The Game Delivers His ‘1992’ Album Right On Time
The West Coast can add another project to 2016’s unprecedented run of phenomenal albums. After a highly publicized beef with Meek Mill, and a couple singles, The Game’s 1992 album is finally here.
Following this summer’s Block Wars album, 1992 is inspired by the year The Game turned 12-years-old in Compton, California. Throughout the 13-track album, the proud Piru rides solo, except on the Jeremih-assisted “All Eyez.”
Recently, The Game’s “What Your Life Like,” and his scathing Meek Mill diss “92 Bars” hit the ‘Net to much applause. If you need another reminder of what he’s been up to: watch this.
Stream 1992 below and also cop it over at iTunes.