The Game Is Donating $1 Million In Water Bottles To The Flint Water Crisis
Rappers like Meek Mill, Big Sean, & Diddy have pledged donations to the Flint water crisis.
Top Tracks: January 11 - January 17
Another week, and the rap game ain't slowing down. TDE proved its youngest member is one of its most prized assets, Tyga finally dropped his mixtape, Mike Will seriously upped the expectations for Ransom 2, and a random Thugger leak managed to crack the Top 5. And that was before the weekend...
Classic Rotation: The Game's "The Documentary"
Last year, there’s no question that the West had it locked. Acclaimed albums by Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Jay Rock, Ty Dolla $ign and The Game proved that the left coast can build off the momentum established by the legends – like Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, NWA, Nate Dogg, etc. – and continue to release quality music that stretches the boundaries of hip hop at large.
Game's Manager Wack 100 Has A New Client: Stitches
Nine days into 2016, and we hadn't heard a peep about Stitches -- quite the contrary to last month, when he seemed to be catching Ls on the daily after getting knocked out by Game's manager, aka Wack 100. Well today we have some incredible news regarding the "Brick In Yo Face" rapper, as he's apparently under new management. His new manager, you ask?
The Game Announces “The Documentary 2” Tour
Before he hits us with the upcoming 1992 project, The Game will hit the road and embark on a 39-city world tour in support of his latest album The Documentary 2.
The Game Defends Bill Cosby In Instagram Tirade
Long known for his outspoken demeanor and unfiltered social media presence, The Game took to Instagram this afternoon to defend Bill Cosby, the 78-year-old comedy legend who was arrested on multiple sexual assault charges on December 30.
Quiz: The Year In Hip-Hop
2015 was a pretty big year for hip-hop. We saw an unnaturally large number of releases from major artists, making for a good presence of albums and singles on the charts. We saw breakout years for artists like Fetty Wap, Bryson Tiller, and more, as well as hot streaks from the likes of Future and Drake. Competition was also incredibly tense, with clashes between Drake and Meek Mill, The Game and Stitches, and many more.
The Game Loses Lawsuit For Punching Off Duty Police Officer
Remember back in March when the Game was involved in an altercation with an off-duty police officer on the basketball court, ultimately resulting in a lawsuit for punching him? Well, it turns out the Compton rapper just lost that suit filed against him, leaving him with about $100K less in his bank account now.
The Game Found Guilty Of Battery For Beating Up 40 Glocc
The Game has finally been brought to justice for beating up 40 Glocc in July 2012. According to a report by MyNewsLA.com, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Susan Bruguera found The Game guilty of battery for his role in an altercation with 40 Glocc outside a Hollywood Hills party and ordered Game to pay 40 Glocc the total sum of $3,000.
The Game Pleads Not Guilty To Assault Of Off-Duty Cop
Now that The Game/Stitches beef is subsiding, The Game has more important legal drama to focus on. The rapper was in court today, where he pleaded not guilty to punching a police officer during what was supposed to be a friendly basketball game for charity.
Stitches Is Thankful He Started Beefing With The Game
Stitches may have gotten knocked out in front of the police and jumped by his own crew in a two-day span, but as his conflict with The Game has started to simmer down, he's now saying that he ought to be thanking the Compton rapper for everything that went down.
Stitches Wants To Stop Beefing With The Game
Earlier this month, the beef between The Game and Stitches got real when Game went to Stitches' hometown of Miami to celebrate his birthday. Stitches located Game and his crew outside of a club, and when he went to approach his rival, he was swiftly knocked out by Game's manager, Wack 100.
Hottest Albums Of 2015
2015 was a pretty phenomenal year for music. After the relatively dry 2014, we thought it was a drought, but the overwhelming amount of material made making our year-end list both very easy and very difficult. On one hand, there was a wealth of album to choose from, but on the other hand, a lot of great stuff had to be left on the cutting room floor.
The Game Has Agreed To Fight Stitches
Since getting knocked out by The Game's manager Wack 100 and then getting jumped by his own crew, Stitches has not gone down quietly.
Stitches Challenges The Game To Celebrity Boxing Match
If there's one thing we can say about Stitches, he sure is persistent. He hasn't let footage of his own squad pummelling him with fists deter him from the task at hand: fight The Game.
The Game Reveals "1992" Is Coming Soon
The Game has been busy feuding with Stitches over the past few weeks, but apparently he's also had some time to get in the studio. After dropping not one but TWO albums this year, the Compton rapper has announced that he's putting out more new music under the title 1992.Taking to Instagram, Game revealed the artwork, but didn't specify what it was (probably a song, but it's not impossible it's a project). Either way, we know it's produced by BONGO ByTheWay, who most recently worked on Jeremih's "Feel Like Phil," and will feature no guest appearances.
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.