The wait is over. After a slight setback & weeks of promotion, which included a couple leaks & a highly publicized beef with Philly rapper Meek Mill, The Game’s anticipated 1992 album has finally arrived on iTunes today.

Serving as the follow up to this Summer’s Block Wars album, 1992 is an autobiographical effort inspired by the life, times & world the Game lived in when he was 12 years old coming into his teenage years in Compton, California. Even some of the song titles depict his childhood memories, including "I Grew Up On Wu-Tang" & "F*ck Orange Juice."

Lead by the previously heard singles “All Eyez” with Jeremih & “92 Bars,” fans can now stream the entire 13-song project for free via Apple Music (below). You already know this about to go dumb hard. Hit play and let us know what record you’re feelin’ the most?