The Game Pops Off Over Previously Unheard Hit-Boy Beat During His L.A. Leakers Freestyle

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The L.A. legend is showing out ahead of the arrival of “Drillmatic” next month.

 

The Game’s Drillmatic album has been faced with several delays over the past few months, though the West Coast rap legend isn’t letting that dim his confidence.

Ahead of the rescheduled August 12th release date, the 42-year-old headed over to Power 106 where he laid down bars for his L.A. Leakers freestyle over a previously unheard Hit-Boy beat for Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk.

The Game name-dropped several of his contemporaries, from Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole to Kanye West and Dr. Dre. “Ain’t no competition, so Kendrick went to Africa / Ain’t no competition Cole went and got his baskets up,” he rapped early on in the video.

“But I’m here masking up, with the masking tape / Fiends knocking on the door, we closed, don’t ask for Ye / You see the Aftermath chains then don’t ask for Dre / I’m a legend now, f*ck when I pass away.”

While details about Drillmatic remain mostly under wraps, we do know that the project boasts 30 titles, all produced by Hit-Boy, and seven of which sample releases from JAY-Z’s discography.

Check out The Game’s L.A. Leakers Freestyle above, and tap back in with HNHH later for any updates on the “How We Do” rapper’s 10th studio album.

Quotable Lyrics:

Ain’t no competition, so Kendrick went to Africa

Ain’t no competition Cole went and got his baskets up

But I’m here masking up, with the masking tape

Fiends knocking on the door, we closed, don’t ask for Ye

You see the Aftermath chains then don’t ask for Dre

I’m a legend now, f*ck when I pass away

 

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