Fans may have had to wait an unusually long time for the release of Game's The R.E.D. Album, but the West Coast rapper promises that he will deliver the goods—and he's got some special guest appearances that’ll make it worth the wait.
“I think the people will appreciate the collaborations. Dr. Dre is actually rapping on this album," Game told Vibe magazine regarding his recent reunion with the Aftermath head honcho. "This is the first album that I've ever dropped where I have Dr. Dre's voice actually on the album."
Other guests on Game's much-delayed fourth effort include Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa, Drake and Snoop Dogg.
"I got a good cast of all-stars,” he said.
One all-star who people may be surprised to see on the album credits is Odd Future front man Tyler, the Creator.
“Oh yeah, Tyler [The Creator] is on the album. I forgot about him. He ain't really doing features for nobody. He feels like fuck everything and I don't blame him either," Game said. "It's a California thing, and I got respect for him and his hustle and what they're doing and just being kids and being rebels for the cause," he said.
Game says he and Tyler, who recently got kudos from another Aftermath affiliate, Eminem, collaborated on a song called "Martians vs. Goblins" that will appear on the album.
The R.E.D. Album is due in stores August 23 from Interscope.