Watch The Game Spit "Breakfast Bars" Over "All The Way Up"

Posted by , Jun 23, 2016 at 05:06pm

The Game was ready bright and early today, as he crushed a quick "Breakfast Bars" freestyle over the Terror Squad's "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 beat he was given was a New York one, Terror Squad's surprise smash hit "All the Way Up." Just yesterday, funnily enough, Game appeared on the official "Westside" remix of "All the Way Up," alongside Snoop Dogg and E-40 as well as the rest of the Uptowners who created the original. Though Game has been a part of some freestyle controversies in the past, he didn't repeat his verse from yesterday's remix and, instead, dropped off an entirely new set of bars over the Cool & Dre production. 

The Game was ready bright and early today, as he crushed a quick "Breakfast Bars" freestyle over the Terror Squad's "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 beat he was given was a New York one, Terror Squad's surprise smash hit "All the Way Up." Just yesterday, funnily enough, Game appeared on the official "Westside" remix of "All the Way Up," alongside Snoop Dogg and E-40 as well as the rest of the Uptowners who created the original. Though Game has been a part of some freestyle controversies in the past, he didn't repeat his verse from yesterday's remix and, instead, dropped off an entirely new set of bars over the Cool & Dre production. 

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