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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Money Ain't a Thing: When Rappers Give Back

Fame and fortune means philanthropy to these hip hop stars.

When Artists Change Album Titles

T.I.'s got a new name for his next musical set.

Dr. Dre Seems Pretty Excited About Game’s New Album

The Beats master hops in the studio with his protégé for The Documentary 2.

Game Pleads Not Guilty to Hitting Off-Duty Officer

If convicted, he could face three years in prison.

Album Covers Shot by Photographer Jonathan Mannion

On National Camera Day, we look at the work of J.M.

Pooch Hall and Tia Mowry Will Return for The Game Series Finale

Pooch Hall and Tia Mowry will return to The Game for the show's series finale.
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