The Game - Death Row Chain [New Song]

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The Game shares a new track from "Streets Of Compton".

The Game has a new project called Streets Of Compton on the way, and today, he's shared a new track called "Death Row Chain," which finds him telling the story of the label. Game gets knee-deep in nostalgia, reflecting on his desire to be part of the Death Row movement as he was growing up. He recalls seeing the rise of Tupac, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre, documenting the history of the empire, as well as its demise, eventually coming to the conclusion that it's his responsibility to put on for the region. Something tells us this historical approach will continue to play a part in Streets Of Compton. The project serves as the soundtrack to Game's A&E series of the same name, and drops this Friday, June 17th. The tracklist can be found here.

Quotable Lyrics:
Even though he was born on the East, Pac was accepted here
Especially rocking that chain with that electric chair
I set back and watched him, threw up the West side
As Suge, Pac, Snoop and Dre
Hit the cover of the Vibe '96, it was on
I took a Death Row sticker then slapped it on the chrome
Riding down Rosecrans with my hand on the toast
Stuck at a light, bumping "2 of Amerikaz Most"

[Via XXL]

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Death Row Chain

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12 MAKE IT STOP
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The Game shares a new track from "Streets Of Compton".


The Game has a new project called Streets Of Compton on the way, and today, he's shared a new track called "Death Row Chain," which finds him telling the story of the label. Game gets knee-deep in nostalgia, reflecting on his desire to be part of the Death Row movement as he was growing up. He recalls seeing the rise of Tupac, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre, documenting the history of the empire, as well as its demise, eventually coming to the conclusion that it's his responsibility to put on for the region. Something tells us this historical approach will continue to play a part in Streets Of Compton. The project serves as the soundtrack to Game's A&E series of the same name, and drops this Friday, June 17th. The tracklist can be found here.

Quotable Lyrics:
Even though he was born on the East, Pac was accepted here
Especially rocking that chain with that electric chair
I set back and watched him, threw up the West side
As Suge, Pac, Snoop and Dre
Hit the cover of the Vibe '96, it was on
I took a Death Row sticker then slapped it on the chrome
Riding down Rosecrans with my hand on the toast
Stuck at a light, bumping "2 of Amerikaz Most"

[Via XXL]

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