The Game Visits Big Boy, Drops New Song "Let Me Know" On Air
We just posted an interview T.I. did with HOT 97 that was very much focused on social problems in America, and now we have another interview on the topic from another rapper with an influential voice, The Game. The Game hit up Big Boy's radio show out in the West Coast where he not only spoke on the recent bout of police killing innocent black men, he premiered new music that also touches on the matter.
The Game Recites Spoken Word Poem On Race In America On Power 106
Politics are at the forefront of everyone’s thoughts these days, and The Game has been among the most vocal rappers voicing his opinion. Today, the Compton rapper appeared on the Los Angeles radio station Power 106 to read an untitled poem he had written late the previous night. A sample transcription is below:
The Game & Problem Roast Rich Homie Quan For Forgetting Biggie Lyrics
The Game & Problem
During an appearance on TMZ's "Raq Rants" Tueday, The Game and Problem addressed Rich Homie Quan's failure to recite Notorious B.I.G.'s verse from "Get Money" while performing alongside Lil Kim at Monday's VH1 Hip Hop Honors.
Watch The Game Spit "Breakfast Bars" Over "All The Way Up"
The Game recently worked himself back into the summer rotation in a big way, dropping a new album, Streets of Compton -- the accompanying soundtrack to his A&E documentary series of the same name, as well as new single, "All Eyez," featuring Jeremih and produced by Scott Storch. This morning, he stopped by Power 106 in his hometown and was asked by J Cruz to drop off some "breakfast bars."
The Game Talks “Streets Of Compton” Documentary, New Music, & More On Big Boy
To promote the upcoming "Streets of Compton" documentary on A&E & its coinciding soundtrack, The Game made his way over to LA's Real 92.3 on Friday morning to chop it up with Big Boy. Sitting down for a lengthy 33-minute interview, the Compton rapper talked about the documentary, Compton, ganglife, the come up of the Williams sisters, getting in trouble with the law, family & children, Prince wanting to jump on the hook of “My Life,” and whole lot more. Check it all out above.
The Game Feat. Problem, Boogie "Roped Off" Video
The Game Feat. Problem & Boogie
A day after announcing the tracklist for Streets of Compton, The Game returns with the video for the project's first single "Roped Off."
Word On The Street: The Game Vs. Stitches
The Game & Stitches
At last, The Game has agreed to fight Stitches. Stitches first has to defeat one of Game's cronies #WhiteboyVsWhiteboy, but should he vanquish the other whiteboy, The Game v. Stitches has the makings of the #FightOfTheCentury, with spectacle and drama far surpassing that of #MayPac.
The Game Feat. Joe Moses, Jay 305, Ty Dolla $ign, RJ (OMMIO), Mitchy Slick "My Flag/ Da Homies" Video
The Game Feat. Joe Moses, Jay 305, Ty Dolla $ign & RJ (OMMIO)
Taking a break from the 1992 mixtape campaign, The Game decides to revisit his latest body of work, The Documentary 2.5, and share the official video for his DJ Mustard-produced record “My Flag/ Da Homies” featuring Jay 305, Ty Dolla $ign, RJ, Mitchy Slick, & Joe Moses.
The Game Reenacts Stitches' Knockout At Recent Concert
It's been 10 days since The Game gleefully watched his manager, Wack 100, knock out Stitches, with whom he had been engaged in a nasty Instagram beef.
The Game Caught By Fans After Stage Fall
When you've been performing regularly for a decade, a stage fall is bound to happen -- it's just a matter of how serious it's going to be. The Game's performance in Downey this weekend could have ended badly, but luckily, his fans were close enough to make sure his fall passed off as more of a stage dive.
Footage Of Stitches Getting Jumped By His Own Crew Surfaces
If you thought Stitches could not humiliate himself any further, then think again.
The Game Plays "This Or That"
Before he dropped the nuclear bomb that was The Documentary 2, The Game came by our office to partake in our "This or That" segment. The Chronic or The Chronic: 2001? On a girl, Tattoos or piercings? Instagram or Twitter? His answers will shock and amaze you, and ultimately give you a better sense of The Game the dude as opposed to The Game the rapper.
The Game Freestyles Over “Hate Or Love It” On Skee TV
The Game continues to hit the promo market in support of his latest album The Documentary 2. After stopping by our HNHH headquarters last week for an exclusive chat (see below), the Compton emcee made his way by SKEE TV to serve as the show’s latest musical guest.
The Game "The Making Of The Documentary 2" Video
The Game's long-awaited album, The Documentary 2, just dropped and before he goes on to release The Documentary 2.5 at the end of the week, he has decided to release an actual "documentary," giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the recording sessions that went into his latest body of work.
The Game Sends More Shots At Stitches In Power 106 Freestyle
The Game loves to drop radio freestyles, and when he steps up to the mic, you know you're either going to get a dense written verse or some authentically off-the-dome bars. On Power 106 today, he went the latter route, and while he kept things spontaneous, he still managed to throw some shade at Florida rapper Stitches -- who he wnet back and forth on Instagram with the other day.
The Game On Why L.A. Has Outlasted NYC Since The Birth Of Gangsta Rap
The Game dropped his long-awaited sixth studio album, The Documentary 2, today, and in conjunction with the release, we present the second part of our "Documentary 2" interview series, in which Game situates the album within the canon of L.A. gangsta rap.
The Game Talks Working With Drake (His Neighbor!) On "100"
In a recent visit to HNHH offices, The Game explained how he recruited Drake for soulful Documentary 2 lead single "100." Game's initial vision for his collab with Drake was somewhat different from how it turned out...
The Game Gives Crips & Bloods History Lesson, Talks Working With Nas
The Game's NYC press tour ahead of The Documentary 2 continues as he sits down with Mass Appeal to discuss gang history in LA, what it was like working with Nas and Dr. Dre on the album, and much more. The Game explains why he doesn't just rock red ("I like blue. Shit is a cool color") and gives an awesome history lesson on the genesis of the Bloods vs Crips rivalry in Los Angeles, which dates back to 1972. He says he'll fold gang history into a skit on his album.
The Game On The Breakfast Club
Here goes yet another interview with The Game, this time coming from Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club. We do hear Game and the trio discuss a few similiar topics that were addressed during the Hot 97 interview, including the whole Karrueche Instagram debacle, when The Game stirred up some feelings, inadvertently, by 'liking' a few Karrueche pictures.
The Game On Hot 97
The Game is currently in NYC, as you might have noticed. The rapper is pumping out the press for his highly anticipated follow-up to his phenomenal debut, The Documentary. The album is slated for release on October 9th, and it was just revealed yesterday that The Documentary 2 is actually a double disc-- Game does reveal this at the end of this Hot 97 interview too.