Game

Nov
29
The Game Celebrates Masquerade Birthday with Khloe Kardashian, Kid Ink

The Game and India Love

The Game took over Hollywood while celebrating his 35th birthday on Friday night. The Compton rapper and Supreme Team L.A. transformed Supperclub into an Eyes Wide Shut-themed masquerade ball. The birthday boy was dapper in a red suit while stepping out with his rumored 18-year-old girlfriend India Love.

Guests including Kid Ink and Khloe Kardashian donned masks with their suits and glamorous gowns, while DJ Bad worked the turntables and Sincere Show MC’d the evening.

Game was presented with a red Ferrari cake and took the stage to thank all his family and friends for coming out.

“Ni**as like me wasn’t supposed to make it past a certain age, but 35 is big for me,” he told the crowd. “As far as my career, I never thought that I would ever be a rapper or ever get a deal. I don’t even know what to say… This shit is cool, man.”

See more pics from the masquerade birthday bash below.

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Oct
22
The Game, Jessie J Debut in Top 10

The Game and Jessie J

The Game and Jessie J both enter the top 10 this week with their new albums.

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Oct
16
Video: The Game f/ Problem, Bad Lucc, & Huddy – ‘T.H.O.T.’

The Game

Girls gone wild. With his album Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf in stores, Game pays homage to the “T.H.O.T.” in his latest video featuring Problem, Bad Lucc, and Huddy. The Compton spitter throws a pool party in the NSFW clip, which co-stars a slew of drunk and hot girls, who are down for just about anything.

The song does not appear on Blood Moon, which features collaborations with 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy, T.I., Lil Wayne, and Chris Brown. The album is expected to sell 27,000-30,000 copies in its first week.

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Oct
6
New Music: The Game f/ Lil Wayne & Chris Brown – ‘F**k Yo Feelings’

Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf

The Game makes no apologies on “F**k Yo Feelings,” his Blood Money collaboration with Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. The Compton spitter boasts about bagging “Nick Cannon’s h*s,” Breezy compares his p*nis to a chopper (“I load it, then cock it, and bust on yo face”), and Weezy lays down the Auto-Tuned hook.

Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf drops October 14 featuring Tyga, Bobby Shmurda, Ty Dolla $ign, T.I., 2 Chainz, and more.

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Sep
30
New Music: Game f/ Jeezy & Kevin Gates – ‘Black on Black’

Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf

The Game unites with Jeezy and Kevin Gates on The Mekanics-produced “Black on Black,” one of the many collaborations on his upcoming album Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf.

Jeezy dreams about getting Oprah money, while the Compton kingpin shows love to Aaliyah and his daughter. “Do anything for my Destiny’s Child / She a BeyoncĂ©, never be LeToya Luckett,” he raps.

Game’s daughter Cali, who appears on the cover art, can be heard at the end of the track over the sound of a howling wolf.

Blood Moon arrives October 14 via Fifth Amendment Entertainment/eOne Music.

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Sep
23
New Music: The Game f/ Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy, & T.I. – ‘Really’

'Really'

The Game unites with Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy, and T.I. for “Really,” one of many collaborations off his upcoming album Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf. But it’s Game himself who bodies the beat with his vicious verse.

“Don’t fuck with Kendrick, don’t fuck with Problem, don’t fuck with YG, I’m Mr. Miyagi,” warns the Compton spitter on the ominous track, produced by The Mekanics and OZ.

Other guests on the album include Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, French Montana, Tyga, and Bobby Shmurda. Production comes courtesy of Boi-1da, DJ Mustard, Jordan Mosley, SAP, Nottz, Amadeus, League of Starz, and more.

You can preview all 18 tracks and pre-order the album on iTunes before it drops on October 14.

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Sep
16
New Music: Eric Bellinger f/ The Game – ‘Awkward’

Awkward

On October 1, Eric Bellinger will release his mixtape Choose Up Season. The nine tracks were inspired by the single life and include “Awkward” featuring The Game, on which he explores the uncomfortable post break-up feelings of his previous relationships.

“Eric is definitely one of the hottest young talents in R&B,” said Game. “We’ve done a few records already, including my current single ‘Or Nah.’ Don’t sleep on this guy.”

The L.A. singer-songwriter has also contributed to five songs off Chris Brown’s new album X.

Stream “Awkward” and watch the Choose Up Season trailer below.

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