This is what I would call an attempted hail mary play or a cry for help. The Game’s got a new CD to sell, but is anyone buying? More importantly, can The Game ever write a record without using someone’s name in it? Take a peep at this story via Vibe.com:
Jay-Z and Kanye West released their highly acclaimed track “Otis” off their upcoming duet album Watch The Throne just two days ago, and already there’s a diss track against it.
The Game decided to take shots at, well, everyone on the track that he calls “Uncle Otis”. “
“Heres a dome shot to this nigga named Otis/Niggas think they the coldest, but nigga you just the oldest/Niggas be chasing they youth, but it’s gone/ ‘Ye this nigga aint even want to put you on”
He raps in the opening verse of the track. From the looks of it, Hov seems like the main target of the diss.
New female rapper Kreayshawn also got a line thrown at her for the recent controversy involving her use of the N-word.
He raps “And I don’t wear no Fendi Fendi Gucci Gucci Prada Prada/I’m Charles Louboutin, you niggas aint saying nada/Little white bitch betta stay in ya place/Call me a nigga, Imma put the K in ya face!”
We could continue on about his disses to Marc Anthony, Big Sean, and Tyler, The Creator, but we’d rather you hear it yourself
Check out Game’s new diss below:
[UPDATE: THE GAME SPEAKS TO XXL MAGAZINE RE: HOV DISS]
“It’s poking jokes and taking shots, but that’s what I do,” he said.
“Anybody that takes it personal, they really shouldn’t but if you do, we can go there,” he added.