Game Talks "The Documentary 2", Why He Wouldn't Go On ESPN's First Take + MORE

Game Talks “The Documentary 2”, Why He Wouldn’t Go On ESPN’s First Take + MORE

(AllHipHop News) On January 18th, 2005, The Game released his debut album The Documentary and in less than two months it was certified double platinum. Yesterday (June 17th), Game revealed he will be releasing The Documentary 2 around the 10th anniversary of his debut album, next year.

The original Documentary album consisted of production from Just Blaze, Dr. Dre, Scott Storch and other hitmakers. According to Game during his interview with The LA Leakers, for The Documentary 2 he’s “going back to the Just Blaze, Scott Storch, and Dr.Dre to get it handled.” 

Game stated in the interview that him referencing G-Unit and 50 Cent in his new song “Bigger Than Me” was not a sign of respect but moreso “appropriate”. When asked if he will appear on G-Unit’s upcoming album being released in November, Game stated he “will not be on Jamiroquai new album.” Game also explained why he would not appear on ESPN’s First Take:

They calling, they want me on [ESPN] First Take. They want me all over ESPN, but it’s two conflicts. Number one, I’m biased towards the Lakers. I will not talk about any other team except the Lakers. Number two, my name is the Game, so I’m going to fumble over a lot of words. I can’t talk about the game and I’m the Game.

Check out Game speak on the NBA Finals, ESPN, The Documentary 2 + MORE below: