L.A.X - The Game Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap - Gangsta & Hardcore / Artist: The Game / Import / Audio CD released at Polydor
Newest Review: ... and later outro which features DMX giving a strange sermon type religious speech which is while extremely strange it does set ... more
Customer L.A.X - The Game Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/04/10 (Useful, 5 readings)
LAX is the Game's third studio album. For me this release is really a mixed bag, there are a few tracks i'm simply in love with and a few that could have been left out. Upon beginning of this album the listener is greeted by a strangely erie introduction and later outro which features DMX giving a strange sermon type religious speech which is while extremely strange it does set a serious tone for the album from the word go. The first track LAX Files is an instant classic, a hard beat along with game expressing some serious issues with an immaculate lyrical ability shining through. A wonderful inclusion in my opinion was the Bulletproof diaries track with Raekwon of wu ... Read the complete review
by nathaninnit - written on 09/09/08
BACKGROUND "Raised in the city of angels, where safe and danger switch lanes." You don't have to be gangster to know the backstory behind 28 year-old rapper, The Game, releasing his third album since breaking on to the scene in 2005. Just as Dr Dre introduced Eminem to the rap business, and the two of them brought up 50 Cent as their prodigy -- they planned to expand their avenues with The Game as the newest of their investments. 'The Documentary' was the debut release on the Aftermath/G-Unit label (founded by Dr Dre and 50 Cent respectively) and promptly found its way to the top of the US Billboard propelled by the success of 'How We Do'. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/08, updated on 09/09/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
"L.A.X."(Life and Times) is the third, and supposedly final, album by the Compton rapper, The Game. I say 'supposedly' because many rappers have claimed to be retiring in the past, but it doesn't happen too many of those times, so I doubt that an artist with only three albums under his belt and a record label with no mainstream artists will just call it quits. 1. "Intro" 2. "LAX Files" The Game kicks the album off in a big way as he challenges all the fake thugs out there who have no idea of waht it's like to be subject to a Gangsta lifestyle; where your life is constantly under threat. With a haunting piano ... Read the complete review
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