Criticize The Game all you want for getting a tattoo on his face, for carrying a loaded gun to a basketball game or for continuing an age-old beef with 50 Cent (well past its time), but you can’t criticize the rapper, born Jayceon Taylor, for not showing an undying love and admiration for those who paved the way for his lucrative career. Off his forthcoming album, L.A.X., the Los Angeles born MC has hooked up with Keyshia Cole and producer Dahoud Darien on the next single, Game’s Pain. Similar to his flow on Start From Scratch (off The Documentary), Game alternates lines with different emphases, evoking a passion in his voice that is rarely heard in today’s rap world.
Written by DJ Z on 04/20/08
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