Game Releases a 1-2 Punch With Videos for “My Flag” & “Da Homies” (Video)

Having released two acclaimed albums within a week apart, The Game’s 2015 campaign has been strong. As Heads debate the greater of The Documentary 2 and The Documentary 2.5 releases, Game drops a two-fer video from the latter.

Both “My Flag” and “Da Homies” are rooted in Compton, California street-life. Like the “Bangin’ On Wax” releases of the early 1990s, Game aims to spotlight the gang culture that raised him, and who he still maintains ties with. On “My Flag,” the MC brings in Strong Arm Steady’s Mitchy Slick, Jay 305, Skeme, AD, Joe Moses, and more—all bearing affiliations. Meanwhile, Ty Dolla $ign also joins the party, a product of the same Southern California culture that paid attention and respect to individual neighborhoods. As Game reps his set in the first half of the video, the second half acknowledges other sides, neighborhoods, and rag colors. This is purebred Gangsta Rap, and that unflinching quality that’s made T.D.2.5 such a touted listen.

In other news, Game has announced plans for a 2016 project called 1992. The project will reportedly be produced by Bongo, who worked extensively on both 2015 discs.

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