After announcements that Game's fourth official major label album, R.E.D. would release as early as February of this year, the Compton emcee's reunion project with Aftermath Records has delayed twice. This weekend, Rap-Up.com announced that The Black Wall Street founder will release the project on June 15.
As of right now, that puts Drake and Game in competition of each other, though neither artist has spoken on the matter yet. At present, Game's album, backed by the Cool & Dre single, "Shake" , features confirmed production from Pharrell, Dr. Dre and others.
UPDATE: Tuesday morning it was announced that Pharrell will be co-executive producing the album, along with Game. Previously, the Star Trak founder did this with albums from Snoop Dogg and Slim Thug.
Additionally, Game released a statement, "[Dr.] Dre is a Hip Hop legend and one of the reasons I’m making music. To be working so closely with him again…man, I don’t even have words to describe it...my two favorite producers are helping me with the direction of this album, I couldn’t be in a better position.”