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Discussion in 'Music' started by delete, Jun 6, 2014.
1992 really isn’t a “Album” tho...
wiki has it listed as "the eighth studio album"
They also once listed Year of the Wolf as a album too, neither of them are albums tho
He was calling it a album too lol
I'll roll with that.
Year of the Wolf is clearly a compilation type album
But it was listed as a Game solo
1992 is a glorified mixtape that he released for sale due to his deal with E1
Wayne rapping on the album. Hard track called A.I.
Album will be called Born To Rap and will be released in the next few months
“The Documentary 3: Westside Story” will be released in 2020, 15 years after The Documentary and 5 years after The Doc 2/2.5
You heard it here first
I’ve got some Snippets of the songs I can post here if y’all interested
PM them joints
I hope Chuck spittin that ish!
The Westside joint
Game spitting on this album. Hard bars, great production and has the right features too
Swizz, Mike Zombie, London, Bongo, Scott Storch, Cool & Dre (did the join with Wayne) are some of the producers on this
The song with Quavo is a smash. Might be Game’s first hit record since My Life
Do u consider 1992 a actual “Album” from Game?
Album in the sense it was put up for sale (but most mixtapes are nowadays). But you can’t say it’s an album like The Documentary’s or even Jesus Piece, LAX etc
Game had a deal in place to release a certain amount of music within a given time frame. That’s why he released Streets of Compton, Block Wars and 1992 so soon after The Doc 2/2.5. None of those projects had any real features or big name producers because the label allocated a certain budget for 5 projects in his deal with E1. Doc 2/2.5 used most of the budget and were released on different weeks so the label counts them as 2 albums
New deal in place for this album and Westside Story
Year of the Wolf was a compilation album. Game listed as leading artist in order to get out of deal with Geffen/Interscope
Game need to get Premo on the phone
they make bangers
Dope! Always looking forward to new Game. One of my favs.
Dom K and Chuck?
Song called Gold Daytonas
Since I can listen to the Game without rose tinted glasses, OKE is a solid mixtape.
Admittedly I've followed his career for the obvious reasons, but blame it on blind loyalty. Not sure if he has other mixtapes, but should give him more of a listen at least. Whatever happened between the GUnit camps is still probably an untold story. Business or non-business.
OKE was very good. Crazy thing is, outside of OKE, California Republic, and that G-Unit diss mixtape that had Mr. Potato Head, I’ve never dove into his mixtape catalog.
Hitboy producing on the album
You Know What It is vol. 1-4
Old BWS journals
Stop Snitchin Stop Lyin
Brake lights (my favourite Game tape)
Purp & Patron
Game and Meek got a banger on their hands