Game - OKE: Operation Kill Everything

Posted about 3 years ago

Most artists spend weeks, if not months, preparing for the release of a free mixtape. They leak song previews, shoot and release videos and spend 24/7 on their social networks, blasting the good word to their fans. Game is not one of these artists. Seemingly out of nowhere the veteran West Coast emcee has come together with DJ Skee to release freebie street album, OKE: Operation Kill Everything.

Like many of Game's previous mixtape release, OKE features a Who's Who list of emcees, singers and producers. Collaborators on the 19-track set include, but are certainly not limited to Chris Brown, Cool & Dre, DJ Mustard, Juicy J, Nipsey Hussle, ScHoolboy Q and more.

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