Game will have some familiar collaborators and some new album guests such as J. Cole & Future on his fifth solo album, "Jesus Piece." Cool & Dre are on the boards for a bulk of the LP.
After initial reports in recent weeks that confirmed Kanye West's and Trey Songz' involvement in Game's fifth solo album, Jesus Piece, the Compton, California emcee furher elaborated to the album's personnel. Speaking at the Beats By Dre headquarters, Game confirmed guest appearances are ranging from Common (who will join Kanye West on the title track) to J. Cole, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Future and Young Jeezy. "Everybody on the album kinda falls under this Jesus Piece concept," said Game, who noted that the album's single is likely to be banned from television.
On the production side, Game worked extensively with his longtime collaborators, Cool & Dre. The Miami, Florida duo produced Game's breakthrough single "Hate It Or Love It," and have worked with him ever since. "Cool & Dre flew out here [to Los Angeles], and they bought a house. We've been recording for three or four months." The pair's protege Sap is also confirmed to have multiple tracks on Jesus Piece.
The Beats By Dre video interview with Game is below: