This week, Compton rapper The Game revealed what fans can expect production-wise for his upcoming album, The R.E.D. Album. And it looks like the rapper has secured a number of high-profile producer’s for the album.
Pharrell Williams, RZA, and Cool & Dre are just a few of the producers who have lent their talents for The R.E.D. Album.
"I got this colorful movement over here where it's beautiful music on this side [with Star Trak] — then when I need to go dark or super grown and sexy, I got Dre over here,” Game told MTV. “The combination is crazy — mixed in with a Cool & Dre track and RZA track and all the shit I been doing. The only person I'm upset I didn't work with on this album is DJ Premier. I feel his shit would have been perfect for this all-star producer cast that I have. One Premier track would have did me just fine. I would have murdered that shit.”
Game also revealed that the intro for the album, “Infrared,” was a track produced by Cool & Dre.
"They got the intro to the album, which is titled ‘Infrared,’” Game explained. “All the real hip-hop fans, to hear me rap, how I'm rapping on my intro, it's gonna fuck people up. Before you get to #2, you gonna already know I'm serious.”
There’s still no word yet on when The R.E.D. Album will be released.