Last week’s Sunday Service entry saw Game switching gears from profaning the holy to revering the profane as he paid awestruck tribute to a certain Stripper‘s uncanny erotic powers. This week, he turns his gaze away from the heavens entirely to bring us Rollin’, an ensemble jam with its figurative feet planted firmly on the pavement. Originally recorded for inclusion on debut album The Documentary, this Kanye West-produced street banger has been spruced up with the help of a few Houston-repping guests. Over Yeezy’s wailing soul samples, Jayceon Taylor is joined by Lone Star State heavyweights Trae The Truth, Z-Ro, Paul Wall and Slim Thug. Feeling this whip-ready selection? Then keep your browsers locked for further Sunday Service releases leading up to the arrival of Game’s fifth studio album, Jesus Piece, on Tuesday, December 11.
Written by richard on 12/3/12
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