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Video: The Game Speaks to Mixtape Daily

“If you going by current status of the artist’s music, then, I mean, I gotta exceed,” Game said. “This album is the most lyrical of them all, this album is the most lyrical album, period, point blank. I can say that about The R.E.D. Album.”

Everybody is talking about Game and his disses toward Jay-Z, but what about the music? What about the actual songs where he talks about different topics and shows his reach as an MC à la “Letter to the King,” “Hate It or Love It” or even “How We Do”? The Compton rap fanatic said he’s got it all covered in his new LP, due later this year.

“The R.E.D. Album is a little soulful,” he said, sitting in an L.A. studio recently. “But I think that The R.E.D. Album takes you. … It’s crazy because it could be pre-Documentary, and it could be post-R.E.D. Album, like it’s early and late. It’s early and late, so it’s just on time. If you could understand that. It’s like I’m raw. Like [on] some of the songs my flow is as raw as before I got with Dre.”

As raw as they are, Game said the records are coming out very musical.

“Then the songs are so big and melodic and so music-filled that you could tell that I’ve been around for a while,” he said. “So, you know, that’s the vibe and it’s soulful, but it’s still right where you need it to be. It’s not too sample-heavy and not just that soulful where it takes away from what I do, and it isn’t gonna bore you or tire you out. This album is going to be incredible, man, and I would say it’s going to be my best album.”

Game did acknowledge that he’s said every album is going to be his “best.”

“I just don’t want to do that anymore,” he said. “I’m just going to say it’s going to be a great album, man. … The whole theme behind it is just ‘rededicated.’ That’s what the ‘red’ stands for. Some people think it stands for blood or red, but that’s not the case. This album is rededicated to where I’m from, rededicated to my fans, rededicated to music, to my people, rededicated to you guys, rededicated to just the game in general, man. The things I’ve been recording as of late, man, have just been so catastrophic, man. I can’t even begin to tell you that it’s going to be dope.”

If he’s not lying about this, I’d be looking forward to this. “Letter to the King” was pretty fucking crazy.

Link: Game Declares R.E.D. Album The ‘Most Lyrical’ LP In Rap [MTV]

Previously: The Game Interview w/ Da Boodah Brothers Show (Audio)


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45 Responses to “Video: The Game Speaks to Mixtape Daily”

  1. snort_snortcrazy88since88 Says:

    KILLA!

  2. Big Homie Says:

    Groupie

  3. jdollaz12 Says:

    @joe88…good lookin out kid. bout to hit these books, and i’mma give it a spin on the ride tonight. i’ll hit u with some feedback asap.

  4. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Nestle Snipes Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:20 pm
    why wyclef dressing like its 92?

    ***Better than dressing like it’s ‘09- tight jeans/Leroy from “Fame” lookin’ sweatpants with no pockets (c) Sean Price, bright colored hoodie, clunky looking kicks, mohawk, lol…

  5. snort_snortcrazy88since88 Says:

    Everybody is talking about Game and his disses toward Jay-Z, but what about the music? What about the actual songs where he talks about different topics and shows his reach as an MC à la “Letter to the King,” “Hate It or Love It” or even “How We Do”? The Compton rap fanatic said he’s got it all covered in his new LP, due later this year.

    ^^^
    Uh, that was 50 & 50… that was like 10 years ago fool.

  6. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    the Game= good musician, generally wack in every possible way as a human being

  7. G_Sofrito about to change my name to G_Pernil Says:

    *reads*

  8. Black Says:

    The Misogyny, Minstrelsy, and Materialism contained in most popular radio and TV hits is unlikely to give way to socially constructive music for one specific reason: Fans. Are. The. New. Record. Labels.

    Who needs middle-age White men in suits lecturing you about the music young Black, Latino, and suburban White kids want to listen to, when the fans themselves have chosen Soulja Boy over Slick Rick, Lil’ Wayne over Lupe Fiasco, and T-Pain over Talib Kweli? The implications are obvious.

    ^^^true, fans definitely need to take some responsibility for the bullshit.

  9. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    no Joe 88 posts on Nah, yet?

  10. London Bloke Says:

    as raw as before I got with Dre

    ^

    Steady On!

  11. Big Homie Says:

    the Game= good musician, generally wack in every possible way as a human being

    ^ Cosign. You took that right out of my mouth

  12. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    G_Sofrito about to change my name to G_Pernil Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:23 pm
    *reads*

    ***reading is for lames (c) Curtis

  13. London Bloke Says:

    no Joe 88 posts on Nah, yet?

    ^

    Co-sign. Joe88 for NAH!

  14. Geronimo P Says:

    Game is a fucking peon. BUt he can rap…

  15. baby jesus Says:

    tight jeans/Leroy from “Fame” lookin’

    ^(c) jim jones

  16. Joe 88 Says:

    @Ghost

    I send you the second track. It runs after for a minute, but let me know what you think

    In other words, CHECK YA EMAIL

    lol

  17. Beezy aka Runs Like Kenya, Diamonds Like Mozambique Says:

    we gotta start a collection to get post money for Joe…eskay raping these young artists today, monetarily and literally

  18. G_Sofrito about to change my name to G_Pernil Says:

    If he’s not lying about this, I’d be looking forward to this. “Letter to the King” was pretty fucking crazy.
    ^
    THIS.

  19. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    baby jesus Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:24 pm
    tight jeans/Leroy from “Fame” lookin’

    ^
    (c) jim jones

    ***Did Jim Jones say it, or does that describe him? LOL…I (c)’d Sean Price, because he said some shit like that on D.I.R.T.- forgot what the song is called but the hook goes, “Since you disrespecting the game, me and my nigga disrespecting you lames”…

  20. Seth Gueko Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=KPZBVQN_evE
    The Dan Band – Candy Shop (fiddy cent’s cover)
    after Kno of CunninLynguists – “Caucasian”
    youtube.com/watch?v=YcVEDCqKNz0 for the love of the lol
    but now heard dat dope cover here
    The Rodeo ft. Olympic – Amazing
    zshare.net/audio/631959926771104a/
    yes

  21. Black Says:

    Uhh… he got murdered on “How We Do” and “Hate it or Love it” by 50. Also that “reach” he has an emcee on those records is nonexistant considering those were not his records/concepts originally.

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    London Bloke Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:24 pm
    no Joe 88 posts on Nah, yet?

    ^

    Co-sign. Joe88 for NAH!

    ^Double co-sign

  23. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    eskay raping these young artists today, monetarily and literally

    ***”No, chris noooooo”….Razz b lookin’ ass nigga!

  24. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Uhh… he got murdered on “How We Do” and “Hate it or Love it” by 50.

    ***i thought he did his part on those records…50’s signature was all over those tracks, but Game wasn’t drowned out (nhjic)

  25. CiCi The Intern Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    July 28th, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    London Bloke Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:24 pm
    no Joe 88 posts on Nah, yet?

    ^

    Co-sign. Joe88 for NAH!

    ^Double co-sign
    ^^^

    Can I be the campaign manager?

  26. baby jesus Says:

    @ ike
    it was describing jones @ his broadway play

    tinyurl.com/5rxu4p

  27. Joe 88 Says:

    lol @ smh @ me being compared to cormega

    As much as I love mega (pause) & grew up on his music from my teenage years, i’m nothing like dude.

  28. jdollaz12 Says:

    @joe88…couldn’t help but peep the first two tracks. that outstanding joint is on point. nice melodic hook w/ that sample. all three verses were tight. shit, excited to hear the rest. might have to knock it drivin around b-more on fri..comin through for that o’s and sox game.

  29. Nestle Snipes Says:

    where can i get that polo button up game is wearing?

  30. Black Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:28 pm
    Uhh… he got murdered on “How We Do” and “Hate it or Love it” by 50.

    ***i thought he did his part on those records…50’s signature was all over those tracks, but Game wasn’t drowned out (nhjic)

    ^^ he was cool but 50 outshined him. Gotta give him credit though he has improved steadily, i think the first time i heard him was his very first Joe Budden diss. Back then i didn’t think he even knew how to rap.

  31. Joe 88 Says:

    you hate me? Feelings like wise, no surprise
    we’re not the same breed, can’t see eye to eye
    we walk a different road, shoes aint the same size
    you don’t play by the same rules that we play by

  32. Nestle Snipes Says:

    If Nas was a street dude….than he’d be Cormega…

  33. snort_snortcrazy88since88 Says:

    wait, is that nigga in a Button up?

  34. Joe 88 Says:

    jdollaz12 Says:
    July 28th, 2009 at 12:32 pm
    @joe88…couldn’t help but peep the first two tracks. that outstanding joint is on point. nice melodic hook w/ that sample. all three verses were tight. shit, excited to hear the rest. might have to knock it drivin around b-more on fri..comin through for that o’s and sox game.

    ^Thanks. I’m just glad you gave it a honest listen, if you see a nigga with a O’s hat on north ave, holla at ya boy, lol

  35. cOLD Says:

    joe I think I gave you the wrong email, its grippedup @ gmail.com

  36. Nestle Snipes Says:

    Game’s Homosexual Obsession
    1. Dr. Dre…..(This dude basically has an album where he talks about Dre on every song…)
    2. Jay-Z…..(always sneak dissing him, rapping about Jay-Z)
    3. 50 Cent….self explanatory…

  37. Ghost Writer Says:

    @ Ghost
    my nigga always says it’s bullshit that beatmakers don’t like the beats they make…..his argument is why would you take time to continue building on something you don’t like…..it’s hard to explain but you do have to somewhat like your music otherwise you wouldn’t waste time doing it.

    ^
    Yo yeah that makes sense…see I keep doing it because I always feel like I can do better than before….so I always try to do better than my last…

  38. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    ^^ he was cool but 50 outshined him. Gotta give him credit though he has improved steadily, i think the first time i heard him was his very first Joe Budden diss. Back then i didn’t think he even knew how to rap.

    ***When he first came out, doing press for the Documentary, he said that he had only been rapping for a year and a half…”rapping is just fast talking” (c) Marbury, lol…

  39. Nestle Snipes Says:

    Jay-Z did the button up swag in 2003….Game is late.

  40. Joe 88 Says:

    cOLD Says:
    July 28th, 2009 at 12:36 pm
    joe I think I gave you the wrong email, its grippedup @ gmail.com

    ^I just sent it, the song was never finished , that’s why it doesn’t have a hook, but let me know what you think of the beat/lyrics, etc

    So in other words, check ya email, lol

  41. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    LF, but SMH @ my ex, trying to get @ a nigga…talking about she’d be cool with jumpoff status….roiiiiiiiiiiiiiight (c) Dr. Evil….not falling for that bullshit..she still looks good, though….***shrugs***

    ***Dedicates Drake’s “You the Best” to ol’ girl, with my own personal DJ tags saying, “Second” between “the” and “best”***

  42. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Nestle Snipes Says:

    July 28th, 2009 at 12:37 pm
    Jay-Z did the button up swag in 2003….Game is late.

    ***Contrary to popular belief, some niggas was dressing like grown ups before Jay-Z mesmorized them into doing so (none)….how many jerseys can a nigga rock before you want to switch it up, anyways? LOL..

  43. cOLD Says:

    So in other words, check ya email, lol

    ^ peeping,… beat is dope

  44. cOLD Says:

    did I hear a lil AZ in there on that final bar…

  45. ironduke Says:

    the red album

    because black was taken and the redprint was too obvious you bastards

    soowwoo i am so a gangster

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