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Thursday, 29 September 2016

MUSIC: THE GAME "Pest Control" / New Album "1992" out on October 14th

The Game has released an accompanying video for his much-talked about Meek Mill diss Pest Control.

The highlight of their intensive social media war so far has been the song 92 Bars, which will appear on the forthcoming The Game album “1992“, dropping on October 14th via Ca$h Machine Records (Amazon, iTunes, Google Play). After Meek Mill reacted with his “OOOUUU“ freestyle, The Gamecountered with his own version of the Young M.A hit. The result goes by the name of “Pest Control“ and is a six minute verbal assault on Meek Mill, which also mentions Nicki Minaj (“Keep it 100, you Nicki Minaj sideshow“) and fires som shots at Beanie Sigel, who also appeared on Meek´s diss track (“Take Beans back to rehab / On Instagram looking like a motherfucking beanbag“).

Just before the beef started, the first official single of “1992“ was released: “True Colors / It´s On“ is based on the 1988 Ice-T classic “Colors“. We will see if Meek Mill adds another one in reaction to Pest Control or if The Game´s new video marks the end of the beef.

01. Savage Lifestyle
02. True Colors/It's On
03. Bompton
04. Fuck Orange Juice 
05. The Juice
06. Young Niggas
07. The Soundtrack
08. I Grew Up On Wu-Tang
09. However Do You Want It
10. Baby You
11. What Your Life Like
12. 92 Bars
13. All Eyez (feat. Jeremih) [Bonus Track]

Last year, The Game crashed the European album charts in two consecutive weeks with the Documentary 2 & 2.5 sets. This year, he took on a few ambitious side projects including the A&E documentary special “Streets Of Compton”, which he narrated and was featured in. Along with the A&E special, he released the companion soundtrack album “Streets Of Compton”; he also ventured into the gaming world with “Block Wars“, a gaming app in conjunction with a soundtrack album of the same name. To close out this rather ambitious year, game once again sets his sights on a full time commitment to music via “1992” ~ an album not only intended as the full on sequel to the historic “Documentary 2” sets ~ but also fondly inspired by his affection for artists like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and 2Pac, all discovered and eventually signed to Death Row, which was founded in 1992.