The Game has been a face of the West Coast for years now. Since he came on the scene in the mid 2000's, the rapper has made sure that he represented not only Compton but California as a whole. After all, Dr. Dre did play a major role in his success. So it shouldn't come as any surprise that the Compton rapper has released his new song "Heaven 4 A Gangster" on the day that marks 2Pac's 21st death anniversary.
The Game's comes through with full aggression on "Heaven 4 a Gangster." As someone with a few years and a few albums under his belt, The Game has made his way to an OG among the newer rappers. Game takes a moment on this song to address the current state of where hip hop music is compared to during his come-up. Over some booming production, he hones his inner Tupac to address what hip hop has come to and what the late legend may have thought about hip hop's current climate. As for most of Game's musical endeavors, he comes through fearless while he speaks his mind. Even using some interesting wordplay to reference some of the hottest rappers in the game including Lil Yachty, Migos and Lil Uzi Vert.
The Game's latest effort is to be included on A&E's upcoming "Who Killed Tupac?" docuseries. Even 21 years after his passing, the question is still unanswered. The docuseries is a six hour limited series. Civil rights attorney, Benjamin Crump will be leading intensive investigations throughout the series, digging deep into the theories behind his death and the show will also focus on different aspects of Pac's life that may have played a role in his death.
As we await Game's upcoming album, hopefully this song serves as a sneak peek of what we could expect from his final album, Westside Story.
I done been on Lil Yachts
Shot crips with Lil Uzi's
Got bricks from the Migos
And my bitch is bad & boujee