By Annie Reuter
Lately, The Game has been more headlines for his beef with Meek Mill than for his music, but recently the rapper put the focus back on his songs and has just released his new album titled 1992.
This isn’t the first time some of the rapper’s fans will be hearing his eighth studio album, though. Earlier this month, The Game posted the record in its entirety on his YouTube page, but then promptly removed the tracks with no explanation. Now, fans can listen without fear of the songs mysteriously disappearing.
The album includes the bonus track “All Eyez,” which features Jeremih as well as The Game’s ode to Wu-Tang Clan, “I Grew up on Wu-Tang.” It’s no secret that Wu-Tang are one of his biggest influences and on the track he even samples a Raekwon verse from “C.R.E.A.M.”
“Reciting Method Man while my celly used to just sit there/ N—-s know I been on the Wu before Ric Flair/ Came home through the hood, GS shining/ Now these b—-es think I’m Lex Diamonds,” he raps.
Listen to the album in its entirety below.