The Game has been cooking up a lot of heat in the studio for nearly two years straight now, and he's not stopping the new music train. While his 1992 album this past year hit no. 4 on the Top 200 Billboard charts, the California rapper has only been hinting at what might be up next for his 2017 year in music. Now, it looks like we're getting a taste of what could be on the horizon for Game fans.

A brand new track by The Documentary rapper just hit the web, which is titled after his good friend, the 6 God, called "Drake Flows." The new tunes by Game appear to be mere snippets at the moment, with the song being less than two minutes long. While Drizzy isn't mentioned directly on the song, it appears to still be a tribute to the Toronto mega-star's rap style, being that it's named after his famous flow.

"I'm always in the Bentley how the f--- could you miss me/I'm always on the charts I know why you n----s diss me/'Cause black war street getting deeper than the '60s/Them boys in the hood lay you down like Ricky," Game raps on the track.

We'll have to wait and see what Game might be cooking up in this next year as far as his rap career goes. Take a listen to the brand new track above.

 

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