L.A.X. Pushed Back To August 26, Game Previews Album
Joining Game at the party were producers Cool & Dre [click to read], who contributed five tracks to LAX, including "Red Magic" and "My Life," both featuring Lil Wayne. Other producers to pitch tracks are Nottz, Jelly Roll, J.R. Rotem, Kanye West and - not reported last week [click to read] The Trackmasters. Noticeably absent from the early tracklisting - which has yet to be finalized - was a collaboration with Nas, which Game recently confirmed to be a track dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Game arrived to the first listening session for his album before many of the guests, sitting outside in a black Bentley with his Black Wall Street affiliates in tow. In an emotional introduction, he narrated his life story to the audience - consisting of many VIPs in town for the BET Awards - from "a pretty smart little cool dude" to a basketball player, gangbanger and eventually drug dealer in Compton who survived being shot in the heart.
"Anybody that wants to know what it's like to get shot in the heart - I know," Game said. "I bleed this west coast shit."
Lastly, The Game has offered fans to design his next tattoo. Interested parties can view the rapper's Imeem page [click here] and upload suggested designs.