The Game ft. Kanye West - Wouldn’t Get Far

Posted 9 years ago
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Kanye West

West coast favorite The Game and Chi-town’s Louis Vuitton Don, Kanye West, have teamed up again to bring music heads some straight up hip-hop hotness. The Game’s easy flow and Kanye’s trademark old school flava makes this an instant hit.  As if it couldn’t get any better, The Game uses Wouldn’t Get Far as a platform to shout out fallen west coast legend, Tupac. After all, the two have plenty in common; they both have a soft spot for video vixens.

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