With The Documentary 2 out now (and The Documentary 2.5 dropping next week), there’s no doubt The Game will be kicking the promo into overdrive. On release day, he dropped a few freestyles over Drake, Future and Fetty Wap beats. But before that, the Compton native visited SkeeTV to chop it up with longtime friend DJ Skee.
After reminiscing on their come-up together, Game explains the reason TD2 was split into two parts – with a red and blue disc – is because he wants to “help unify and break the color lines.” (See: Kendrick Lamar’s “Ventilator” Reebok)
From there, Chuck revealed 600-700 songs were recorded during the two-year process of putting the album(s) – 20 of which Dr. Dre called straight trash (ha!), addressed all his recent beefs (Stitches, Young Thug, red crayons, blue balloons, me, you, and your cousin too.), detailed working with Dre, and more.