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  • Cover of First Week Sales For The Game's "Year Of The Wolf"
    Looks like The Game and Blood Money's Year of The Wolf album fared slightly better in the commercial arena than was originally predicted. Last week, it was projected to sell between 27,000-30,000 copies, and it's slightly exceeded that, moving "close to" 33,000 units to date.
  • Cover of The Game Sued For Skipping Out On Kentucky Derby Concert
    Pride is a bitch, or so claims a new suit directed against The Game. A promoter for the Kentucky Derby Festival, which is apparently a concert that occurs on the same weekend as the Kentucky Derby, says the L.A.
  • Cover of A History Of 50 Cent Beefs
    50 Cent has been through so much beef, you could probably dedicate a book to the fights he has picked. Throughout his career, he has never been shy to give his honest opinion about fellow rappers. He has mastered the art of the diss song and pretty much wears the crown for being the king at feuding.
  • Cover of Review: The Game's "Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf"
    Game doesn't quite get the respect he deserves. Sometimes things like his habitual name dropping and controversy divert attention from the fact that he has been one of the most consistent rappers over the last decade.
  • Cover of First Week Sales Projections For The Game's "Year Of The Wolf"
    The Game's new album, Year of the Wolf, was supposed to be a compilation with his Blood Money crew members, Dubb and Skeme. While those two still appear on the record a few times, the driving force of the album is The Game and a stack full of features-- not his artists though.
  • Cover of Stream The Game's "Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf" Compilation Album
    October is turning out to be one hell of a month for hip-hop. Following the release of both T.I.'s Paperwork LP and the latest drop from Mila J, Game's Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf has made its way onto Spotify for purchase-free listening.
  • Cover of Hands Up: Street Anthems 4 Justice
    Hip-Hop emerged out of a collective struggle against oppression, poverty, and pain.  Recently, rappers have been teaming up in order to promote an end to police brutality, even raising money for victims like Mike Brown, and spreading digital campaigns to promote awareness of the issue.
  • Cover of The Game's "Year Of The Wolf" Tracklist Revealed [Update: Artwork Revealed]
    Game decided to pushback his upcoming compilation/crew album Year Of The Wolf, announcing last week that the new release date is October 14th. Now that the release date has been locked down, the West Coast rapper follows it up with a complete tracklist to create even more excitement for the collaborative album.
  • Cover of The Game Announces Release Dates For "Year Of The Wolf" And "The Documentary 2"
    By now, you should know that Game plans to release a Blood Money compilation, Year Of The Wolf, and a solo album, The Documentary 2, in the near future. While the former was originally scheduled for a September 16th drop, the L.A. rapper has announced two new release dates for both projects.
  • Cover of Game Disses G-Unit During Live Show
    Is there a beef bubbling between Game and his former crew G-Unit? In recent interviews with the rapper we've seen him give props to 50 for getting the Unit back together, but during a live show in L.A. he had something else to say about the crew.
  • Cover of Top 10: Sophomore Albums Of The 2000s
    In music we tend to glorify the debut album, always craving the newest and shiniest thing out. The downside of that is usually we're slightly disappointed in the follow up sophomore album, possibly what led to the phenomenon known as the "sophomore slump".
  • Cover of Game Changes Upcoming Album Compilation Title, Signs Skeme & Dubb
    Game's upcoming album compilation which will put his Blood Money label signees on display was originally set to be titled Blood Money La Familia, but it looks like Game's had a change of heart and switched the title to Year Of The Wolf.
  • Cover of Jeezy's "Seen It All" Will Have Features From Wiz Khalifa, Future, Game And T.I.
    After releasing the Jay Z-aided title track last week, Jeezy premiered some more of his new album, Seen It All, last night at a listening party in NYC.
  • Cover of Kevin Gates Comments On Game's XXL Freshmen Diss
    As always, this year's XXL Freshmen class was quite a talking point. While much was said about the cover, both positive and negative, one of the most blatant critiques of the class came from Comton rapper Game.
  • Cover of Samples Of The Week: July 3rd
    When hip-hop began, samples were all that DJs and producers had to construct instrumental tracks with. They'd dig through crates of vinyl trying to find isolated drum breaks, melodies or vocals that they could repurpose for use in hip-hop music.
  • Cover of Many Men: A History Of G-Unit Beefs
    Perhaps it would have been easier to make a list of every rapper that 50 and the crew haven't had any altercations with over the course of their 10 years in the game--it certainly would have required less writing.
  • Cover of Game Says "Bigger Than Me" Was Recorded Last August
    A few weeks ago, Game caused quite a stir by releasing "Bigger Than Me," a song that seemingly lashed out at any and all of the recent XXL Freshmen. But in a new interview, Game says that he made the song long before the cover was even announced, on an "angry night" in Miami last August.
  • Cover of Game And Lil Durk Are No Longer Beefing
    The beef between Lil Durk and Tyga that erupted after an incident in the studio has gone on for months, resulting in diss tracks, threats, and the insertion of Game into the beef.
  • Cover of Shots Reportedly Fired Outside Hollywood Nightclub Following 2014 BET Awards
    After a successful night of performances and awards at the 2014 BET Awards, things went south just hours later, during an after party. TMZ reports this morning that shots were fired at Hollywood's celebrity-filled Supper Club.
  • Cover of Man Stabbed At Meek Mill's BET Awards Party
    Just yesterday, Meek Mill was seen talking to Miss Info about his new album and hyping up his BET Awards pre-party, which he said would also be attended by Game and Lil Boosie. Taking place at L.A.'s Club Lure, the event would be marred by a fight that led to a stabbing.
  • Cover of Samples Of The Week: June 26
    When hip-hop began, samples were all that DJs and producers had to construct instrumental tracks with. They'd dig through crates of vinyl trying to find isolated drum breaks, melodies or vocals that they could repurpose for use in hip-hop music.
  • Cover of Troy Ave Comments On Game's XXL Freshman Class Diss
    Like his former collaborator 50 Cent, Game comes from a time in rap where calling rappers out was commonplace. On his most recent single, "Bigger Than Me", the Compton rapper takes aim at the entire Freshman class, accusing them of being "soft", and not of the same caliber as emcees he came up with.
  • Cover of Game Shares Photo From Studio Session With Lil Wayne
    Game already has two projects in his 2014-2015 pipeline, his Blood Money crew album Blood Money La Familia, and a follow up to his seminal debut, The Documentary 2. Both are already pretty heavily anticipated, thanks to his Blood Money "Bigger Than Money" leak and word that Dr.
  • Cover of Lil Durk Says His Beef With Tyga Is Explained On "Signed To The Streets 2"
    Lil Durk recently stopped by ThisIs50 to give an interview, and the resulting video contains some more juicy beef between him and Tyga. Durk alleged that Tyga paid Game to do a verse on his remix of Nicki Minaj and Lil Herb's "Chi-Raq," and he also spoke on the beef's origins and its relation to his upcoming mixtape.
  • Cover of Game Details "Blood Money La Familia" Project & "The Documentary 2"
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