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New Song: The Game – ‘What Your Life Like’


The Game’s forthcoming LP ‘1992’ has treated the rapper’s fans to a brand new song.

Its name? ‘What Your Life Like.’

On it, the lyricist examines his journey thus far,and the part his former nemesis 50 Cent, love, life, highs and lows played in it, before ‘1992’s release on October 14th 2016.

Mine’s ’bout getting money and b******* / ’64s and switches / Popping guns with my ni**as / What your life like? / Mine’s ’bout listening to Illmatic / In my grandmother’s attic tryin’ to spit above average / What your life like? / Mine’s ’bout shedding tears when Pac died.

Listen below…


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Watch: The Game Addresses Meek Mill Feud & Police Brutality On ‘The Breakfast Club’

Rapper Also Addresses Allegations That He Was A Stripper.


The Game‘s new LP ‘1992‘ makes its way to retailers next month much to the delight of the West Coast-based lyricist’s supporters.

How he’s supporting the release?

By launching a promotional campaign built to support the set’s material and reignite the general public’s interest in he and his engaging personality.

Said personality was displayed during his latest interview with ‘The Breakfast Club’ where he addressed his musical legacy, his feud with Meek Mill and Sean Kingston and how fatherhood altered his lyrical content.

Watch below…


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Watch: The Game Addresses Meek Mill Beef On ‘Wendy’


As social media savvy rappers go, few can rival The Game.

It’s little wonder then why his recent feud Meek Mill was just as resonating on wax as it was on Instagram.

The MCs spent most of last weekend trading jabs over snitching, Sean Kingston, and a whole horde of other “differences.”

With the drama reaching fever pitch after mutual threats of violence, Wendy Williams attempted to play  peacemaker on today’s episode of her hit talkshow.

On set to promote his new album ‘1992’ (due October 7th), Game sat down with the former shock-jock to explain his gripe with Nicki Minaj‘s. Williams advised him strongly to step back from the flames rather than fuel them.

The insightful chat also saw the West Coast advocate speak on his squashed beef with former G-Unit comrade 50 Cent and more.

Check out the interview after the jump…


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Black Eyed Peas Announce All-Star ‘Where Is The Love’ Revival [ft. Usher, Justin Timberlake, Mary J. Blige & More]


It’s been 13 years since the Black Eyed Peas asked the powerful question ‘Where Is The Love?’

A decade and some change on, the chart-topping quad are gearing up to pose the same question – with a little help from a list of major names.

Details below…


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New Song: The Game – ‘Sauce’


Gliding towards the release of his new album ‘1992‘ is The Game who, after teaming up with Soundz and Jeremih to drop heat on the latter’s next album, has unlocked a new cut of his very own.

Its name?


They gave away my Grammy, gave it to Missy / I was too gangsta and they ain’t understand me.

It was poured out for fans minutes ago and was served up to support his ‘1992: Block Wars Tour‘ which hits the road on August 26th.

Press play to enjoy the latest paragraph in Game’s new creative chapter after the leap…


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Watch: The Game Performs Powerful ‘Black Lives Matter’ Poem


The Game continues to do his part to fight against police brutality by delivering an emotive poem during an interview with the radio platform Power 106 hours ago.

Before this, he and Snoop Dogg met with the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti and Police Chief Charlie Beck to discuss the pressing issue.

Watch him deliver poetic justice in the city of angels below…


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The Game Hits The Studio With….Joseline Hernandez


Joseline Hernandez is moving on up!

Indeed, before the latest season of her hit series ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ comes to an end the Reality TV royal joined her husband Steven ‘Stevie J’ Jordan in Los Angeles where the pair are hard at work on a romantic comedy and the latter’s return to R&B’s scene as a producer.

Now, as the show continues to be plagued by unconvincing storylines fronted by the likes of Kirk and Rasheeda Frost, the Jordans have found a supporter in the rapper Game.

Yes, last night saw the trio hit the studio as the latter continues to build material for his new LP the ‘Documentary 2’ with the help of Sevyn Streeter and ‘Unlove You’ singer Lyrica Anderson.

That isn’t all.

Hit the link below to learn more about Game’s brand new dating series.


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