New Music: The Game – ‘OKE’ [Mixtape]


The Game launches Operation Kill Everything with his newest mixtape, hosted by DJ Skee. On the follow-up to 2012′s California Republic, the Compton MC calls on some of his famous friends including Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Diddy, ScHoolboy Q, Jeezy, Juicy J, Too $hort, Nipsey Hussle, and more.

The 19 tracks also include production from DJ Mustard, Cool & Dre, League of Starz, and Amadeus.

Drop down and get your copy of OKE below.

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Mixtape Cover: The Game – ‘OKE’


The Game is back in mixtape mode. On Tuesday night, the Compton rapper will release his mixtape OKE (Operation Kill Everything). He has revealed the cover art, which shows him sitting amongst a pile of destruction.

After starring on a second season of his VH1 reality show “Marrying The Game,” Game returns to the mic with his first mixtape since 2012′s California Republic.

On the evening of its release, he will also make an appearance on AXS TV’s “Skee Live.”

Game has been giving back as part of his Robin Hood Project and is working on the follow-up to last year’s Jesus Piece, due in 2014.

Nicki Minaj Parties with Keyshia Cole, The Game, & Tyga in Hollywood

Keyshia Cole and Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj mingled with her Barbz and some famous friends while hosting an evening at Supperclub in Hollywood on Tuesday. A blonde-haired Nicki stepped out in style wearing a patterned Alexander McQueen dress and red Giuseppe Zanotti heels.

She held court in VIP with The Game and her Young Money labelmate Tyga, who came out to show her love. A pink-haired Keyshia Cole arrived “mad late” to support her “I Ain’t Thru” collaborator.

Guest sipped her Myx Fusions moscato and danced to her records including Ciara’s “I’m Out” until the early AM. Upon leaving, she was greeted by fans and paparazzi, who waited outside to get a photo.

Nicki will host another event in Miami on Thursday. See pics from last night below.

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The Game Returns for Season 2 of ‘Marrying the Game’ [Trailer]

Marrying the Game

The Game is back for another season of his VH1 reality show “Marrying the Game.” At the end of the first season, his school teacher fiancĂ©e Tiffney Cambridge called off the wedding and moved out of Game’s house with their kids.

In the second season, which premieres August 5 at 9:30 p.m., they try to repair their relationship. While he’s a great father, they can’t stop fighting and Tiffney eventually gives back the ring. Will they be able to work it out? Watch the trailer below, including an appearance from Game’s adorable daughter Cali Dream.

The Compton MC has also changed the name of his label Rolex Records. “So after a 6 long month legal battle with Rolex watches over the name ‘Rolex Records’ we lost & had to fully change the name of the label & it’s logo away from the likeness of Rolex’s crown & stay away from any & everything resembling Rolex,” he said.

The label’s new name will be The Firm. “But today a new regime starts & I am officially the CEO of ‘The Firm’ & we are looking for elite artists to be a part of a new movement,” he said.

Prospective artists can upload their songs to SoundCloud and leave the link in the comments on his Instagram page.

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Diddy, Nelly, The Game, & Snoop Dogg Attend ESPY Awards

LeBron James and Diddy

Hip-hop all-stars mingled with sports MVPs at the 2013 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday. The Game, Snoop Dogg, and Nelly rubbed shoulders on the red carpet with athletes including Michael Phelps, Gabby Douglas, and Dwyane Wade.

Diddy brought his son Justin Combs and presented the Best Team award to LeBron James and the Miami Heat, while “SNL” comedian Jay Pharoah drew laughs with his impersonation of Jay-Z as a sports agent.

Game caught up with Reggie Bush backstage. “Two very distinguished gentlemen. Ladies…. you may cream now,” the Compton MC told his followers.

See more pics from the ESPYS below.

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New Music: The Game – ‘Versace’ + ‘This D’ Remixes

The Game

The Game prepares for his mixtape Operation Kill Everything by dropping two new tracks via L.A. Leakers. The Compton native declares himself the king of the Medusa head on his remix to Migos’ “Versace” and turns up on Teeflii’s Ratchet&B record “This D.”

Game recently shot a video for his Jesus Piece cut “All That (Lady)” featuring Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Fabolous, and Jeremih, and is deciding on a title for his upcoming album.

In the meantime, hear him flow over the familiar records.

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Rap-Up TV: On Set of The Game’s ‘All That (Lady)’ Video

During BET Awards week, The Game went in front of the lens to shoot a video for “All That (Lady),” the next single off his album Jesus Piece. Rap-Up TV was on the L.A. set of the D’Angelo-sampled song, which features Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Fabolous, and Jeremih. In between takes, the Compton rapper spoke about his upcoming mixtape, new album, and where he may sign next.

His DJ Skee-hosted mixtape, Operaton Kill Everything, was supposed to drop on the Fourth of July, but other things including his family and club venture took priority.

He has a title for his next album (due in early 2014), but he’s not ready to reveal it. “I’m about 85% on it,” he said of the follow-up to Jesus Piece. “I want to make sure conceptually that my mind is prepared to really take that ride and that I can give it to my fans and hip-hop correctly. I just want to sit on it for another few weeks.”

The free agent hasn’t signed a new record deal yet, but he has a meeting with Interscope executives in the next few weeks. “Right now, I’m in that Dwight Howard stage,” said Game, who plans to launch a “Jesus Piece” tour overseas in September.

And is a Cash Money deal still on the table? “I’m considering money,” said Game. “And I would like it to be cash.”