Lately Game’s been more up and down than the faultlines of his home state. His last solo feature I’m the King was almost unanimously panned by Booth Nation, and then the next day his verse on posse cut Favorite DJ (Remix) was widely considered to be the best. So where does new release Ferrari Lifestyle land? Produced by D.A., who crafts an eminently smooth and symphonic beat, and aided by an as-yet unidentified singer, true to its title Ferrari Lifestyle is high class. On the opening verse Fabolous starts off the festivities with some typically punchline and pop-culture reference heavy bars (which one of them is Crockett and which one is Tubbs?), while on the two closing verses Game lays down some solid mic work, touching on everything from his Jay Leno-esque car collection to coming into the game alongside Loso way back in 2004. So how about it Booth – is Game back on his game with this one? If you answered yes, you’ll definitely want to cop his Purp & Patron mixape, which dropped today at…wait for it…4:20.
Written by Nathan S. on 01/24/11
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