The Game Unleashes Fiery Freestyle For L.A. Leakers

It’s like The Game is back with more bubble sticks.

As we prepare to release his long-awaited album Drillmatic – Heart Vs. The next month, the Compton rapper stopped by Power 106’s L.A. Leakers, demonstrating his impressive freestyle skills once again.

It began by naming former G-Unit members and Nipsey Hussle over an original rhythm produced by Hit-Boy.

“Y’all ni**as got me fu**ed up / Ni**as must think I’m Lloyd Banks or Young Buck / Don’t press your dumb luck / I got my gun tucked,” he raps. “‘Cause I don’t like how ni**as did Nip / I guess it’s time to show these ni**as what it is.”

And he didn’t come to play games, boasting about his top 5 status. “Ain’t no competition, so Kendrick went to Africa / Ain’t no competition Cole went and got his baskets up,” said Game. “But I’m here masking up, with the masking tape, fiends knocking on the door, we closed, don’t ask for Ye / You see the Aftermath chain, then don’t ask for Dre / I’m a legend now, f**k when I pass away.”

During his 5-minute flow, he also compared himself to Eminem, who he’s called out in recent interviews. “I’m the Black Slim Shady / I’ve been killing them lately.”

Drillmatic drops Aug. 12. The 30-track album, which Game has declared his “best album to date,” is expected to feature Kanye West, Lil Wayne, G Herbo, NBA YoungBoy, Chris Brown, Chlöe Bailey, and more.

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The Game Brings Out Kanye West At L.A. Show

It was a legendary night in Los Angeles where The Game and Kanye West met.

Ye surprised the crowd during Game‘s Drillmatic album release show on The Novo on Friday night, July 8. Wearing a black mask on his face and a hoodie with a bomber jacket, Ye took to the stage to perform his “Eazy” collaboration for the first time since Ye’s “Donda Experience” movie in Miami in February.

The game also showed its gratitude to Ye for his support. “It’s my first time performing with my brother,” he said. “He doesn’t come to sing any songs. He was clear about it. He came for his brother.”

 

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