The Game – The Documentary review

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The Game – The Documentary review

Wake up, the west coast is back! From the depths of Compton’s mean streets comes Dr. Dre’s newest protégée The Game. Armed with a quick temper, rough demeanor and sharp tongue, The Game has been molded by the industry’s best to be the savior of the west coast. His debut release, The Documentary, is a fitting tribute to those that have paved the way before him and is an album that will certainly put the west back on the map.

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The Game – The Documentary review

“How could I not sell a million when I’m rappin’ on Dre hits?” G-Unit’s latest addition and Dr. Dre protégé The Game raps on the Eminem-produced “We Ain’t” – and, in so many words, he’s right.

With names like Dr. Dre, Scott Storch, Timbaland, Kanye West, Just Blaze, Eminem, and DJ Hi-Tek providing the bump-in-the-trunk for Game’s debut solo album The Documentary, his introduction into the hip-hop world is not exactly a B-list effort from the hopeful G-Unit rookie.

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The Game – The Documentary review

What shocks me about this world is its injustice, in every aspect. But in this case, it’s with music. An emcee with a rough voice, but little talent who comes from Compton somehow manages to become the biggest thing since 50 Cent? Unfortunately, that’s the case with Game. At best, Game’s barely an average emcee.

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