Game ft. J Black - Everywhere

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Mars [of 1500 or Nothin']
Album:
TBD

Somebody tell ‘em that Michael Jackson alive, somebody tell ‘em 2Pac never died, someone tell ‘em Biggie is in my ride and we on the Westside.” Let it not be said that Game suffers from a lack of self-confidence. Coming on the heels of the radio-only premiere of star-studded single Celebration, Everywhere sees the West Coast heavyweight celebrating his continuing domination of the hip-hop game over a majestically tuneful instrumental by Mars of 1500 or Nothin’. J. Black lends his vocals to the record’s uplifting chorus. Keep your browsers locked to our front page for the latest from Game—including Celebration, which will be featured as soon as its official, iTunes version drops.

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