Friday, 28 April 2017

The Game Speaks on “Uncle Otis”, Kreayshawn, Gangbanging & Music

The Game visited The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 in New York. He spoke on his “fun” record “Uncle Otis“, in which people think is a diss record to several artist in the music industry such as Kreayshawn.

On the track he calls out Kreayshawn for saying “n*gga” in her songs. “Lil White B*tch you better stay in your place / You call me a n*gga I’ll put this K in your face”. Although Kreayshawn denied saying the “n” word period and being mixed up with her sisters V-Nasty‘s actions, The Game still explains the principle of the matter.

Another rapper who stood out in “Uncle Otis” was Big Sean. The Game sampled Sean’s record with Chris Brown “My Last” on the chorus and rephrased his line, “Since I signed to Kan’, I’m Louie Vuitton shine/Up in Benny Han Han eating all the Wonton”. See what The Game had to say about those lyrics and his response to Big Sean doing push ups on The Breakfast Club “for him” last week.

He also speaks on his new album that is releasing later this month and why it got pushed back so many times and his bi-polar phases about people like Jay-Z. Plus find out how straight forward The Game is in his love life.

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