The Game Switches Delivery on “Drake Flows”
The Game is back with new music. Today (Jan. 26) he drops "Drake Flows," which samples Drizzy's "Look What You've Done" off of Take Care. Game, even though he isn't rapping like Drake at all, does supply the usual top-notch verse and occasional name-drops.
"Who with it/The gun spitter, young home run hitter/Moët sipper, hit you with the flow like Biggie/King of this rap shit out the park like Griffey/I make my guns out at the park, come get me/The Desert Eagles make a nigga move like Missy/I'm always in the Bentley how the fuck could you miss me/I'm always on the charts I know why you niggas diss me/'Cause Black Wall Street getting deeper than the '60s/Them boys in the hood lay you down like Ricky/So run, catch them hollow tips like a frisbee," he raps.
Game and Drake have a strong history. They struck gold last year when they linked up for "100" off of The Documentary 2. The track peaked at No. 82 on the Billboard Hot 100. The former G-Unit member also got into a heated beef with Meek Mill, Drake's current arch enemy, last year.
Most recently The Game announced during a show that his next project, Westside Story, will probably be his last album ever.
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