Buy "1992" album by The Game

As Game rediscovered his inner fire throughout 2016, he used personal memories of 1992 to create this cinematic autobiography. In part, the album is a love letter to his formative years, and it’s a treat to hear the rapper joyride vintage West Coast beats on “True Colors / It’s On,” “Bompton,” and “F**k Orange Juice.” While the story deepens with the anguish and regret of “Young N**as,” “92 Bars” reminds hip-hop fans of a diss track’s brutal purpose: decapitation via verses. Advertisements Continue reading Buy "1992" album by The Game

The Game talks about why he chose to name his album ‘1992’

The Game talks about his beef with Meek Mill and Sean Kingston, the disrespectful lines in “Pest Control”, his new album 1992, patching things up with 50 Cent, did his cars get shot up in Miami and much more… Continue reading The Game talks about why he chose to name his album ‘1992’