The Game Takes It Back To ‘1992’ On New Album

blame it on Shake October 13, 2016

Ever since The Documentary 2 dropped just over a year ago to the day, The Game has been on one helluva run.

Set aside his issues with Meek Mill, 50 Cent, Sean Kingston, Beanie Sigel, Waka Flocka, Stiches, the blue Teletuby, Craig that works at 7-11, and whoever else, the West Coast rapper’s musical output has been quite impressive. He re-upped with The Documentary 2.5 a week after TD2 dropped, dropped a pair of soundtracks (for A&E’s Streets Of Compton and his own video game, Block Wars), and traded bars with Dave East on “Bad Boy On Death Row.”

Now, with “All Eyez” on him, The Game is back with his eighth studio album, the autobiographical 1992.

“It’s inspired by what was going on in my life, my city and the world when I was 12 years old coming into my teenage years,” The Game said as he shared the official cover art — illustrated by OG Joe Cool (Snoop’s Doggystyle) — a few weeks back.

Led by the “92 Bars” diss track, 1992 comes in at 13-tracks in total — including the previously-heard “True Colors/It’s On” and “Baby You” with Jason Derulo.

Check it out below and cop on iTunes.