Music
by woveneric on August 16, 2011

Let's go back two weeks when Jay-Z and Kanye leaked “Otis” to eager audiences around the world. Two days later, Game pops out of no where with his his dis-heavy track “Uncle Otis.” This unapologetic assault on damn-near every buzzing rapper in the game left many with jaws on the floor. In one 3-minute song, Game references Jay-Z, Kanye West, Big Sean, Chris Brown, Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Kelly Rowland, Kreayshawn, DJ Khaled, Jennifer Lopez, Lil' Wayne, Marc Anthony, Waka Flocka, Drake, Miguel, Jeremih, 50 Cent, Nicki Minaj, Dr. Dre, Dee & Ricky, Wiz Khalifa, Amber Rose, and Rick Ross. What does he do the next day? Comes out and says it wasn't a diss track. This is most likely due to the fact that many of the artists he “dissed” on “Uncle Otis” are actually set to appear on his new album.

Fast forward to yesterday when footage surfaces from a recent studio session of Game recording “Martians vs. Goblins,” off his forthcoming project “The R.E.D. Album,” set to hit stores later this month. After laying down an offensively vulgar line about fathering Erykah Badu's child, Game goes after LeBron James and his mother and even ropes in former LBJ-teammate Delonte West. It's quite clear that Game's personality disorder is running at an all-time high this month. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that no one gives a shit he's dropping an album this month. Perhaps its the ink from one-too-many face tats seeping into his brain. Either way, this is pure comedy. Check out the video below and download the full version of 'Martians vs. Goblins' featuring Tyler, The Creator, and Lil' Wayne as well. Despite all the crazy talk, it's actually not bad.
 


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