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On the lead single off his critically and Booth-acclaimed new album, Game recruited four of his most eminent musical colleagues for a Celebration of the things that make his day-to-day existence dope as f**k, with a special emphasis on weed and whips. But there’s another blessing in his life so big that it deserved a star-studded record of its own—namely, a certain Lady who’s All That and a family-size bag of Doritos. The next single off Jesus Piece sees Jayceon Taylor, Lil Wayne, Big Sean and Fabolous coming together to pay homage to the women in their lives over a soulful instrumental by Cool & Dre. Topped off with a heartfelt chorus from Jeremih, this record is just one of many bangers to be found on the headliner’s fifth full-length, out now via DGC/Interscope.
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Written by richard on 11/1/13
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