Ten years after The Game’s debut, L.A. gangsta rap is enjoying a full-blown renaissance. From Kendrick and Nipsey to Vince and YG, West Coast rappers are killing the game, but nobody can kill The Game. With Straight Outta Compton raking in millions at the box office and Dr Dre’s Compton album erasing years of Detox frustration, The Game couldn’t have chosen a more opportune moment to reprise his debut with The Documentary 2, an appropriately star-studded affair featuring Cube, Dre, Snoop, Kendrick, Drake, Kanye, Diddy, Future, and many more.

Along with sharing his thoughts on L.A. gang culture, Game spoke about how he patched things up with Dr. Dre after the beef with 50 Cent, reminisced about putting Kendrick on his first mixtape, shared what he would have changed about the N.W.A bio-pic, and offered some advice to Meek Mill. He also spoke in detail about “Ghetto” his new collab with Nas, revealed which emcees he’d put on his personal rap Mt. Rushmore, and uttered what is without a doubt the illest Rihanna lyric in the history of rap.

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Watch the rest of the interview after the jump.



Drew Pierce

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