The Game and Drake Denounce Everything That’s Fraudulent on ‘100’
It has been over 10 years since The Game released his debut opus, The Documentary. The fandom surrounding that album was unreal. Now, with him inching closer on a possible release for The Documentary 2, he unveiled his new single "100," featuring OVO's commander-in-chief, Drake.
The Cardo and Johnny Juliano-produced song helps inject a nostalgic and vintage Documentary feel that avid Game fans have been craving for some time now.
"Do a n---- four favors, when they can't do the fifth / Run up on you at your granny's house, leave you lyin' like Fif," raps Game.
Meanwhile, the Compton rhymer lets Drizzy do what he does best: take over the hook department and kill it. "Y'all better not come to my studio wit' that fake s--- / Y'all better not come to my funeral wit' that fake s---," he says on the chorus.
With Game and Drake denouncing everything fraudulent, Drake injects the song with some well-needed candor. "Thank me later, thanks for nothin', Thanks for bluffin' / Thanks you so, so much for wearing your true colors/ To every single f---in' function," he spits.
This is definitely a very strong track and a great indicator that Game's The Documentary 2 is on the way. Also, be on the lookout for the video, which the dynamic duo recently shot in Los Angeles.