With an hour to go on Sunday, Game comes through with the third release in his “Sunday Service” series. Mr. Jesus Piece hits the strip club with a stack of money in the raunchy video for his new song “I Remember” featuring Future and Young Jeezy. You’ll need to go straight to church after watching this.
Game keeps giving. The West Coast spitter drops “Cough Up a Lung,” the first in his new year-long series “The Offering.” In the black-and-white video, Game is seen freestyling in New York City as snow falls to the ground. He takes shots at Shyne for dissing fellow Compton native Kendrick Lamar.
“Now that I’ve got everybody’s attention, let’s address this bitch ass ni**a going at Kendrick/ Say the album’s trash, ni**a you full of gas/ Poke holes in you, let you fill up a New York cab/ Ni**a in Belize all into his feelings ’cause he did 10 years for shooting at the ceiling/ Then he gave you a mill, little ni**a shoulda chilled/ Cute curly sideburns talkin’ about he real,” raps Game over his own “Holy Water” beat.
He will release something new for his “Sunday Service” series tomorrow and on Tuesdays as part of his new “Bible Study” series. And oh yeah, his fifth album Jesus Piece drops December 11.
The Game has changed. Compton’s gangsta rapper shows a softer side in “Marrying the Game,” his new reality series for VH1. The show follows the unlikely love story of Jayceon Taylor aka “The Game” and his straight-laced school teacher fiancée Tiffney Cambridge as they prepare to exchange vows, with appearances from their two children, King Justice and Cali Dream. Check out the super-trailer before the premiere on November 19 at 9:30 p.m. EST.
Only a day after premiering the song, Game drops a video for “Holy Water,” which he released as the second installment in his “Sunday Service” series.
The West Coast kingpin balances religion with his rockstar life, showing off his Jesus pieces, Louboutin sneakers, and Rolls-Royce in the black-and-white clip. There are some scandalous scenes too as a woman spills Patron down another woman’s ass cheeks in the shower and Game poses in front of a cross. A shirtless Rick Ross makes a cameo and Pastor Mase leaves him messages.
In addition to “Sunday Service,” Game is planning to start a new series every Tuesday called “Bible Study.”
Game sprinkles “Holy Water” on the second release in his “Sunday Service” series leading up to his fifth album Jesus Piece on December 11. Although it fits the album’s religious concept, the song will not appear on the final tracklisting.
“Even my shoes are Christians, I’m walking on holy water/ She came out them True Religion jeans and fell straight to her knees like she was dipped in holy water,” raps the Compton messiah over the haunting beat, produced by Sap.
Just last Sunday, Game premiered the remix to his single “Celebration” with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
In addition to Kanye West, Trey Songz, Chris Brown, and Wiz Khalifa, executive producers Cool & Dre have confirmed that J. Cole will also appear on the album.
Hip-hop has its ear tuned to the West Coast once again with the release of Kendrick Lamar’s debut good kid, m.A.A.d city. While he’s been championed by everyone from Drake to Lady Gaga, few know him better than Game. His fellow Compton native shared his happiness for the “Swimming Pools” rapper, who he took on tour early in his career.
“It’s really dope to see hard work pay off, somebody that I helped shape and mold,” Game told Rap-Up TV. “I remember when I told K-Dot that K-Dot just wasn’t going to work and he should just change his name to Kendrick, and he did that, and next thing you know it’s Aftermath and people are checking and bitches are like, ‘Kendrick, Kendrick.’”
He compared him to one of hip-hop’s most respected MCs. “Kendrick is like our West Coast Nas, so to speak—lyrically amazing,” he said, while warning other rappers not to mess with him. “I hope no one ever beefs or tries to attack him lyrically. You will definitely lose. His mind is crazy.”
Kendrick reminds him of someone else from Compton. “His career is real reminiscent of my early start, minus the bandana. Kendrick is neutral in this. That’s our West Coast Nas and everyone should support that.”
The two, who previously collaborated on “The City” off The R.E.D. Album, have recorded a new song for Game’s album Jesus Piece, due December 11.
Game sampled Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “1st of tha Month” on his star-studded single “Celebration” featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Tyga, and Wiz Khalifa. Now he calls on the Cleveland hip-hop group for the official remix produced by Sap. The song is the first in his “Sunday Service” series, leading up to the release of his fifth album Jesus Piece on December 11. Roll it up and crank it up.
Game’s upcoming album Jesus Piece is already full of collaborations and he’s looking to add one more. The Compton rapper has reached out to Nicki Minaj about laying down a verse for one of the records, which also features Trey Songz. “We got in touch and she said she’ll kill it, but she’s doing major work, making major money,” he told Rap-Up TV.
The concept goes hand-in-hand with the album’s religious theme. “It’s basically about walking out of the back door of church and falling into the front door of a strip club,” he explained. “I want to get the word and I want my belief to be in God, but at the same time, I want to see that ass clap.”
The outspoken MC also weighed in on the Nicki vs. Mariah Carey “American Idol” feud, taking a diplomatic stance. “I think one day when Nicki’s career is said and done, she’ll be legendary,” said Game. “I think that Mariah Carey is bigger than life. I think she’s like female Elvis at this point. Two amazing women should be able to get along and I’d love to see that happen sooner than later.”
Jesus Piece is slated for release on December 11 and Game recently unveiled the controversial cover art, which already has everyone talking.