New Music: The Game – ‘Black Jesus’

Black Jesus

The Game unleashes the holy spirit on the fourth installment in his “Sunday Service” series. On the soulful “Black Jesus,” produced by Sap, the Compton MC anoints himself the “young black Jesus” and walks on water in his black Yeezys.

“Five albums, five masterpieces/ Can’t leave rap alone, The Game needs it,” raps Game, whose reality show “Marrying The Game” premieres tomorrow night on VH1.

Game’s fifth album Jesus Piece is due December 11 feauring appearances from Kanye West, J. Cole, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, Jamie Foxx, Chris Brown, and many more.

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32 Comments

  1. Hov

    this is dope – hov

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  2. Meh

    Last i checked,Jesus was Hispanic and there was no black person in the bible,they all got washed away by the floods and couldn’t make the ark.Nice track tho

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    joey Reply:

    @Meh, youre an idiot

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    Are you serious Reply:

    @Meh, Your joking right you do realize Hispanic isn’t a race but a ethnicity. I honestly don’t care what race Jesus but its clear he was of African descent (black)

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    Tammy Reply:

    @Are you serious, He was actually middle-eastern with an olive skin-tone; he was israeli. Not that it even matters but, yeah not black or white!!!

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    Are you serious Reply:

    @Tammy, Ok lets take your argument apart first the term “middle east” was made (coined) in 1957. So Jesus if you believe in him he could not have been “middle eastern” Next you say he is “Israeli” which if you were trying to argue Jewish well yes he was, however that doesn’t mean he had olive skin-tone although many Israeli citizens now have those characteristic Israel as we now it now was made in 1948.

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    Tammy Reply:

    @Are you serious, Doesn’t matter when the terms were coined. The fact it we know where he was born. Israel. We can look it modern day Israelis, and conclude that he is in fact olive toned. If you need more proof, then you should know that it is widely assumed that Jesus was Galilean Semite and they were olive-colored just like any other modern day middle-eastern. So again. Not white or black.

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    Are you serious Reply:

    @Tammy, First no you can’t look at modern populations as a reference for the past. A great example is Australia which current majority has European heritage unlike the aboriginal Australians who were once the majority before the arrival of the Europeans. Next if you examine the book of Revelation 1:14-15 it gives a description of Jesus read the passage for yourself

    XO till we overdose... Reply:

    @Are you serious, You guys are arguing over a man whose existence is solely based off of fictitious stories with no factual proof whatsoever. Time well spent on the internet.

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    uet Reply:

    @Meh, not only did jesus not exist, but no race survived in the ark fairytale.

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    Ok Reply:

    @uet, aaahhh somebody needs some hispanic,black, olive skined israeli Jesus to love them!!!!!

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    Drew Reply:

    @uet, You’re a fool.

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    Mooslimbs Reply:

    @Meh, that is by far the dumbest shit I have ever heard.

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  3. pete

    MEH UR AN IDIOT GET OUT OF THIS WEBSITE RACIST GO TO YOUR COUNTRY WHERE DRUGLOARDS ARE KILLING PEOPLE

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  4. Sarah

    Jesus was of African descent, doesn’t necessarily mean black, but his image changes depending on whatever supremacy we’re trying to promote. Radical feminist jesus, anyone? (That’s funny, because Jesus would have been a feminist by today’s standards).

    Before and during the Renaissance era in Europe, images of blackness and whiteness had more literary implications (white = pure, black = evil). This black reference is called “pitchy” black and “pitchy” white, as in a pigment unachievable by any skin tone without make up. In some cultures, like Japan, those images are reversed. (White is a color used for mourning instead of black).
    It eventually through time the literary implications became racist.
    It makes me sad to see hip hop culture promote one ideal and not all ideals of success. It doesn’t have to mean money, material things, or violence. Safety, personal and spiritual happiness should matter too. If there was an image that anyone should copy for their own identity, it should be the latter, otherwise our culture – white privilege culture – can turn around and say “see, you’re an animal. It’s in your blood.” It makes me sad how women are objectified in hip hop media versus how men are portrayed. Just look at the magazine covers if not the videos!

    I am a white woman doing my best to challenge white and male privilege, because we’re all humans and all deserve equality in every measure, especially when it comes with communicating our experiences.

    I like this song. It feels very uplifting, but I would really like to see the lyrics to be sure!

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    Tammy Reply:

    @Sarah, He was actually middle-eastern with an olive skin-tone; he was israeli. It’s written clearly in the bible. Not that it even matters but, yeah not black or white!!!

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  5. God

    There is no such thing as Jesus he is a made up story.

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    Ok Reply:

    @God, look at the world today and tell me there’s no Evil And for there to have evil you have to have good the question is where did did it come from? Who’s to determine what’s good and what’s evil ? It had to start from some where I find the the bible is the only thing that realy explains thoses things whether u belive in Jesus or not

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    uet Reply:

    @Ok, the muslims say the exact same thing you just said about their god. so does every other damn religion.

    you don’t need jesus or Christianity to know right from wrong. just because some people are bad doesnt prove the existence of jesus that’s human nature. you seem to forget that most of the wars and atrocities of human history were waged in the name of jesus. relgion and jesus have nothing to do with god and goodness.

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    Wayne Reply:

    @uet, “You don’t need Jesus or Christianity to know right for wrong.” LMFAO. Dude, shut the fuck up. What do you care what spiritual path people choose to follow? If you’re a non-believer, no need to cast aspersions on anyone else.

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    jojo Reply:

    @uet, John 3:16
    For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

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    uet Reply:

    @jojo, yes, every religion has their own myth of creation.

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    2bad2bme Reply:

    @uet, little do people know that’s were the devil comes in…everyone forgets that Satin is apart of this wicked system and he tries to make Jesus look bad. the Bible states satin tries to turn to an angel of light beings though people forget he is the cause of everything wrong with the world. a lot of the things people think that are good really is bad and that’s Satin making them think those things(gay marriage, gambling, alcohol abuse, pre-marrital sex…etc). crime is not the only way he causes folks.

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  6. killacam

    Actually, just to clarify some things to all those saying Jesus didn’t exist, there are actually historical confirmations of Jesus existing in Roman and Hebrew literature. The point that is up for discussion are the “miracles” he performed, as well as the way he was conceived because from the point of view of the Hebrews, Jesus was just a transgressor, who had different views and tried to deviate from the path of Judaism (he was born Jewish).
    As for his race, it is clearly documented he was born in Bethlehem which is still a city in existence today located in the West Bank in Israel. Therefore he was most likely a middle-eastern olive tone Caucasian similar to modern day Arabs and Israelis living in the Middle East. So he wasn’t African since the Middle East is in Asia, and he probably wasn’t black since at the time, all black people lived in Africa.

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    uet Reply:

    @killacam, lol there is no historical proof confirmation jesus existed…everything about his existence is derived from hearsay. If there was proof it would have been on every news outlet. just theories and conjecture, nothing more.

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  7. BASEDG

    sound too much like kanye west….get the fuck out of hiphop scene we dont need you bro

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    bigman Reply:

    @BASEDG, hes better dan kanye so shut da fuck up

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  8. bibi93

    Dooooooooope!!

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  9. Kobe

    This dude Game is the greatest rapper right now! Jesus Piece!

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  10. yes

    @tammy , u are right jesus was of an OLIVE COMPLEXETION BUT THERE ARE ONLY TWO TYPES OF OLIVES BLACK OR GREEN SO WHICH COLOR WAS HE?

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  11. Teddy

    It is not a proven fact that Jesus was olive-toned. This is because so=-called Israelis, and in fact most of the people in the Middle East, do not have a homogeneous complexion. Their complexion ranges from white to Black. In Israel today you have Ashkenazi Jews (White European looking) and Falasha Jews (Black African) which are both descendants of the Hebrews who lived in the times of Jesus.

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  12. Pour boomz RearzTues

    dope

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