Game

Rapper When Game dropped his debut album, The Documentary, in 2006 he was called The Game and a member of G-Unit. Much has changed for the Compton-born rap star in recent years—he’s now just Game, has cut ties with G-Unit, and sold over 10 million albums worldwide. Despite some serious beef with rappers like 50 Cent and Memphis Bleek and numerous run-ins with the law, the Grammy-nominated rapper keeps putting in work to hold it down for the West coast.

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Rap Lyrics Inspired by Trayvon Martin Case

Rappers pay tribute to the slain teen in song.

When Hip Hop Stars Threaten to Retire

MCs who just couldn’t leave rap alone.

Game Changer: Dr. Dre

Music stars who rose to fame with the beatmaker's signature production.

Stage Struggles: Strange Fan Encounters at Shows

Crowds got rowdy with YG, Ghostface, Beyoncé and more.

Diss Songs Aimed at Jay Z

MCs who fired shots at Hova.

Game Celebrates The Documentary with Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre

K Dot reflects on the album's legacy at the 10-year anniversary show in L.A. for a BET.com exclusive.
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