The Game is stirring up extra controversy.
Last evening, the Compton rapper previewed his upcoming album Born to Rap throughout a listening get together in Los Angeles. Rap-Up was amongst these in attendance as he debuted the venture, which options collaborations with Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Migos, Anderson .Paak, Eric Bellinger, Snoh Aalegra, and Ed Sheeran, who lends his vocals to the intro.
There are additionally a number of references to feminine celebrities together with Cassie (“I used to jack off to photos of Cassie sporting Sean John”), Nicki Minaj (“Might get fortunate and fuck Nicki tonight”), and Kim Kardashian, who Game raps about in a sexually violent method.
“I’m a goat, ni**a / I held Kim Kardashian by her throat, ni**a / I made her swallow my children till she choked, ni**a,” raps Game earlier than providing an apology to her husband: “I ought to apologize, ’trigger Ye my of us, ni**a.”
The controversial tune seemingly gained’t sit properly with Kanye, who has beforehand known as out Drake and Nick Cannon for mentioning his spouse. Game and Kanye aren’t any strangers to collaborations, having labored collectively on tracks like “Crack Music” and “Dreams” off Game’s 2005 debut The Documentary.
Game has beforehand insinuated that he and Kim had a relationship, and he as soon as boasted about sleeping with three of the Kardashians on his 2016 tune “Sauce.”
Elsewhere on the album, Game addresses R. Kelly within the wake of Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly” docuseries. “It’s plenty of actual superstars with these R. Kelly tendencies / A whole lot of shit that followers won’t ever perceive / Lots of people that change their story on the stand for 100 grand,” he raps.
He continues, “It ain’t OK to rape her simply ’trigger she got here to see you at Summer Jam / Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby along with his wine factor / And again to that bump and grind scene / I really feel your ache / I obtained a daughter / It’d be slaughter, I can’t sit again like I’m Azrael’s father.”
Additionally, Game samples Junior M.A.F.I.A.’s “Get Money” on “Gold Daytonas,” whereas different tracks embrace “$500 Candles” and “Gucci Flip Flops.” He has recorded over 90 songs and is eyeing a summer time launch for the venture, which can be his final.
One of the clear standouts was a collaboration with 21 Savage, which could be heard under.