The Game released the soundtrack/mixtape for his new upcoming gaming app, "Block Wars" and markets the mobile gaming service.
Block Wars consist of 10 tracks and one feature, Lorrine Chia. The mobile app game is still in development with The Game being Atari's new ambassador and no release date has been announced yet. Block Wars' soundtrack production was composed by Goodguydez, Jelly Roll, Bongo and SAP.
Game was inspired by his hometown Compton and the street life of its community to create the storyline, setting, characters; and plot for Block Wars. In doing so, he created the gaming app based on the culture of Compton to entertain by turning a negative into a positive (shift of energies).
"I’m loyal to Compton and will always shed light on my city."
The Game also, is part of a televised documentary about life in Compton called "Streets of Compton" on A&E with different seasons and episodes. The purpose of the documentary is to bring awareness about the drugs and gangs which plagues the city of Compton and how it motivated people like The Game to make a difference, and rise above it all. Detailing images and testimonies of people to showcase that not everybody from Compton bangs or slings that rock, and how its a community where people are willing to make a change for the better.
"We tried to educate people with my documentary Streets of Compton, so they could walk away with a little more knowledge than they had before."
Factoring all of this, The Game created and developed Block Wars.
"Now, here’s another light in the form of a gaming app and some new music for your entertainment."
Game announced he will be touring soon and hit the pavement in promoting and marketing his new gaming app, as well as this new soundtrack/mixtape for Block Wars. His "1992: Block Wars Tour" hits the road on August 26th, performing in Oakland and The Game's curtain call will be in Portland on October 6th.
Aside from the music, The Game is evolving into a leader that invokes the power of innovative change and shifting of energies through: unity, empowerment, healing, acts of philanthropy; and humanitarian services.
Check out his new project below.