L.A. was turnt up last night as The Game threw a special one off concert to celebrate his classic 2005 LP The Documentary turning ten years old. Many faces were in attendance and certain names such as O.T. Genasis, Tyga, Marsha Ambrosius and loads more joined Game on stage, most notably though was Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar who were both greeted by tremendous applauds from the crowd. Highlights of the night can be found below.
Although Game isn’t apart of Interscope Records anymore but signed with Cash Money in between time he released the official video for “All That (Lady)”. The song is featured on his Jesus Piece album which was released last year. Looks like Fabolous & Lil Wayne couldn’t make the shoot but they’re featured in the record as well.
Jayceon Taylor, also known as “The Game”, has seen success recently with his released album, “Jesus Piece’ and his reality show. Now, he and his manager Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd want to leverage his mainstream success to help him evolve from a rapper to more of a business mogul. In this sitdown interview with the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins, the Game, Kidd and producer DJ Skee talk about The Game’s journey to success and what it will take for him to make the transition from one of rap’s most feared and fearless personas to mogul. They also discuss his ongoing rivalries with rappers such as 50 Cent and 40 Glocc and his level of openness to the possibilities of resolving the differences between members of his former group, the G-Unit, and a G-Unit reunion.
Game is making stops everywhere promoting his new Jesus Piece album, he even paid a visit to Howard Stern’s show and talked about a bunch of new stuff. He discusses his new reality show, relationships with various celebrities, and more – Interviews with Howard are like The Breakfast Club, except a littttle bit more interesting.
On November 29th, Jayceon released this track entitled “Judas Closet,” which features Nipsey Hussle. Today we get the official/CDQ/final version of the Timbaland produced track. Good gracious, why didn’t this track make Jesus Piece.
Oh the irony of 187 talk over another Sunday Service from Game – Featuring the Compton homie Kendrick Lamar, he enlists OG Scarface to lay down a smooth new record in line with his Jesus Piece album, dropping on Tuesday.