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.
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.
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.
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