G.A.M.E., ‘Red Nation’ Feat. Lil Wayne – Song Review
No, you're not at a sporting event, that's just G.A.M.E.'s new single 'Red Nation,' featuring Lil Wayne. Though, the track does sample 'Kernkraft 400' (which is played at every basketball game, like, ever), and will get you out of your seat cheering for the rapper's much anticipated return.
'Red Nation' acts as the lead single from G.A.M.E.'s forthcoming fourth studio album, 'The R.E.D. Album' -- and with Weezy's help, it's outlined for quite a comeback.
In the chorus Wayne spits that he's the go-to guy, which is not news to anyone:
"Now blood the f--- up / Every day is a gamble / Oh well tough luck / The world is in my hands, I'm gonna squeeze it til it busts / I can't tell you what's good / But I can tell you what's what"
This isn't the first time that Game and Weezy have collaborated on a track. In 2008, Wayne laid down the vocals on 'My Life' -- the third single from Game's 'LAX' album.
As for 'Red Nation,' hate it or love it? Well, we like it. It's not epic, but we do love Game's enthusiasm and quick, clever rhymes. Ideally, it'd be best suited for a Cincinnati Reds game over radio, but we could see the second single coming in strong.
'The R.E.D. Album' is slated for a late summer release, so until then, we'll take two ice cold beers over here.
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