How did Drake’s YOLO catch a no-go? Was that Rihanna showing more skin? What’s got India.Arie so mad? How what did The Game have a change of “art” about? The answers to these questions and more with the top five stories you need to know about before the week is out.
The Game has released the official artwork for his Jesus Piece album, which is different than the controversial depiction of Jesus Christ that will appear on the deluxe edition of his set.
Veteran California rapper The Game recently talked with WPGC’s Peter Parker about balancing religion with the streets, music and his family.
The Game, whose forthcoming Jesus Piece album (and artwork) has fans buzzing, took some time to shine some light on fellow Compton California rapper, and Dr. Dre protege Kendrick Lamar.
Why are people raising hell about The Game’s Jesus Piece album art? Is Lil Wayne okay? And who is Stevie Wonder singing “Happy Birthday” to now? The answers to these questions and more with the top five stories you need to know about before the week is out.
The Game now finds himself responding to an onslaught of negative criticism following the release of the cover art for his upcoming album “Jesus Piece.”
Which Bad Boy rapper has joined team Romney? What’s got Nelly smoking mad? Is that you Gunplay? The answers to these questions and more with the top five stories you need to know about before the week is out (and the videos you missed).
With the second Presidential debate on deck, The Game has joined the ranks of rappers for Obama, while defending the newly minted Mitt Romney supporter Stacey Dash.
The Game, a self-described gangster rapper, has seen the light. The controversial MC recently explained why he turned to God as the inspiration for his new album.
The Insane Clown Posse’s 13th Annual Gathering of The Juggalos festival has been announced and includes a diverse, if unlikely, collection of rap groups alongside the festival’s subversive regulars. The Game will be performing with a grab bag of rapper reunion crews such as the Fat Boys, the Pharcyde and the Geto Boys at Cave-In-Rock, Illinois event.