Ok, so we all agreed that
Game’s last single Pu**y Fight was pretty bad, and by “pretty bad” I mean one of the lowest rated tracks in DJBooth history. So what? We all make mistakes, and we all deserve another chance; a chance that for Jayceon Terrell Taylor comes today in the form of Shake. Produced by Cool & Dre, Shake is a big band cut in the grand tradition of Cam’ron’s Oh Boy and, coincidentally, B.o.B.’s F*ck the Money, meaning the vocal sample finishes ever line: “You can get you’re a** popped over the way the dice – shake!” Fault lines, crack fiends, booties, Kelis’ milk, I had no idea so many things could shake. So how about it Booth? Is this track enough to get the Game back in our good graces? Shake won’t be included on The R.E.D. Album, but we’ll have more Game to love or hate when DJ Drama Presents: R.E.D Everything Mixtape drops…sometime before R.E.D. does.
Written by Nathan S. on 02/4/10
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