• New Music: Kokane – “Waiting On Detox” Feat. The Game

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    West Coast OG Kokane teams up with The Game for “Waiting on Detox”, a track that, as we’re sure you’ve guessed by now, is about waiting on rapper/producer Dr. Dre’s long-delayed Detox album. Both Kokane and The Game will probably find themselves waiting for quite some time as Dre’s album not only has no set release date but it apparently is no longer even being called Detox. Welp. Listen after the jump.

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    Elijah Blake feat. Rick Ross & The Game – Sing For Me

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    Elijah Blake drops this new track entitled “Sing For Me” featuring Rick Ross and The Game. Produced by The Midi Mafia/Fayo & Chill.

     
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    Behind The Scenes: DJ Infamous feat. Jeezy, Ludacris, Juicy J, The Game & Hitmaka – Double Cup

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    DJ Infamous shot his first single for his lead single “Double Cup” off of his upcoming album Wednesday with the help of Ludacris, Juicy J, Young Berg aka Hitmaka & friends.

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    DJ Infamous feat. Jeezy, Ludacris, Juicy J, The Game & Hitmaka – Double Cup

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    DJ Infamous recruits Jeezy, Luda, Game and Hitmaka on his new single, Double Cup.

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    The Game feat. Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Fabolous & Jeremih – All That (Lady)

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  • The Game Signs With Cash Money Records

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    After numerous rumors, Birdman has officially made The Game the latest addition to the Cash Money family. Here’s what he tweeted an hour ago:

     

    The Game released his OKE mixtape earlier this week and also dropped the song “Hollywood,” a bonus track featuring Scarface, taking shots at 50 Cent.

    As a Cash Money member, he will join Lil Wayne, Drake, Tyga, Nicki Minaj, Paris Hilton, Ace Hood, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled, Jay Sean, Kevin Rudolf, Limp Bizkit, and Mystikal among others.

    Not sure what will happen to his The Firm record label formerly known as Rolex Records…