The Game Songs

Remedy [Throwback]
Remedy [Throwback]
The Game
THROWBACK
Tomorrow, The Game will release his 1992 album. The fanfare surrounding it has been insubstantial compared to the excitement for The Documentary 2, The Game's sequel to an album that was declared an instant west coast classic upon its release. Still, greatness, or at least consistency, is expected of The Game.
What Your Life Like
What Your Life Like
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
The Game's album 1992 is set to arrive next Friday, October 14, almost exactly one year after the release of The Documentary 2. He's already shared a few songs from 1992, most notably his "92 Bars" diss track directed at Meek Mill. This morning, a track called "What Your Life Like" has surfaced on the internet.
Baby You
Baby You
The Game Feat. Jason Derulo
VERY HOTTTTT
After instigating a full-blown beef with Meek Mill, The Game is back to his regularly scheduled programming, the rollout of his forthcoming album 1992. Last night, The Game loosed "Baby You," a track off 1992 that is dripping in a saccharine '70s soul sample overlaid with wah guitar. The song is about falling in and out of love with a special girl with whom Game had a kid but ultimately left him hanging. "You had me fooled the whole time, now you got me in King of Diamonds giving these hoes time."
Ooouuu (Meeky Mouse Diss)
Ooouuu (Meeky Mouse Diss)
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
On Friday, seemingly out of nowhere, The Game sent shots Meek Mill's way and proceeded to liven up the blogosphere throughout the weekend that followed.
92 Bars (Meek Mill Diss)
92 Bars (Meek Mill Diss)
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
Things have quickly heated up between The Game and Meek Mill, the reasons of which are still pretty much unknown. As of now, we've really only heard from The Game, so we'll have to see what happens when/if Meek speaks up. 
True Colors/ It's On
True Colors/ It's On
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
On October 7 (or maybe now Oct. 14), The Game will release the follow up to his Block Wars album called 1992, which is expected to be an autobiographical effort inspired by his life, city & world he lived in when he was 12 years old coming into his teenage years.
#WHERESTHELOVE
#WHERESTHELOVE
Black Eyed Peas Feat. The World
VERY HOTTTTT
The Black Eyed Peas' 2003 single "Where is the Love?" is one of the most popular songs of the millenium. With humanity still hurting, Will.I.Am and the gang have engineered a remix called "#WHERESTHELOVE" featuring 50+ celebrities, including Quincy Jones, Justin Timberlake, A$AP Rocky, Mary J.
Sauce
Sauce
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
The Game is preparing his 1992 project, and today has shared a new track that may or may not be intended for the effort. "Sauce," is a rock-influenced track, featuring an inspired intro from DJ Khaled, who describes it as "some 1992 shit." Game then comes through with countless sauce puns, and some memorable jabs like "never had 5 mics in my life so fuck The Source though." Last we heard, Game's upcoming project will feature no guest appearances, which is an exciting prospect, as he's generally pretty liberal about features on his projects.
Get High
Get High
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
The Game is back with his second new track in the past week, following his protest record with Jeremih, "Let Me Know," a response to the recent violence that has seemed to hog all the headlines this summer.
Let Me Know
Let Me Know
The Game Feat. Jeremih
VERY HOTTTTT
The Game recently organized an anti-violence gang summit in L.A., and today, he's released a song that responds to recent instances of violence across the world, specifically, the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castille, the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, the officers killed in Dallas, and the tragedy in Nice, France. Sampling Aaliyah's "We Need A Resolution," the rapper searches for answers in an effort to better the world.
All The Way Up (Westside Remix)
All The Way Up (Westside Remix)
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. Snoop Dogg, The Game, E-40 & French Montana
VERY HOTTTTT
Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All The Way Up" has been a consistent presence in New York over the last few months, and judging by its chart placements, NY isn't the only place listening. Still, it always helps to have some regional talent on a record to get radio play elsewhere, and today, the "Westside Remix" of the record has done just that, adding verses from L.A.'s The Game, Long Beach's Snoop Dogg, and The Bay's E-40. They all bring their own flavor to the record, finding pockets NY rappers probably wouldn't even see on the beat. So is the beauty of regional styles.
Wrist Motion
Wrist Motion
Marcus Black Feat. The Game & Troy Ave
VERY HOTTTTT
Marcus Black makes quite the HNHH debut this afternoon. The rapper, who is one of The Game's proteges, comes through with a massive banger that features The Game, and another street-favorite Troy Ave. The trio come together over chaotic production from Bongo. Bongo's beat is a blend of old school scratches, piano keys, and hard-hitting drums. It's the perfect blend of old and new hip-hop sounds. 
All Eyez
All Eyez
The Game Feat. Jeremih
VERY HOTTTTT
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).
Death Row Chain
Death Row Chain
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
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.
Gang Signs
Gang Signs
The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
The Game has a new documentary series airing on A&E, titled "Streets of Compton," it's a three-part series that kicks off tonight (June 9th) at 9 PM ET/PT, followed by the second part at 10 PM, while the third and final segment airs June 16th at 9 PM ET/PT. The documentary "chronicles the city’s history and illustrates how the iconic music, culture and style that came out of the area in the ’80s and early ’90s were influenced by the drugs, gangs and political turmoil of the time.
Bad Boy On Death Row
Bad Boy On Death Row
Dave East Feat. The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
A week after his last track, "Dead Man Walking," Dave East is back with a strong new collab with The Game: "Bad Boy on Death Row." There's a good amount of kinship between the stylings of the Compton veteran and the Harlem youngster, and on "Bad Boy on Death Row," they come through with a smooth, purist piece of gangsta rap. The title is fitting.
Roped Off
Roped Off
The Game Feat. Problem & Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
The sheer number of rappers coming out the Long Beach/Compton section of Los Angeles is nothing short of incredible. There's a reason The Game calls his hood "Black Wall Street." He loves nothing more than linking up with his fellow South Central natives in the studio. Most recently he recruits Problem and Boogie for a smooth League of Starz-produced West Coast banger called "Roped Off." Boogie has been pretty quietly ever since he signed to Interscope last August. Hopefully that means he's been cooking up his debut album... guaranteed to set the streets on fire.
How We Do [Throwback]
How We Do [Throwback]
The Game Feat. 50 Cent
THROWBACK
Despite just how heralded their working relationship was, The Game and 50 Cent actually don't have a lot of collaborations together. After news circulated earlier this week citing a possible reunion between once-collaborators and friends, we got pretty excited, and decided for today's TBT song to bring back one of their few collaborations that appeared on The Game's debut album.
Mama
Mama
The Game Feat. Sonyae
VERY HOTTTTT
Like many others, The Game is mourning the loss of Afeni Shakur, and in tribute to the activist and mother to Tupac, he's released a track going out to mothers everywhere. "Mama" continues in the tradition of classic mom rap songs such as Kanye West's "Hey Mama," and of course, Tupac's "Hey Mama". In the final moments of the song, he sends out thoughts to his mother, Lynette Marie Baker, as well as Afeni. "I know you're happy you're with Pac now. I know he alright. He got his mama," letting the song ride out to a clip of "Dear Mama". 
Rest In Purple (Prince Tribute)
Rest In Purple (Prince Tribute)
The Game Feat. Lorine Chia
VERY HOTTTTT
The world lost a musical icon on Thursday when legendary singer, Prince, was found dead in his home studio in Minneapolis. Many fans, peers, and fellow artists immediately took to social media to give their condolences, but The Game decided to pay his respects on wax, releasing a new tribute record tonight fittingly called “Rest In Purple” featuring Lorine Chia .