The Game's Manager Wack 100 Speaks On Knocking Out Stitches
As you probably know, Stitches got knocked out by The Game's manager Wack 100 last week outside a club in Miami.
The Game To Stand Trial For Two Felony Cases
The Game caught a bit of flak last week for standing in the background while his manager Wack 100 knocked out Stitches. It was probably the wise move, as Game headed to court on Tuesday, where Rap-Up reports that a judge ordered him to stand trial for two separate cases, both involving felonies.
Stitches Gets Jumped By His Own Crew, Says The Game Paid Them Off
It's been a rough few days for Stitches. Three nights ago, Game came through Stitches' hometown of Miami to begin his birthday weekend. Stitches waited outside of the club for Game and when he tried to approach the Compton rapper, he was quickly K.O.'d by Wack 100, Game's manager.
The Game Offers Stitches Future Career Advice
The beef between The Game and Stitches got real two nights ago. The Miami shock rapper attempted to run up on The Game as he was leaving a club in South Beach, but instead, he suddenly got knocked out by Wack 100, Game's manager.
Stitches Still Wants A Fair Fight With The Game
Yesterday, it seemed that The Game and Stitches' drawn-out beef had finally come to an end when Stitches was sucker-punched by a member of Game's entourage outside of a club in Miami. Footage of the incident was posted on Instagram, and Stitches was subsequently arrested, later turning his Instagram to "private," and seemingly putting the battle to rest.
Stitches Is The Recipient Of Charlamagne's "Donkey Of The Day"
The Game isn't the only one clowning Stitches for getting knocked TF out last night. The Miami shock rapper has also been given the dishonor of being named Charlamagne Tha God's "Donkey of the Day."
The Game Posts Instagram Video Of Stitches Getting Knocked Out
Florida rapper Stitches has gone to great lengths to draw attention to himself, claiming he slept with Kylie Jenner in a Tyga diss track and doctoring images to make it appear that he had an Instagram beef with The Game (which promptly turned into an actual Instagram beef with The Game.
Anderson .Paak Announces "Malibu" Cover Art, Features, & Release Date
Last year, Anderson .Paak released the album Venice, his first album after relinquishing his Breezy Lovejoy. With his forthcoming album Malibu, he is moving his way up the California coastline. Well, guess what, Malibu just got a release date -- it will hit stores on January 15th.
The Game Hates On Billboard's "Greatest Rappers" List, Shares His Own Top 10
If you've listened to The Game's music, you know he always does his part to pay homage to those who did it before him, so when it comes to the conversation of "the greatest rappers of all time," he has a strong opinion.
5 Beats Lil Wayne Needs On "No Ceilings 2"
It's Weezy season, y'all. Late last night, Wayne announced that his fans shall have to much to be grateful about on this coming Thanksgiving, as he plans to serve up No Ceilings 2, the sequel to his beloved mixtape from 2009, on a platinum platter.
Hip-Hop Halloween: The Best Artist Costumes 2015
Rappers already get pretty creative with the way they dress themselves, but Halloween is the time to take things up a notch. Thanks to Instagram, we got to see a lot of the crazy outfits some of our favorite artists put together. There were a couple of standouts (The Game as Jidenna, ScHoolboy Q as a giant blunt), but overall everyone did pretty well this year. Still, that guy who dressed up as the Gucci Flip Flop might have the best costume of the year.
Charts Don't Lie: October 28th
Last week was all about The Game, and one would have assumed this week would be a similar story, but despite neck-and-neck projections, Machine Gun Kelly's General Admission pulled ahead of the Documentary 2.5, giving MGK the number one rap album this cycle. Still neither artist could get ahead of The Weeknd, who is pretty unstoppable right now, securing the number 3 spot on the Billboard 200 after 8 weeks.Check the full breakdown below.
The Game's "Documentary 2.5" & MGK's "General Admission" First Week Sales
Looking at the projections, The Game and Machine Gun Kelly were neck-and-neck for sales last week, but someone had to pull ahead in the end, and that person was MGK.
10 Times Rappers Dissed Charlamagne Tha God
Whether he's shaming Mac Miller for drug use, trying to convince Post Malone's girlfriend that she'll eventually be cheated on, or doing everything in hi
Charts Don't Lie: October 21st
Last week belonged to The Game, who released The Documentary 2, the long-awaited sequel to his beloved debut, and the first of two new projects. Game's numbers weren't big enough to surpass Selena Gomez' Revival, but with The Documentary 2.5 releasing on Friday, he's doing alright for himself. Elsewhere on the charts, The Weeknd has continued to pull in big numbers, while J. Cole has proven his longevity, outlasting competitors like Nicki Minaj to be the only 2014 release within the top 40.Check out the full stats below.
The Game's "Documentary 2.5" & MGK's "General Admission" First Week Sales Projections
The Game went back to back with his latest album, The Documentary 2, releasing second disc Documentary 2.5 as a separate album one week later. While the rapper arguably came harder on the second installment, its no surprised that the sales count is looking to be a LITTLE lower this time around. While D2 just debuted at number 2 on the charts with 95k sold, D2.5 is looking to move somewhere around 40-45,000 copies traditionally, and 45-50,000 including streams.
First Week Sales For The Game's “Documentary 2” Are In
As the early projections told us last week, The Game’s highly anticipated Documentary 2 album fell just short of the #1 spot this week thanks to Selena Gomez’ Revival, but that's saying a lot.
Review: The Game's "Documentary 2.5"
When listening to the two nearly 80-minute-long discs that The Game has released in the past week, it doesn't take long to realize that they're both very good albums. The Documentaries 2 and 2.5 both have high-profile guests who deliver, excellent tributes to Compton, and surprising arrays of beats, which is more than you'd expect from a whopping two and a half hours of new music from Game, let alone any rapper living or dead.