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The Game Drags Tomi Lahren All Over the Internet With Photo “B4 Plastic Surgery”

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj aren’t the only rappers who have a problem with Tomi Lahren.In response to Lahren tweet mocking 21 Savage’s ICE arrest—”I got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight ICE agents ready to deport ya,” she tweeted—the West Coast rapper took to Instagram, calling her a “cum gargling, microwaved, carrot skinned, 90 year old white man body havin slut” and telling her to “stay out the tanning salon” because she’s “starting to look like a sick tangerine.”Read his full post ...
Tags: Politics, Celebs, Instagram, Nicki Minaj, America, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, West Coast, Trending, The Game, Dragged, UNLV, Cardi, Tomi, Tomi Lahren

Ed Sheeran, The Game Team Up for New Song

Ed Sheeran and The Game collaborated on a song that will appear on the veteran Compton rapper’s forthcoming album, Game announced at an intimate listening session at Chalice Studios in Hollywood on Thursday night. The British singer-songwriter provides the intro to the album and also performs on a song that may be called “Gems in Los […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Ed Sheeran, The Game, Chalice Studios

The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in December 2018

December is only a few days away, and before you get overwhelmed with the realization that you still have to buy Christmas presents for your entire family, why not chill out and watch some Netflix? You only have a few days left to catch a David Fincher mystery, a classic Bill Murray comedy, a recent Best Picture winner, and a movie that sounded like a terrible idea but somehow managed to be pretty damn great. Here are best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in December. Movies Leaving Netf...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Los Angeles, Spotlight, Netflix, Bill Murray, Catholic Church, Johnson, David Fincher, Michael Keaton, Gore Verbinski, Caribbean, Groundhog Day, Moana, Tom McCarthy, Harold Ramis

Nipsey Hussle & The Game Cancel On High Life Music Festival After Getting Paid $30k Each

After a day of great live indoor and outdoor performances by many well known artists at the High Life Music Festival in San Bernardino, the night was ruined when both headliners Nipsey Hussle and The Game backed out from there performances due to stage related issues leaving over 5000+ outdoor concert goers and fans very disappointed after waiting a whole day for their sets.  Being there first hand, we personally didn’t see anything wrong with the sound on the main stage until it was time for T...
Tags: News, Jazz, Nipsey Hussle, The Game, San Bernardino, Wale, High Life Music Festival

New Music: The Game Feat. YG, Ty Dolla Sign & Jeremih “Down to F**k”

The Game has been quietly working on his upcoming new album, West Side Story. The west coast MC decides to join on on the summer fun, with a perfect soundtrack for all the parties. Connecting with producer Bongo, the Compton spitter drops a new record called “Down to F**k.” Sampling Snoop Dogg‘s “Ain’t No Fun (If The Homies Can’t Have None),” the track features YG, Ty Dolla Sign, and Jeremih. Premiered by the L.A. Leakers on Power 106 LA, hear it below. Continue after the jump…. New Music:...
Tags: Jeremih, La, Yg, Jazz, Ty Dolla Sign, Snoop Dogg, New Music, Compton, The Game, Bongo, Sevyn, Down to Fuck

High Life Music Festival In San Bernardino, Sept. 1st & 2nd

Can something be LIT & WET at the same time? Yup, the Third Annual High Life Music Festival is proving it on Sept 1st & 2nd, 2018 featuring live performances by Nipsey Hussle, Ky-Mani Marley, the Game, Wale, Hirie, Berner, Rich the Kid, Irie Nationz, King Lil G, RJ, G Perico, Deadly Hash, Sick Jacken, Grouch & Eligh, Reverie, Pawz One, & more!  Check out the “Lifestyle Stage” this year stacked with some of Cali’s biggest underground names. You’ll love beating the heat at the Splash Park, purcha...
Tags: News, Jazz, Nipsey Hussle, The Game, San Bernardino, Wale, RJ, Berner, Rich The Kid, Pawz one, Reverie, King Lil G, G Perico, SICK JACKEN, Eligh, Hirie

Now Stream This: ‘Constantine’, ‘In the Mouth of Madness’, ‘The Game’, ‘Point Break’, ‘Dead Again’ and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)  The world of streaming services can be overwhelming, and more often than not, you might find yourself unsure what to watch, and where to watch it. That’s where Now Stream This comes in! I’m here to help you navigate the murky waters of all thing streaming, and this week, I have some doozies for you. There’s not one, but two Keanu Reeves films; Joh...
Tags: Better Call Saul, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Features, Netflix, Adaptation, Paul Thomas Anderson, Francis Lawrence, Terry Gilliam, Tilda Swinton, Hulu, Keanu Reeves, David Fincher

Slim 400 feat. Dave East & The Game – “Nerd Niggas”

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Tags: Music, Dave, Jazz, The Game, Dave East, Slim 400, Foe Reala

Slim 400 Taps Dave East & The Game for “Nerd Ni**as”

Off the Compton rapper's For ReaLA, out now.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Compton, The Game, Dave East, Slim 400

Three Great David Fincher Audio Commentaries

The start of a David Fincher commentary is kind of like the start of a David Fincher movie: you know you’re in store for something good. Sometimes after listening to hours upon hours of commentary tracks, I question how I spend my time, but listening to Fincher’s commentaries is always time well spent. He’s concise and candid, he’s as funny as his movies, and he’s a great storyteller. The co-founder of Propaganda Films is completely open about his choices and how a scene and film was put togeth...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Movies, Drama, Aaron Sorkin, Features, David, Thriller, Ocean, Paris, Adaptation, Mpaa, Heineken, The Social Network, Jack, Jared Leto

New Music: The Game Feat. Jeremih, Young Thug & Sevyn “Oh I”

Back in September, The Game contributed to A&E’s Who Killed Tupac? docuseries with the song “Heaven 4 A Gangster.” The Compton MC is now back with a new single, aimed straight for the lady listeners. On “Oh I,” The Game taps Jeremih, Young Thug and Sevyn Streeter over a sample of Foxy Brown’s 1996 Ill Na Na single “Get You Home” featuring Blackstreet. Produced by Bongo The Drum Gahd, the song is available in select markets now. Stream “Oh I” below and get it on all streaming platforms and i...
Tags: Jazz, New Music, The Game, Compton MC, Bongo, Sevyn Streeter, Sevyn

Album Stream: DJ Kay Slay ‘The Big Brother’

DJ Kay Slay serves the streets with his new full-length LP, The Big Brother. The Drama King enlists Hip-Hop veterans and current stars on the 22-track album. Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, The LOX, Raekwon, Mac Miller, The Game, Busta Rhymes, Dave East, Beanie Sigel, Jay Rock, Nipsey Hussle, French Montana and more appear on the loaded project. Get The Big Brother at midnight on iTunes and stream the album below. Rap lovers can also watch the video for “Story of My Life” featuring Papoose, Myson...
Tags: Videos, Albums, Kendrick Lamar, Jazz, Mac Miller, The Game, The LOX, Dj Kay Slay, Kendrick Lamar Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar Mac Miller Kevin Gates Rell, The Big Brother, Raekwon Mac Miller, AZ Continue, Montana Dave East Zoey Dollaz

New Music: The Game “Heaven 4 A Gangster”

This month marks the 21-year-anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s death in Las Vegas. The iconic rapper was recently honored with the All Eyez On Me biopic directed by Benny Boom, and now A&E is working on the Who Killed Tupac? docuseries. The Game pays his respect to 2Pac on a new record titled “Heaven 4 A Gangster.” On it, the Compton MC raps about how the late artist/actor/activist would be disgusted with the state of today’s music. “‘Heaven 4 a Gangster” was my perception of what I thought the...
Tags: Jazz, Las Vegas, Tupac Shakur, New Music, The Game, Benny Boom, Compton MC, Heaven 4 A Gangster

The Game Tributes Tupac On New Song, “Heaven 4 A Gangsta”

On the anniversary of 'Pac's death, one of his biggest influencers offers tribute.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, The Game

Playing ‘The Game’ on Its 20th Anniversary – David Fincher’s 1997 Film Still Holds Up

More than any other mainstream filmmaker, David Fincher is the one who has had his finger on the pulse of our generational concerns. If you Google Fincher’s name and the word “zeitgeist,” it will immediately turn up countless think pieces talking about how his films — especially Fight Club and The Social Network — have captured the zeitgeist, reflecting the spirit of their time the way The Graduate did for the 1960s. But The Game, Fincher’s 1997 thriller starring Michael Douglas, was a nece...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Features, Thriller, Oliver Stone, Ikea, Jack, David-Fincher, Mickey Rourke, Social Network, Kurt Cobain, Michael Douglas, Sean Penn, Fight Club, Tyler Durden, Gordon Gekko

New Music: DJ Kay Slay Feat. Busta Rhymes, The Game & Tech N9ne “Jealousy”

DJ Kay Slay’s The Big Brother album arrives later this month on September 22. The project is jam packed with appearances by Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, The LOX, Raekwon, Scarface, French Montana, State Property, Juicy J, Nipsey Hussle, Dave East, Bun B, Lloyd Banks and more. After Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller and Kevin Gates came together on “Cold Summer,” The Drama King orchestrates another lyrical bout on “Jealousy.” The new record off the LP features Busta Rhymes, The Game and Tech N9ne over a Puf...
Tags: Jazz, Rick Ross, Lloyd Banks, Busta Rhymes, New Music, Kevin Gates, The Game, Dj Kay Slay, Kendrick Lamar Mac Miller, Montana State Property Juicy, DJ Kay Slay Feat Busta Rhymes

Immersive ‘Path of Beatrice’: What It’s Like to Play ‘The Game’ in Real Life

The hacker was nervous. Not to meet me; she was worried about getting caught passing secrets as we huddled together in the reading room of the New York Public Library. After a brief, silent exchange via text, she pushed a handwritten letter across the table at me — and, moments later, snatched it out of... Read more »
Tags: New York, News, Legit, New York Public Library, The Game, Beatrice, Paradiso, Michael Counts

New Music: R-Mean Feat. The Game “Open Wounds”

  Serving as the sequel to his Armenian Genocide anthem, R-Mean’s taps The Game for “Open Wounds.” A moving song dedicated to exposing the atrocities committed by the Ottoman Empire (modern day Turkey) in 1915 in which they attempted to annihilate the Armenian people, the track expresses the despair and sadness of what his ancestors faced in their fight to survive. Continue below…   Related: New Music: The Game “What Else”
Tags: Turkey, Jazz, New Music, The Game, Ottoman Empire, R-mean, Open Wounds

Viacom Vows to Fight the Game’s $20 Million Lawsuit Over Sexual Harassment Verdict

Viacom is pushing back hard, vowing to fight the $20 million lawsuit filed against the company by rapper and VH1 reality star Jayceon Terrell Taylor, better known as the Game. Taylor filed suit Monday in Federal Court in the Central District of California, Western Division (Los Angeles), claiming Viacom should assume financial liability for his... Read more »
Tags: Music, News, Taylor, Viacom, The Game, Federal Court, Jayceon Terrell Taylor

The Game Sues Viacom For $20M Over Sexual Assault Verdict

Last fall, the Game was ordered to pay $7.13 million dollars in a sexual assault case brought about by Priscilla Rainey, who alleged that the Game assaulted her during the filming of reality show She’s Got Game in May 2015. Now, per TMZ, the Game is suing Viacom -- the parent company … More »
Tags: Music, News, Viacom, The Game, Priscilla Rainey