The Game On Kim & Kanye Awkwardness, Jack Harlow’s White Privilege & Being Best Rapper in the World

Gearing up for the release of his upcoming album, ‘Drillmatic’, The Game pulled up to chat with Speedy Morman in the hills of Los Angeles this week. There, they spoke on whether or not rap lyrics should be used in court, the topic of white privilege and how it has played a role for rappers like Eminem and Jack Harlow, and his former relationship with Kim Kardashian and awkwardness when working with Kanye West. They also discussed Game's competitive side with him claiming to be the biggest rapper in the world, what would happen if he and Drake played a 1 on 1 game of basketball, and beating Jake Paul in a fight. Tune in for that and much more!

360 With Speedy Morman is a long-form conversation series with your favorite musicians, actors, and celebrities that explores their never-before-heard stories and the keys to success in an ever-changing industry.


0:41 Game's early life & working at Home Depot
3:55 Craziest party back in the day
6:24 Being in a shootout the day his 1st album dropped
9:05 Should rap lyrics be used in court?
10:55 Being a better rapper than Eminem
11:58 Does white privilege play a factor in rap?
15:29 Kim and Kanye awkwardness
23:48 Clearing up the alleged lies
29:39 Being the biggest rapper in the world
33:12 Is his celebrity net worth accurate?
36:53 Playing Drake 1 on 1
43:53 New album 'Drillmatic'

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