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


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…

‘1992’ track list:

1. Savage Lifestyle
2. True Colors/It’s On
3. Bompton
4. **** Orange Juice
5. The Juice
6. Young Niggas
7. The Soundtrack
8. I Grew Up On Wu-Tang
9. However Do You Want It
10. Baby You
11. What Your Life Like
12. 92 Bars
 Bonus Track: All Eyez ft. Jeremih

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  1. Shae September 23, 2016

    He’s a male INSTGRAM THOT

    • #JACKIE September 23, 2016

      Don’t forget a S*** ONE???

  2. Tori September 23, 2016

    Like…he is STILL talking about this? It’s not even beef at this point he shut trying to stay in the media and it’s annoying. What did Meek do to hurt him to the point he’s acting like a baby mama.

  3. Nowqd Reddibut it ash trjoan ivy blobukz Need UK timely Ukuno eremixi September 23, 2016

    There’s no beef between them

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