The Game is preparing to take over the summer yet again, and in more ways than one.
Jump starting the month of May with a tribute track in honor of the late Afeni Shakur, The Game followed this up with the release of his Sprayground “Red Army” backpacks. Then he dropped off his latest release “Roped Off” featuring Problem and Boogie plus feature on Dave East’s new song “Bad Boy On Death Row.” To top it all off, The Game is now partnering with A&E to executive produce a new three-part docu-series titled Streets of Compton.
Streets of Compton will follow well known Compton stars including Game, YG, Lil Eazy E, Niecy Nash, Venus and Serena’s father Richard Williams and even Compton’s Mayor, Aja Brown.
The first two installments of the docu-series will air June 9, with the third installment airing June 16. The new docu-series will be accompanied by an 11-track project from The Game. This project will have the same name as the series and is to be released June 17.
The Game’s album 1992 is also still set to be released very soon. Last week he took to Instagram to announce his next show in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 9 at The Observatory. Purchase your tickets here before they sellout.