How do you top a freestyle as epic as 400 Bars, the third in a series begun with 200 Bars and continued with 300 Bars? I’ll give you three guesses, and the first two don’t count. Premiered yesterday via our friends at Complex, Daytona 500 (500 Bars) finds the Compton repper dropping 20-plus minutes of straight rhymes over the beat from Kanye & Hova‘s Otis. Still craving more? Then be sure to pick up Game’s long-delayed R.E.D. Album when it hits stores next Tuesday, the 23rd.
Written by richard on 08/16/11
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