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. Additional exclusive interviews with current and former Compton residents include actress Niecy Nash, comedian Paul Rodriguez and musicians Lil Eazy-E, DJ Yella, Arabian Prince, DJ Speed, Tha Chill, MC Eiht, AD, Payso and Problem. The Game’s mother Lynette Baker, father G.A. Taylor and manager Cash Jones as well as Venus and Serena Williams’ father Richard Williams and former Black Panther Robert Johnson are also interviewed. Other Compton notables featured in the docuspecial include Mayor Aja Brown, former mayors Omar Bradley and Eric Perrodin; former Compton Councilwoman Patricia Moore, members of the Compton police department gang unit; gang experts and many more."
To go along with this mini-series for A&E, The Game has a new soundtrack coming out on June 17th (of the same name). Ahead of tonight's episode, we get to hear a new record from the soundtrack, "Gang Signs."