The Game was recently released from prison for his involvement in an incident involving a gun in a school zone after a basketball game. Now that he's out, he's wasting no time, getting right back in the studio to work on his new album, L.A.X. On Wednesday night he recorded the Cool & Dre produced "Big Dreams," which is set to be his first single from the album, due out in June. The track was set it hit the radio waves today (3/18) but was immediately leaked on the internet and you can listen to it here (lyrics here). Dre, of the producing team Cool & Dre, told MTV New's "Right now, he's like 'Pac," Dre said "It's like when 'Pac came outta prison and did 'California Love' that same night. "Lyrically, he's somewhere else right now," the producer added. Dre worked on two other tracks "Make The World Go 'Round" and "Red Magic," during the recent session with the compton rapper.
"When he was going to jail … he said he didn't know how long he's
gonna be going in for," Dre explained. "But he was like, 'When I come
out, I'm ready to go.' So the day he got out, we got the phone call,
like, 'Yo, come to L.A. right now.' So me and Cool jumped on the
Game only served 8 deays of his 60 day sentence and was released March 9th from the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in California due to overpopulation. Once Game did get out, he kept his word on collaborating with Cool
& Dre. The Miami producer said the trio share a bond over their
biggest hit, "Hate It or Love It." And, according to him, the new
record has the chance to be even bigger.
"Me and Cool have a really good relationship with him, being as that we
both share our biggest record together," he said. " 'Hate It or Love
It' is the biggest record Cool and I ever produced, and that happens to
be Game's biggest record, so we've always been close.
"['Big Dreams'] is one of the most amazing records that I can honestly
say that me and Cool have been a part of," Dre continued. "It's a
phenomenal record. It's very inspirational. It's gonna be big in the
streets, but it's gonna be big all across the board. I feel like 'Hate
It or Love It' was such an inspirational record that a lot of people
didn't see coming. And this has the same feel as far as how it makes
you feel, but it's gonna inspire the sh– outta everybody. It's one of
those records — his performance, his delivery, he's lyrically on a
level that I can't even compare anyone to. He stepped it up to a notch
that's amazing. He definitely has a new passion. And the f—ing record
is gonna really, really destroy."