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  • Cover of Game Responds To Suge Knight Saying He Had One Of Worst Label Deals
    Suge Knight recently appeared on Arsenio Hall and had some harsh words for the major music labels, even going as far as to compare label deals to a slavery, and specifically calling out Kendrick Lamar and Game as having "two of the worst deals in the industry."
  • Cover of Clyde Carson Plans To Get In Studio With T.I., Discusses "Playboy"
    Clyde Carson just released his new effort yesterday, Playboy, and we connected with the rapper on the day of the album release to talk about the project, what comes next, and more. 
  • Cover of Does The Game Have A Hidden Verse On Ray J's Kim Kardashian Diss?
    Game has talked earlier about his friendships with the Kardashians but denied, rather angrily, to TMZ's allegations that he had an intimate relationship with Kim Kardashian, otherwise known as Kanye West's fiance.
  • Cover of Suge Knight Says Kendrick Lamar & Game "Got Two Of The Worst Deals In The Industry"
    Suge Knight, who recently was in the news for getting into some trouble at a weed dispensary in L.A., hit up Arsenio Hall's talk show as a guest last night. He talked about the situation at the pot store, briefly, and also spoke on major labels all the issues he has with contracts from major labels.
  • Cover of Samples Of The Week: February 13
    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 George Zimmerman Is Game to Box With Game
    Since George Zimmerman agreed to participate in a "Celebrity" boxing match, Game has come forward as a volunteer to fight him in the ring saying, and we quote, he's "beat the fuck out him." DMX also came forward, offering to "piss on him," but that is another story.
  • Cover of DMX Wants To Fight & "Piss On" George Zimmerman
    Earlier this week, it was revealed that George Zimmerman would be participating in a celebrity boxing match, but his opponent was yet to be determined. Unsurprisingly, it seems there's quite a lineup of people who wouldn't mind giving Trayvon Martin's killer a pummeling, rappers not excluded.
  • Cover of Game Would Like George Zimmerman To Fight Him In A Celebrity Boxing Match
    Game is known to sport a short fuse and pack a mean punch. However this time, he has a victim in mind: the notorious George Zimmerman, of national Trayvon Martin infamy.
  • Cover of Game Announces European "Blood Money" Tour
    Game was rumored to have signed to Birdman's Cash Money in December, however, it was soon revealed that nothing was official yet. We still haven't heard an announcement concerning a new label for Game, nonetheless he's ready to go back on tour.The rapper will be heading overseas for a "Blood Money" Tour.
  • Cover of Photos: The Game, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign & More Celebrate XXL's "Eye Candy Of The Year"
    TokyoYen was crowned by XXL as the "Eye Candy of the Year" and the vixen celebrated by hosting an event in Hollywood at the nightclub Dream At Tru. Celebrities and rappers came out to show their support, including The Game, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Kid Red, Khloe Kardashian and more.
  • Cover of 50 Cent On G-Unit Reunion: "I'll Never Work With Game"
    As we're patiently waiting for 50 Cent's new project, one question keeps coming up; is there any possibility of a G-Unit reunion? In a new interview with Complex, Curtis addressed this very idea, giving us some real insight into the true dynamic of the group.
  • Cover of Birdman Says The Game Is Officially YMCMB [Update: Game Says He Hasn't Signed Yet]
    There have been rumors concerning Game and his potential signing with the ever-growing YMCMB roster, ever since Birdman was featured on Jesus Piece shouting out Game, and specifically saying Cash Money was next.
  • Cover of Game Gets Tattoo Of Nelson Mandela
    Game is known for honoring his heroes by having them permanently inked on his body. This year alone, we've seen the rapper brand himself with images of Nate Dogg, Trayvon Martin, Dr. Dre, and Barack Obama. The latest icon the Compton emcee has had inked is Nelson Mandela, who passed away last week.
  • Cover of Ryan Seacrest Developing A White Female Rappers Reality Show
    One of the hardest working men in show business, Ryan Seacrest is developing a new reality show which will focus on white female rappers. 
  • Cover of The Game Raises Funds For Funeral Of Murdered 7-Year-Old, Spearheads "Cease-Fire L.A." Campaign
    7-year-old Talib Pecantte of Los Angeles was shot in the chest on Monday night while sitting in a parked vehicle with his mother and an unidentified man in the Mid-City area. Tragically, he succumbed to his wounds the following evening. 
  • Cover of T.I., Ludacris, The Game, 50 Cent & More Mourn Paul Walker's Sudden Death
    For those unaware, 40-year-old actor/director Paul Walker, of Fast & Furious fame, was killed yesterday afternoon in a tragic car accident in Santa Clarita, California.
  • Cover of Young Buck Says He Has "Classic Material" With Game & Waka Flocka
    Young Buck was released from prison last month, and the rapper is definitely taking advantage of his newfound freedom. Buck, who spent 2 years locked up, recently sat down with Fox News to speak on his new outlook on life. 
  • Cover of The Game Shows Off Sick "Red October" Jordan 11s
    Red October continues to haunt us, this time The Game go into the action with a sizzling hot pair of "Red October" Air Jordan 11s. The pair, complete with a snakeskin for patent leather swap, also features the iconic gold tip laces found on the Yeezy II.
  • Cover of Game Explains Why He Posted A Photoshopped Photo Of Him & Tupac
    The Game posted a photo earlier this week on his Instagram of him and Tupac, but it was quickly revealed that the photo was photoshopped.  This brought some backlash from people that thought the Compton rapper was trying to dupe fans into thinking he had met 'Pac before his untimely death. 
  • Cover of Review: Game's "OKE: Operation Kill Everything"
    Game has held an interesting position in the rap game since his monstrous debut in 2005, The Documentary. He’s acknowledged as one of the premier acts from the West Coast, but he’s been hit-or-miss with his projects since that first album.
  • Cover of The Game Buys 2 Cash Money Chains For $40,000, Gives One To Birdman
    Having announced it on his last album Jesus Piece, The Game officially signed with Birdman and Cash Money Records this week, and to commemorate it, he bought himself and his new label head matching chains. 
  • Cover of Game Talks On Tattoos & Says He Hasn't Started Working On New LP Yet
    Game dropped his new mixtape OKE yesterday, after a slight delay, and the 19-track project is jam-packed, so much so, that Game hasn't felt a need to start working on his next album yet.
  • Cover of Tracklist Revealed For Game's "OKE" Mixtape
    The Game appeared on DJ Skee's Skee Live yesterday night, during which he premiered his new mixtape OKE: Operation Kill Everything, although the project was supposed to arrive online after the T.V. show, it hasn't surfaced just yet.
  • Cover of The Game Reveals "OKE" Mixtape Cover, Release Date
    After much talk of The Game's upcoming OKE: Operation Kill Everything mixtape, it seems the Compton rapper is finally ready to let go of the project. Earlier today, Game tweeted the artwork, and revealed that the tape would hit the net tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct.
  • Cover of Game Hasn't Seen 50 Cent In 8 Years, Says Beef Stemmed From Ignorance
    Despite Game's recent petition to reunite G-Unit, it seems he and 50 Cent will never see eye to eye. The Jesus Piece rapper joined Larry King in an interview where he spoke of the "rift" between the two rappers, as well as his label situation, and the reason why he'll never run out of things to rap about.
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