The Game & Trey Songz Release A Record About The Ladies That Might Make Many Blush (Audio)

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The Game released 36 songs in 2015, via his The Documentary 2 and 2.5 albums. The star-studded albums were considered by many to be among the finest in Game’s catalog, and covered wide-ranging topics, from continued gang banging in L.A. to the void left by Tupac to recently re-captured drug lord, El Chapo. Game has stated that he recorded as many as 70 songs for the double album, and now he is releasing a deluxe edition with 4 bonus songs.

One addition to the mix is “Do It To You,” The Game’s hyper-sexualized song featuring the man who says he “invented sex,” Trey Songz. The track, which features an interpolation of Xscape’s “Who Can I Run To,” follows in the tradition of songs like Dr. Dre’s “F*ck You,” in making it explicitly clear what Game wants and what he will do when he gets it.

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