Posted by , Jun 26, 2015 at 02:28pm
A few things we'd like to see happen on The Game's long-awaited "Documentary 2."

In the past few weeks, we've been stoking our curiosity about rappers' new albums by coming up with wish lists of the various things we'd think would ensure dopeness. We've already dreamed up idealized versions of Childish Gambino's upcoming project and Lil Wayne's quickly approaching Free Weezy Album, and now it's time to tackle a long in-the-works sequel to one of Cali's most celebrated albums of the 2000s.

Arriving in in January 2005, The Documentary put The Game on the map as the next big torchbearer for the West Coast's legacy, staying unflinchingly true to Compton's history while also staying current by employing beats from some of the rap game's finest. Now, more than a decade later, Game's finally ready to start rolling out the long-awaited sequel. 

We just got "100," the Drake-featuring single, and although we don't yet have a release date or tracklist, we can be sure that the album's on its way. Here's what we think would make it a worthy successor to its classic forebear. 

5 Things We Want From The Game's "Documentary 2"

A few things we'd like to see happen on The Game's long-awaited "Documentary 2."


In the past few weeks, we've been stoking our curiosity about rappers' new albums by coming up with wish lists of the various things we'd think would ensure dopeness. We've already dreamed up idealized versions of Childish Gambino's upcoming project and Lil Wayne's quickly approaching Free Weezy Album, and now it's time to tackle a long in-the-works sequel to one of Cali's most celebrated albums of the 2000s.

Arriving in in January 2005, The Documentary put The Game on the map as the next big torchbearer for the West Coast's legacy, staying unflinchingly true to Compton's history while also staying current by employing beats from some of the rap game's finest. Now, more than a decade later, Game's finally ready to start rolling out the long-awaited sequel. 

We just got "100," the Drake-featuring single, and although we don't yet have a release date or tracklist, we can be sure that the album's on its way. Here's what we think would make it a worthy successor to its classic forebear. 

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