The Game released his 1992 album today (October 14). The Compton MC has no features on the project’s main 12 tracks, a rarity for the rapper who has said he loves paying tribute to the current landscape and that’s why his albums are usually chock full of guest appearances.
The “92 Bars” Meek Mill diss track closes out the LP. The Philly rapper blasted The Game for the song, saying he was just dissing him for publicity to sell more copies of the album.
Jeremih appears on the Scott Storch-produced bonus track, “All Eyez,” which The Game initially dropped back in June.
The LP’s cover art is designed by Joe Cool, who did the iconic art for Snoop Dogg’s DoggyStyle.
1992 follows The Game’s run last year that included The Documentary 2 and The Documentary 2.5.
Stream The Game’s 1992 album and view the cover art and tracklist below.
- Savage Lifestyle
- True Colors / It’s On
- F**k Orange Juice
- The Juice
- Young Ni**as
- The Soundtrack
- I Grew up on Wu-Tang
- However Do You Want It
- Baby You
- What Your Life Like
- 92 Bars
- All Eyez (feat. Jeremih) [Bonus Track]
(This article was last updated September 5, 2016 and is as follows.)
The Game’s 1992 has a release date nine months after announcing the project. It is set to drop October 7, according to a post on the Compton, California rapper’s Instagram page.
The final cover art for 1992 was created by Joe Cool, who designed the iconic art for Snoop Dogg’s DoggyStyle.
The Game has said that 1992 will have no features, a rarity for The Documentary rapper, and that the project will be produced by Bongo, who produced multiple songs for The Documentary 2 and 2.5.
Check out The Game’s 1992 release date announcement below.
(This article was last updated March 27, 2016 and is as follows.)
The Compton, California rapper took to Instagram yesterday (March 27) to give an update on 1992.
“#1992 COMING SOON !!!! #BWS [@knighteddesign] #NOFEATURES” he writes for the caption of a picture of himself as a child with his LA star tattoo superimposed on his cheek.
This could be the cover art for 1992.
When he first announced the project, The Game said it will be produced by Bongo, a Nigerian-born producer who created multiple beats for both albums last year including “On Me” with Kendrick Lamar and “Gang Bang Anyway” featuring Jay Rock and ScHoolboy Q.
View The Game’s Instagram post about 1992 below:
(This article was first published on December 14, 2015 and is as follows.)
The Game announced a new project entitled 1992 on Instagram today (December 14). He posted the cover art and said that the project will be produced by Bongo and not have any features.
The cover art for The Game’s 1992 is below: