The Game wants to know “What Your Life Like.”
After bombarding Meek Mill with disses, Chuck Taylor returns with an introspective track off his upcoming album 1992. Over a soulful instrumental, the Compton rapper reflects on his feud with 50 Cent, Dipset’s internal battle, and his background.
“What your life like?” he asks. “Mine’s ’bout getting money and bitches / ’64s and switches / Popping guns with my ni**as / What your life like? / Mine’s ’bout listening to Illmatic / In my grandmother’s attic tryin’ to spit above average / What your life like? / Mine’s ’bout shedding tears when Pac died.”
The song, which seems to have no direct connection to Beanie Sigel’s classic by the same name, is set to appear on 1992. So far, Game has already unleashed the Jason Derulo-assisted “Baby You” and “All Eyez” featuring Jeremih.
1992 is due Oct. 14. Listen to “What Your Life Like” below.