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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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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New Music: The Game f/ Too $hort, Problem, AV, & Eric Bellinger – ‘Or Nah’

Or Nah

Don’t fight the feeling. After taking the competition to task on “Bigger Than Me,” The Game talks to the ladies on “Or Nah” featuring a gang of West Coast artists including Too $hort, Problem, AV, and Eric Bellinger.

The Compton MC boasts about bagging ratchet chicks and thots on the freaky club record.

“You gon’ let me hit it or nah?” he asks, while Eric Bellinger promises, “Girl once you get it, you got it forever.”

On September 16, Game will release Blood Money La Familia, his first album since leaving Interscope Records in 2012.

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Nicki Minaj Talks ‘The Pink Print,’ Praises Lil Wayne and The Game

Nicki MInaj

Nicki Minaj checked in with her British Barbz in an interview with DJ Semtex on BBC Radio 1Xtra. During the 18-minute conversation, the “Pills N Potions” rapper provided some insight into her upcoming third album The Pink Print.

“I’m super excited about the music that I have in store for people,” she said. “I have some stuff coming out in the next couple weeks that is gonna blow people’s minds and I’m just gearing up for this album. I took my time with the album and I’ve never felt better, to be honest.”

A confident Nicki also weighed in on some of her collaborators including Soulja Boy, Young Thug (“He’s not contrived. He’s just raw talent”), and her mentor Lil Wayne, who she’s currently in the studio with.

Plus, find out why The Game’s remix of “Chi-Raq” is her favorite.

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The Game Announces ‘The Documentary 2’


The Game is going back to where it all began. A decade after the release of his groundbreaking debut The Documentary, the Compton MC plans to drop a sequel.

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Video: The Game – ‘Bigger Than Me’

The Game

Ying ying ying. The Game goes in for the kill in the terrifying video for “Bigger Than Me,” directed by Matt Alonzo. Shot at a historic mansion in South L.A., the dark and gory clip has all the makings of a horror flick, complete with a voodoo witch, wolves, and plenty of blood.

Wielding a chainsaw, the lyrical assassin takes aim at the new wave of rappers and even leaves one victim lifeless on the bathroom floor. He sits in a throne surrounded by a pack of wolves while reflecting on his past in G-Unit and beef with 40 Glocc.

In another scene, the Compton MC stares at a wall of rap legends including Nas, Jay Z, Eminem, and Tupac, and holds up the Freshmen cover of XXL.

“Bigger Than Me” is the first single off Game’s compilation Blood Money La Familia, due September 16.

Watch the nightmare unfold.

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The Game Brings the Horror in ‘Bigger Than Me’ Video

The Game

The Game is out for blood. Earlier in the week, the Compton rapper dropped his scathing single “Bigger Than Me,” and now he’s readying the terrorizing video, with scenes straight out of a horror flick.

Directed by Matt Alonzo, the dark and gory clip was shot at a historic mansion in South Los Angeles and features creepy elements including a voodoo witch.

In the terrifying scenes, Game wields a chainsaw and sits in a throne surrounded by a pack of wolves. He also stares at a photo of Tupac, while blood drips from the walls.

Game takes aim at the new wave of rappers on the vicious track. “I came in with ‘Ye, Jeezy, and boss ass ni**as / Your freshmen cover a whole bunch of soft ass ni**as / Tampon lyricists evacuate the premises,” he spits.

The song is the first single off his compilation Blood Money La Familia, scheduled for release on September 16.

Go behind the scenes of his house of horror.

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