Game sits down with KarmaloopTV’s Carissa Rossi to speak on his upcoming album, Jesus Piece, working with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, his kids on Instagram and the king, Kendrick Lamar.
The seventh episode features rising artist Ariez Onasis and producer J. Cardim. Both speak on their collaborative project The Heartbreak Kid, beats with crazy lasers, The Heartbreak Kid part two, and more. Things get a little heated when host Carissa Rossi asks J. Cardim about not being featured on Joe Budden’s upcoming project. Closing the video is a glimpse of episode eight featuring Game. Stay tuned for more of That Life coming soon.
Officially listed as the first single from LoveLiveA$AP, Rocky employs some of the game’s biggest names. The verses aren’t anything too crazy, but this beat goes, well..pretty damn hard.
The snowman is back at it.
The last time these two came together they made one of the most well-rounded and complete hip-hop albums of the past ten years. This collaborative effort is due out November 9th and you best be sure that we’ll be hitting the purchase button for this one.
01. Get Together f. Rapsody
02. Dance With Me
04. Holding Hands
05. Walk Like A Woman
06. Tale of Two Cities
07. Funeral For A Killer
08. Better Way
09. Wherever You Are
10. It’s Over
11. Wait For Someone [iTunes Bonus]
12. Tale of Two Cities (rmx) [iTunes Bonus]