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.
Not only The Game goes back in time with the album vibes, also other artists from back in the day will make a come back soon.
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.
Stream The Game’s 1992 album and view the cover art and tracklist below: