should support your artist when they release music.. That means ” BUY IT”

    More than 50% is purchased by an Non Urban audience. The only beef I have with Drake & Nicki Minilli is that they call themselves Hip Artist when they are Pop! I never hear Drake or Nicki on Urban Station just Pop station.. Sorry people in the hood aren’t feeling you.. However who am I to judge… At the end of the day its about $$$

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  13. TheFashionistaChic

    Yo I’m down with you @Shaytan. Its consumerism. These are my sentiments exactly. Don’t call it Hip Hop, then everything will be everything.

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  14. zxcvbean

    like Lil Wayne and Nicki is a total carbon copy of Lil Kim. One of the MAGNIFICIENT things about this thing I called hip hop was originality creativity. Trust I understand this thing I love called Hip Hop has economically empowered those who wouldn’t otherwise have a chance of economic empowerment

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  15. HHH7387

    @ Kanyeezy, all those rappers u listed, except for my boy Wale, are singers more than they are rappers. I like B.O.B. (can’t say the same for Drake or Cudi), but a full recovery for Hip Hop has to come from a return of MC rhyming, not singing and pop flavor. Until then, the real ish is gonna stay underground, and the mainstream scene will remain flooded in watered down Hip Hop.

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  16. Tayko

    I hope dis aint his last album!
    Game makin history n gonna bring hip-hop back!
    BWS 4LIFE!!!

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  17. ogolo wellington

    Enough of name droping 4rom game.man 2 mixtapes 4 1 album.still douthfull of game collab with pharell.

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  18. sigie

    i like the sound of this. shhhht, new school + old should be fresh! these rappers will kill

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  19. Steffi

    These pieces really set a sntaadrd in the industry.

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