Ten years ago, The Game changed the face of West Coast hip-hop with the release of his debut The Documentary. The Compton MC marked the milestone by hosting a star-studded concert at The Belasco Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night (Jan. 18). His most loyal fans were front and center as he performed his classics including “Hate It or Love It” and “How We Do.”
He was also joined by his friends and collaborators including Tyga, Ab-Soul, O.T. Genasis (“CoCo”), Marsha Ambrosius (“Start from Scratch”), ScHoolboy Q (“Higher”), and Kendrick Lamar (“Westside Story”).
At one point, he brought out his now 11-year-old son Harlem, who appeared as a baby on the album cover, and performed “Like Father, Like Son.”
Even billionaire tycoon Dr. Dre, who executive produced the album, graced the stage with his presence as the crowd roared with applause.
“Last nights show was dope as fuck!” said Game. “Thanks again to my mentor & everyone that came out & made it a night to remember.”
Game plans to release a sequel to his 2005 album later this year, and was recently in the studio with Faith Evans.
Watch highlights from the anniversary show below.