+ The Game has sold over 20 million albums worldwide
+ Guest features by Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, French Montana amongst others
+ Best known for representing west coast hip hop to the fullest & for being one of Dr. Dre’s most notable protégés
+ Facebook 7.2M “Likes” https://www.facebook.com/thegame
+ Twitter 1.15M “Followers” https://twitter.com/thegame
+ Instagram: 2,35M “Followers” http://instagram.com/whenarichniggawantyou
+ Limited Edition Box Set incl. CD, Bonus CD, T-Shirt Size L, Poster and Sticker
Signed to Dr. Dre in the early 2000s, Game exploded on the music scene in 2004 as the most dynamic member of 50 Cent’s G-Unit collective. With the release of Game’s debut album, 2005’s blockbuster The Documentary, the rapper became the first platinum artist to emerge from the West Coast in several years.
From there, Game broke out on his own, delivering a seemingly endless string of mixtapes and recording his acclaimed The Doctor’s Advocate album without either Dr. Dre’s or 50 Cent’s involvement. The 2006 release featured the hit singles ‘It’s Okay (One Blood)’ and ‘Wouldn’t Get Far,’ demonstrating that Game was a star in his own right.
Game’s charisma helped him make a seamless transition to acting. He delivered a lauded performance in the 2006 film Waist Deep with Tyrese Gibson and Meagan Good before sharing the screen in 2008 with Keanu Reeves and Chris Evans in the critically acclaimed cop drama Street Kings.
As Game made inroads in Hollywood, he’s remained rooted in the streets. His third album, 2008’s LAX, solidified his status as one of rap’s premier artists, while his next album, 2011’s The R.E.D. Album, became his third album to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Now with his Marrying The Game reality show airing on VH1, Game is ready to show once again that music remains his first creative love. His new album “Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf” looks to be the next masterpiece to add to his collection of hit records.
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