During an interview with Vibe, Game discusses how the Dr. Dre produced Dead People came about and also mentions the ever elusive Detox, comparing it to the return of Jesus. “”Will you ever really get to see Jesus? It’s like a hip-hop Jesus.” While we’re at it, let’s add Jay Elect’s debut to the list of mythical albums releasing “soon”. Spotted: Complex.
I think “Bury Judas” is on the level of “Ether,” is on the level of “Takeover,” is on the level of 2 Pac “Hit Em Up.”
The above quote has me in tears right now. Anyways, in the clip above Shyne goes in to detail about his issues with Game, the diss track “Bury Judas” and the biblical references within the song. He also goes on to talk about his own music, losing his voice when he first got released from prison and how Messiah is gonna be his best work to date.
The man formerly known as Ron Artest teams up with Game, Big Noyd, Big Kap, Deacon, and Benji (Devin Ebanks) on the first offering from his upcoming mixtape, Passion, which he’ll be releasing during the 2013 NBA All-Star Weekend. Shouts to Complex Music.
As of late Game has become an elder statesman-slash-big brother who’ll fuck you up in a heartbeat for a few of his musician buddies. Speaking to the “King Of All Media” Jayeceon speaks on the advice he gave one Chris Brown.