The Game Songs

  • Hate It Or Love It
    Hate It Or Love It
    Today's #TBT is in honor of The Game, who will release his sixth studio album, Documentary 2, tomorrow (Oct. 9). The album is the sequel to, and arrives over 10 years after, The Documentary, his 2005 debut album, off which this classic, "Hate It Or Love It," is taken. At the time, Game was signed to 50's G-Unit, and both were signed to Dre's Aftermath. Since, after one of the decade's top beefs, they've gone separate ways, but "Hate It Or Love It" remains a shining moment in hip-hop history. 
  • Don't Trip
    Don't Trip
    On October 9, The Game will release the first half of his long awaited Documentary 2 album, with disc 2 dropping the follow week on October 16.
  • Mula
    The Game recently surprised us with the announcement that The Documentary 2 was in fact a double album, to be released in two installments. The first arrived on October 9th, and one of the most anticipated tracks from disc 1 has now made it's way online. "Mula" is a gritty collaboration with Kanye West, who with "Dreams" and "Wouldn't Get Far" has in the past served as one of the rappers best collaborators.
  • Homies
    It's been almost a year since O.T. Genasis' breakout hit, and though he hasn't yet had a release that matches the hype of "CoCo," he's showing strong signs of developing into his own as an artist. On his latest tape, Rhythm & Bricks, Genasis sought to showcase his L.A. roots as part of his rap persona and favored detailed stories about his dope-dealing past over hook-heavy trap house bangers. One of the highlights off R&B is "Homies," a West Coast set-reppin' anthem that finds O.T.
  • Standing On Ferraris
    Standing On Ferraris
    When Game dropped the tracklist to Documentary 2 last week, one of the most surprising features listed was Diddy.
  • El Chapo
    El Chapo
    The Game has been getting us hyped for The Documentary 2 in the last 24 hours, announcing that the album would be a 38-track double album and making a humorous appearance on "The Nightly Show" for good measure.
  • Too Hood
    Too Hood
    Glasses Malone has a lot of respect in the game, to the point that he can get a feature from just about anyone he wants. Recently getting Kendrick Lamar and Killer Mike on the same record, Malone has now shared yet another star-studded record from his upcoming album, GH2: Life Ain't Nuthin' But. This one features Kirko Bangz supplying a syrupy hook, while The Game comes through with a memorable 16. 
  • Room Full Of G's
    Room Full Of G's
    This afternoon, in an hour actually, we'll be premiering a new mixtape from producers League of Starz. The production crew is following up the fan-favorite LOS.FM with LOS.FM 2. Similar to the first project, it's a compilation of various artists all rapping/singing over League of Starz's production-- you're guaranteed to get some heat.
  • Shooters
    We featured the smooth collaboration from Ty Dolla $ign and Dom Kennedy, "Ice Cream," on the homepage, but we also had to highlight one of the more hard-hitting bangers that Mustard is known for.
  • Fake Mutha (Envy)
    Fake Mutha (Envy)
    R-Mean's got a new project called 7 Deadly Sins on the way, and today, we have the privilege of premiering one of its tracks. "Fake Mutha (Envy)" features The Game, who previously teamed up with R-Mean on "Lost Angels."
  • Everybody On The Floor
    Everybody On The Floor
    The Game's Documentary 2 is on the horizon, and every update we get, the album seems to be more varied. We already know that Drake, Dej Loaf, Timbaland, Dr. Dre, Pharrell, and Scott Storch will be involved, and today, a collaboration with Migos has emerged, ensuring that Game has his Atlanta bases covered as well.
  • 100
    The game has been hinting at a sequel to his debut album, The Documentary, for some time, and with the album celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, it's the perfect time to deliver on the promise.
  • Don't Say Nothin
    Don't Say Nothin
    Dr. Maleek may be new to the scene, but he's certainly made the right friends. The Long Beach rapper's new single sports some enviable features from West Coast vet The Game, and the Torontonian who's been quietly killing the hook game for the last little while, Tory Lanez."Don't Say Nothin" fits perfectly into the RnBass pocket, with Tory doing some heavy-lifting on the infectious chorus, while Game contributes a half-whispered verse, bragging about going down on his girl for 6 songs, before going on to name them.
  • One Blood
    One Blood
    With a beef going down between The Game and Young Thug yesterday, it seems appropriate to use one of The Game's many diss records as a throwback track. Plus, after cataloguing some of his more prominent beefs yesterday, we have "One Blood" on our mind.
  • Ryda (CDQ)
    Ryda (CDQ)
    In March we first got to hear The Game and DeJ Loaf's collab, then titled "Ambitionz of a Rida" via a DJ Skee radio leak. Now simplified to "Ryda," the song has been released officially as CDQ. The Game channels Tupac on the song, with the intention of bringing back that West Coast sound. Production comes from Pops & Mikhail, with the hook handled by DeJ. This is one of the first leaks off The Game's delayed but anticipated album The Documentary 2. We recently saw The Game in the studio with Dr.
  • Ambitionz Of A Rida
    Ambitionz Of A Rida
    Game is looking to release his highly anticipated album, The Documentary 2, this summer, and today he shares a record which sounds like it could fare well as a lead single. Interpolating a classic record, as he often does, Game channels Tupac, while also endorsing the new school by bring Dej Loaf in on the hook and a verse.
  • The Soundtrack
    The Soundtrack
    After Jay Electronica and Jay Z (kind of) linked up earlier today, we've got another crazy collab to share with you. This new song "The Soundtrack" is The Game featuring Meek Mill, which should be all the info you need to press play on this one. 
  • Power Of The Dollar
    Power Of The Dollar
    On the final leak before he drops his project The Premonition, Franc Grams gets a huge assist from none other than The Game. "Power Of The Dollar" also features Jus Cuz and was produced by Joe Milly. With cartoon versions of Franc and Game glaring at us from the single artwork, the song features strong verses from both of them, especially Game, who remembers the old days with Dr. Dre and Busta Rhymes in his verse. Jus Cuz applies his soulful vocals to the hook and outro, going in above a soaring vocal sample.
  • Power Of The Dollar
    Power Of The Dollar
    Franc Grams is preparing his new studio album, The Premonition for a December release, and while he's already released a few tracks from the project, his biggest offering yet comes today with "Power Of The Dollar". Featuring a triumphant sample provided by Joe Milly, as well as a soulful hook from Jus Cuz, the track already has quite a bit going for it before The Game steps in for a scene-stealing guest verse.
  • Stop Playin
    Stop Playin
    Skeme has been flooding us with new music this week. He kicked things off earlier this week with "Peace of Mind", following it up yesterday with "Promise." The rapper, who is now signed to The Game's Blood Money imprint, promised he'd be dropping music daily this week, and keeping that promise he releases another cut today "Stop Playing." The track features his label b
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