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The Game Drops 10th Studio Album, ‘Drillmatic: Mind vs. Heart’

Following a lengthy delay, American rapper, The Game has finally dropped his highly anticipated album, “Drillmatic: Mind vs. Heart.”

Confidently boasting that the 31-song offering has “no skips” and will surely be in contention for “album of the year,” the Compton OG enlisted the talents of Hit-Boy to serve as the Executive Producer for his 10th full-length LP.

Tracks on “Drillmatic: Mind vs. Heart” include the Kanye West-assisted “Eazy,” which dropped back in January, and “The Black Slim Shady,” a song that, according to Game’s manager, Wack 100, is aimed at Eminem in an attempt to engage the elite lyricist in battle.

Prior to unveiling the album tracklist earlier this week, The Game hit up social media with a message to fans, explaining what they can expect and offering up some insight as to why the album’s release was pushed back from its original date in June.

“My apologies for the delay but fans sometimes don’t understand how hard it is behind the scenes trying to clear samples on over 30 records & to get publishing splits, agreements, mixes approved, featured artists agreements & a million other things done in order to have a clean, flawless album put together & released,” The Game wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.

“What I can guarantee you is that I personally put my heart & soul into this album from beginning to the end & anyone who’s come by my studio or heard this album will tell you that it is everything you expected it to be.”

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