Game

Rapper When Game dropped his debut album, The Documentary, in 2006 he was called The Game and a member of G-Unit. Much has changed for the Compton-born rap star in recent years—he’s now just Game, has cut ties with G-Unit, and sold over 10 million albums worldwide. Despite some serious beef with rappers like 50 Cent and Memphis Bleek and numerous run-ins with the law, the Grammy-nominated rapper keeps putting in work to hold it down for the West coast.

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Rappers Who Can't Escape Their Exes

Sorry K. Camp, but it ain’t always that easy to cut a chick off.

When Artists Change Album Titles

Game's got a new name for his next musical set.

Don't Label Me: Artists Beefin' With Their Record Labels

Azealia Banks ends contract with Universal and other artists with label disputes.

Music Stars and Lawsuits

Is Kendrick Lamar in trouble for a Section.80 track? Could Weezy lose his website? Plus more stories about music stars getting sued.

Stage Struggles: Strange Fan Encounters at Shows

Those awkward moments artists share with their fans.

17 Rappers Being Patriotic on Instagram

Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Snoop and others display their American pride.
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