(AllHipHop News) Compton rapper The Game’s seventh studio album 1992 lands in stores today (October 14), following a controversial promotional tour for the album.
Game is embroiled in a beef with Meek Mill, who accused Game of creating a fake dispute to promote 1992.
However, Game said his upcoming release has nothing to do with beef, even though his first shot to Meek titled “92 Bars,” is on the album.
Game said the 1992 offers a glimpse into his childhood growing up on the gang infested streets of Compton.
“After being a part of Hip-Hop for over a decade, I’m just appreciative of the fact that my fans have been so supportive and remain to be a driving force when I release albums,” Game told AllHipHop.com in a statement.”
“1992 is a drift through my childhood, transitioning into my teenage years in a city that was on fire and plagued by gang activity,” Game said. “I can’t wait for people to listen to how I survived and the stories I lived through to tell.”
The 12 track album was released independently via Entertainment One Music/Fifth Amendment/Blood Money.