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Sep
3
Tracklisting: The Game – ‘Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf’

The Game

Two years after the release of his last album Jesus Piece, The Game will release his first independent project Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf via Fifth Amendment Entertainment/eOne Music. Due October 14, the 20-track compilation includes the singles “Bigger Than Me” and “Or Nah” featuring Too $hort, Problem, AV, and Eric Bellinger.

The star-studded guest list also boasts appearances from 2 Chainz, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Soulja Boy, T.I., Ty Dolla $ign, French Montana, Tyga, and Bobby Shmurda.

Production on the album comes courtesy of Boi-1da, DJ Mustard, Jordan Mosley, SAP, Nottz, Amadeus, League of Starz, The Mekanics, and more.

“I can promise my fans this #BloodMoney album will be better than anything else dropping this year,” said Game, who has called upon his fans to design the cover art.

See the tracklisting below.

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Sep
3
New Music: The Game – ‘Tuesday (Remix)’

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Over the weekend, ILoveMakonnen announced his signing to OVO Sound and now The Game drops a remix to the Atlanta singer’s Drake-assisted single “Tuesday” (on a Wednesday). The Compton rapper has Supperclub goin’ up on a Tuesday, complete with Xanax, D’USSÉ, and some Boosie.

His Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf compilation has been pushed to October 14, while the The Documentary 2 is set for a January 18 release.

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Aug
28
The Game Reveals ‘The Documentary 2’ Release Date

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Ten years after the release of his breakout debut The Documentary, The Game is gearing up for the sequel.

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Aug
27
New Music: The Game f/ Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, & TGT – ‘Don’t Shoot’

Don't Shoot

The Game stands up to intolerance and racism on the Ferguson anthem “Don’t Shoot,” dedicated to the memory of Mike Brown. The Compton MC brings together the hip-hop community including Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh, and TGT.

The protest song includes powerful verses and a call to action: “Time to take a stand and save our future like we all got shot.”

Game explained how the collaboration came together. “I managed to get everyone on fairly easy, simply because we have hearts,” he said. “We care and are inclined to take a positive approach to resolving an issue that has existed since the beginning of mankind and that’s racism and hatred towards one another as human beings.”

The song is now available on iTunes, with all proceeds benefitting the Justice for Mike Brown charity.

Listen to them join together for justice.

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Aug
13
New Music: Jeezy f/ Rick Ross & The Game – ‘Beautiful’

'Beautiful'

Jeezy reteams with Rick Ross and The Game on “Beautiful,” a track off his upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography. The fellas toast to the finer things in life including women and cars on the opulent Black Metaphor production.

“If I die, remember me like Don Killuminati / Bury me on the left next to John Gotti,” raps Jeezy.

Due September 2, the album also features appearances from Jay Z, T.I., YG, Lil Boosie, and Future.

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Jul
25
The Game, Chris Brown, and Tyga Bowl for Charity

Chris Brown, The Game, and Tyga

The Game is giving back. The Compton rapper hosted a celebrity bowling game on Thursday, with all proceeds going towards his charity, The Robin Hood Project. He took over the lanes at Canoga Park Bowl for a friendly game against Diddy’s stepson Quincy.

Chris Brown, Tyga, and Kendall and Kylie Jenner came out to show their support, while Game’s teammates sported Blood Money T-shirts.

“The support was too real…. @bloodmoneylafamilia #charitybowling event was a success !!!” tweeted Game, whose album Blood Money La Familia is due September 16.

Last weekend, Chris hosted his own charity kickball game with Quincy, which was attended by the Jenner sisters, Christina Milian, Paris Hilton, and Jamie Foxx.

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Jul
20
Chris Brown Hosts Celebrity Kickball Game

Chris Brown, Kendall, and Kylie Jenner

Breezy brought out the stars at his Celebrity Kickball Game at the Glendale Sports Complex on Saturday. The “Loyal” singer faced off against Diddy’s stepson Quincy, but it was all for a good cause. Proceeds benefitted Chris’ Symphonic Love charity.

Decked out in his Black Pyramid gear, Chris hit the field with an all-star team including Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Christina Milian, Paris Hilton, Omarion, DJ Khaled, and Jamie Foxx.

Quincy rounded up his own celebrity squad of kickers, which consisted of The Game, Amber Rose, Keke Palmer, and Ne-Yo.

But it was Breezy’s team who claimed victory. “Chris’ team soooo cheated!!! ( I’m just mad cuz we lost) anyway it was for a good cause and we had a blast!” said Amber Rose.

At the end of the game, Chris thrilled the crowd by performing “Loyal” and thanked Team Breezy for their support.

“We want to thank everybody for coming out here. We love ya’ll so much,” he said.

Quincy added, “Even though we took a loss, it’s all love. It’s my brother for life.”

See more pics of all the stars kickin’ it for charity.

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