It started with the who’s-who of features on the LP’s lead single, “Celebration.” Game wrangled Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Tyga and Wiz Khalifa for the track and video. Then there was the album’s controversial cover art, followed by several freebies that included the LP outtake “Holy Water” and the Shyne-dissing freestyle “Cough Up A Lung.” Along the way, Game saved a guy’s life and threw some punches at Lil Wayne’s 30th birthday bash. With all the action on Game’s Twitter page in recent weeks, it’s hard to believe that the Jesus Piece tracklist has remained elusive…until now.
Twelve tracks and assists from some of the biggest names in hip-hop — Kanye West to Kendrick Lamar to Rick Ross to J.Cole and more — show up on the Jesus Piece tracklist. Jamie Foxx makes a cameo on “Hallelujah,” while the Dr. Dre-produced “Dead People” is an added bonus for those picking up the album on iTunes. Song titles like “Heaven’s Arms,” “Pray” and “See No Evil” keep with the album’s gospel concept.
Along with the tracklist, Game dropped another album cover for the LP’s “standard edition.” The artwork, a photograph, is in memory of Game’s late older brother Jevon Danell Taylor, who was shot dead in 1995 when Game was only 13 years old.
Check out the Jesus Piece tracklist below:
1. “Scared Now” Ft. Meek Mill
2. “Ali Bomaye” Ft. 2 Chainz & Rick Ross
3. “Jesus Piece” Ft. Kanye West & Common
4. “Pray” Ft. J. Cole & JMSN
5. “All That (Lady)” Ft. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Fabolous & Jeremih
6. “Name Me King” Ft. Pusha T
7. “See No Evil” Ft. Kendrick Lamar & Tank
8. “Can’t Get Right” Ft. K. Roosevelt
9. “Heaven’s Arms”
10. “Hallelujah” Ft. Jamie Foxx
11. “Freedom” Ft. Elijah Blake
12. “Celebration” Ft. Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa & Lil Wayne
“Dead People” (Prod. By Dr. Dre)