The Documentary 2 – The Game

Finally! The Game finally released The Documentary 2! Not only did he release the second album of a classic album, his first album was The Documentary. He made this album a two-disc album with the second half being released on the 16th of October. This album is really good; it’s just as good as the first Documentary album. I love how West Coast this album is; West Coast hip/hop in my opinion is the best type of Hip/hop. My favorite tracks of this album are “Standing On Ferraris”, “Don’t Trip”, and ” Step Up”.

“Standing On Ferraris”- I like the sample on this song so much because it’s the samples from “Kick In The Door” and “Things Done changed” which are both songs that belong to Biggie Smalls. The game hops on this track and lets it rip. He still can rap like he did back on the first Documentary, and gives us great verses throughout the track. Diddy didn’t do much but talk and shout things like he did when Biggie was alive and rapping his verses.

“Don’t Trip” I love the beginning of this song because it sounds almost like the beginning of a movie, then the violin comes in and then it fades into a funky bass line. I love all the verses on here, Ice Cube, Dre and even Will.I.Am. It sounds so great and it’s really catchy; it will really get your head nodding. I was singing “Don’t trip on em” repeatedly all week.

“Step up” The sample from Gang Starr’s “Step In the Arena” is perfect here. The game offers a great verse that goes alongside the beat. He also has Dej Loaf on the track that does a great job as well Sha Sha gives us a nice sultry hook.

The Game delivers us a great album here. He keeps it up to par with the first Documentary; he doesn’t fall short on this album. The beats were great, the verses were great, and even the features were perfect! I can’t wait to hear the second half of this album. This album offers us that the West Coast champion The Game still has the ability to make a Classic album.

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The Game delivers us a great album here. He keeps it up to par with the first Documentary; he doesn’t fall short on this album. The beats were great, the verses were great, and even the features were perfect! I can’t wait to hear the second half of this album. This album offers us that the West Coast champion The Game still has the ability to make a Classic album.

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