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Mar
27
Video: The Game f/ Ty Dolla $ign & Nipsey Hussle – ‘Same Hoes’

The Game

These hoes ain’t loyal. The Game keeps running into the same chicks in the video for the DJ Mustard-produced “Same Hoes” off last year’s OKE mixtape.

The Compton MC kicks it with Cali’s own Ty Dolla $ign and Nipsey Hussle in the gritty clip, which features a slew of video vixens and some girl-on-girl action.

Unleash the freaky visuals below.

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Feb
10
New Music: Elijah Blake f/ Rick Ross & The Game – ‘Sing for Me’

Sing for Me

Elijah Blake channels Killa Cam on his new single “Sing for Me” featuring Rick Ross and The Game. The singer-songwriter, who’s written for Rihanna, Usher, and Keyshia Cole, samples Cam’ron’s 2002 hit “Oh Boy” on the seductive track, produced by MIDI Mafia and Fayo & Chill.

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Jan
29
R. Kelly Hits the Club with Trey Songz and The Game

Trey Songz and R. Kelly

The black panties were flying when R. Kelly took over Supperclub Hollywood on Tuesday night. The R&B veteran, who performed at Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala over the weekend, had the ladies going wild as he partied with Trey Songz, The Game, and Too $hort.

Kellz popped bottles of Moet in VIP and smoked the finest cigars, while Trey sipped Ace of Spades as his female fans clamored for his attention.

Trey is currently in the studio working on his new album. Last month, he dropped the club-ready single “Na Na” and has collaborated with Ty Dolla $ign.

See more pics from their Tuesday turn up.

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Jan
4
The Game’s Daughter Sings Beyoncé

Cali Dream

Miley Cyrus may not be coming for Queen Bey’s crown, but The Game’s daughter is ready to fill those shoes. The Compton rapper shared footage of three-year-old Cali singing along to Beyoncé on Instagram.

While en route to McDonald’s with her dad, the adorable Cali, who stars on Game’s VH1 show “Marrying The Game,” does her best rendition of “Drunk in Love.” She belts out the lyrics (“Surfboard, surfboard”) and even raps some of Jay Z’s verse.

“Well, that was a short nap & @littlemisscali must’ve had a dream she was Beyoncé because this is happening right now on our way to McDonald’s !!!!” tweeted Game.

During his appearance on “Arsenio” last month, a proud Game gushed about his daughter. “She is everything to me,” he said. “She means more to me than life itself. When I look into her eyes, that’s all I need to do to get me going. I’m motivated.”

We guarantee this is the cutest thing you’ll see all week.

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Dec
31
New Music: YG f/ Drake & The Game – ‘Who Do You Love (Remix)’

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The official song hasn’t even dropped yet, but The Game liberates his version of YG’s new single “Who Do You Love.” The Compton MC shouts out his YMCMB family including Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne as well as the late Tupac and Whitney Houston on the DJ Mustard-produced record.

“Rollin’ down Wilshire in the Wraith/ Shout to Biggie/ Got my 2 Chainz on/ Feelin’ like Tity,” raps Game, who just shot a video for his OKE mixtape cut “Same Hoes” featuring Nipsey Hussle and Ty Dolla $ign.

Over the holidays, Game gave back to his community as part of his Robin Hood Project, which aims to donate $1 million to people around the world.

Hear the Compton spitters unite on the West Coast banger.

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Dec
9
The Game Honors Nelson Mandela with Tattoo

The Game Tattoo

The Game is keeping the memory of Nelson Mandela alive. The Compton MC tatted a photo of the late South African president on his body. After a seven-hour session, he showed off the finished piece on Instagram.

“The finished ‘Nelson Mandela’ lookin out of the prison bars by @NikkoHurtado done on my side. 7 hour sitting…. Few more hours to tie in the tats around it & we solid,” he said.

Game praised Mandela, calling him “one of the greatest leaders of our time.”

The Mandela tat is the latest in a series that includes his three kids, Trayvon Martin, and President Obama.

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Dec
8
Tyler, the Creator, The Game Perform at VGX 2013

Tyler, the Creator and Earl Sweatshirt

Hip-hop and video games collided at Spike TV’s VGX 2013 (formerly known as Video Game Awards) in L.A. last night. Hosted by Joel McHale and Geoff Keighley, the three-hour show featured the music of “Grand Theft Auto V,” with performances from The Game, Freddie Gibbs, and Jay Rock.

Dressed in a black fur coat, Tyler, the Creator took the stage with Earl Sweatshirt and other members of his crew to perform “Garbage” off The Music of Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack. He removed his coat to reveal an oversized red blazer and went shirtless in the final moments of the performance.

“BOUT TO TROLL AND LOOK LIKE A DAMN FOOL ON THIS AWARD SHOW! I LOVE THIS SHIT AHHHHH!” tweeted Tyler.

Check out his set and the entire show below.

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