On Friday, The Game released his new soundtrack to pair up with the A&E documentary series "Streets of Compton." If that wasn't sufficient, The Game is back this Monday making sure we kick off the week on a high note. He's quickly going into album mode now that the docu-series is out of the way, and grabs singer Jeremih for a smooth-ass hook on "All Eyez." The record serves as The Game's lead single from his upcoming album 1992, which will be released independently via Entertainment One Music/Fifth Amendment/Blood Money (no release date yet). You can cop the single on iTunes below.
Oh yeah, apart from an album, a docu-series and a new soundtrack, The Game also has a mobile game on the way. It's called "Block Wars." According to a press release, the game "sheds light into the violent nature and turmoil of the streets as it transforms the player into The Boss who must navigate and control the black market." You'll be able to download it on the Apple Store or Google Play July 29th.
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