On the dawn of the arrival of rapper Game's forth studio album his buzz is as great as ever. The West coast native made his way in the game originally under rapper 50 cent and his G-Unit camp. This also symbolized Games first rap confrontation. Three albums later his equity in the game is as high as ever. Capturing attention with his rebellious attitude there is no wonder he is considered "The angry rapper". In recent history Game has addressed issues with rap mogul Jay-Z. Game claimed he didn't like the advice Jay gave him in a night club some time back.
Never the less The game's 4th album is upon us. The Red Album, suggest gang symbolism as well as cultural depictions. The album offers a West coast sound with a universal appeal. Parental advisory is required for this one if couldn't tell. The feature list is quite extensive including Dr. Dre, Snoop dogg, Lil Wayne, Drake, Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, Big Boi, Lloyd, Mario, Beanie Sigel, Chris Brown, and new comer Kendrick Lamar.
Game- Speakers on Blast Ft. (Big Boi & E-40)