The Game Songs

  • 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
  • Hit Em Hard
    Hit Em Hard
    We've received quite a few leaks from The Game's massive compilation album Year of the Wolf, and today we've received the latest one- a hard-hitting collaboration from a few hard rappers, including Bobby Shmurda, Freddie Gibbs and Skeme. Appropriately, it's called "Hit Em Hard." Skeme is one of the few artists Game recently signed to his Blood Money La Familia imprint.
  • Married To The Game
    Married To The Game
    Just a few minutes ago, we posted a track from The Game's upcoming Blood Money compilation Year Of The Wolf, and now yet another has surfaced. On the heels of the Lil Wayne and Chris brown-assisted "Fuck Yo Feelings" comes "Married To The Game," which features Game, French Montana, Sam Hook and DUBB.
  • Fuck Yo Feelings
    Fuck Yo Feelings
    The Game's steadily been dropping material from his Blood Money posse's upcoming compilation Year Of The Wolf, and today we receive what is certainly the biggest track we've heard from the project. "Fuck Yo Feelings" features Lil Wayne and Chris Brown.
  • Black On Black
    Black On Black
    The Game is getting ready to release his Year Of The Wolf album on October 14th, but before that arrives, we’ve got another leak for y'all tonight that’s surfaced online titled “Black On Black”, featuring Jeezy and Kevin Gates.
  • Really
    Really
    Although Kendrick Lamar has the West Coast covered this morning with his "i" single, The Game decides to drop off a new leak from his upcoming compilation album Year Of The Wolf. The new single, "Really," features Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy (on the hook) and T.I.
  • You Playin
    You Playin
    On "You Playin," the HNHH debut of Jae Murphy (who's Eric Bellinger's tour DJ), the DJ attempts to capitalize on two trends. The first, and most obvious, is the "This could be us, but you playing" meme, and the second is DJ Mustard's seemingly-endless reign over West Coast radio. Luckily, Murphy has an all star cast, consisting of The Game, Eric Bellinger and Problem, to back him up.
  • Awkward
    Awkward
    Everyone has suffered through their fair share of awkward moments in their lifetime, and Eric Bellinger is no exception to that rule. Featuring the one and only The Game, "Awkward" is anything but what the title suggests. Smooth and as radio-ready as anything else Bellinger has put out, the track serves as a sneak peak at what Choose Up Season has to offer when the tape drops on October 1st.
  • Tuesday (Remix)
    Tuesday (Remix)
    In just a few short weeks, iLoveMakonnen went from being an underground emcee from Atlanta to becoming the latest signee to Drake's OVO Sound. The internet was listening and, apparently, so was The Game. Adding an auto-tuned soaked verse to Drake's official remix, the Compton emcee offers listeners an uncharacteristically lighthearted verse focused on the taking it from the club to the bedroom. How's everyone feeling about Game's addition here? Would you like to hear more auto-tuned verses from him in the future? Share your thoughts in the comments section. 
  • Don't Shoot
    Don't Shoot
    Today we've got a slew of rappers, both underground and mainstream, teaming up for an important message on "Don't Shoot." The record comes in the wake of Mike Brown's tragic death, who was shot six times by police officer Darren Wilson although he was unarmed. Even if you don't watch the news, there's no way you could avoid this in the media as Ferguson, MO has become a focal point. "Don't Shoot" rounds up features from Game, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT.
  • What You Want
    What You Want
    On September 30th, Game and his friends will release a compilation entitled Year Of The Wolf. Today, we've got the first cut from the tape: "What You Want." Tyga and Pharaoh Jackson both do work on the Jereme Jay-produced track. Opening with some choice bars by Tyga, the song goes on to be dominated by Jackson's singing. Game himself doesn't appear on the track, but it was released on his SoundCloud and will appear on the compilation that he's spearheading. 
  • Ridin' Thru My City
    Ridin' Thru My City
    If you thought you'd seen the last of Rich Boy, think again. We haven't heard a new song from Alabama's chief "Balla Life" representative since April of last year, but today, he returns in a big way. "Ridin' Thru The City" features a monster beat from Hit-Boy and a monster verse from Game, both acting to cement Rich Boy's triumphant comeback.
  • Beautiful
    Beautiful
    Yesterday Jeezy unveiled the tracklist for his upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography which is dropping on September 2nd. With Jay Z appearing on the first single "Seen It All", we can also expect appearances from Akon, T.I., YG, Lil Boosie, Future and more. This morning the Snowman decides to release the Rick Ross & Game-featured "Beautiful" on his Soundcloud. 
  • Or Nah
    Or Nah
    Though a Ty Dolla $ign/Wiz Khalifa song by the same name is currently dominating the airwaves, "Or Nah" is now also the name of a seemingly unrelated song by Game. Featuring Too Short, Problem, AV & Eric Bellinger, this posse cut is the second new Game cut we've gotten in the past few weeks, preceded by "Bigger Than Me." With its bootylicious artwork and lyrical similarities to Dolla $ign's song (basically: "are you down to fuck or nah?"), "Or Nah" is Game's bid for a club banger, and with a strong supporting cast, he may get there.
  • Bigger Than Me
    Bigger Than Me
    Game wastes no time in kicking off the roll out for his newly-announced album BLOOD MONEY LA FAMILIA, to be released independently as a joint venture with eOne. After finishing up his Interscope contract, the West Coast mainstay decided not to sign with another major label as many artists are doing these days.
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