The Game Joins Koache & Nottz On A Song That Feels Like Back In The Day (Audio)

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Los Angeles MC Koache has released his debut album, Game Point. He’s joined on the project by West Coast OGs Xzibit and WC of Westside Connection, as well as young guns like BJ The Chicago Kid and Cory Gunz. A number of the tracks are produced by Nottz, including the reminiscent banger, “Back In The Day.”

“Back In the Day” features each of Koache, Game and Nottz spitting verses about the days of yore. The track itself is throwback in its sound, with a sample that feels like 70s Soul. Looking back doesn’t mean it’s all good, though. Each of the MCs reflects on troubled times, from losing friends from violence to being harassed by police to catching whippings for not getting their homework done.

The prevailing theme is that no matter what struggles they faced in the past, they made it through and are thriving.

You can purchase Game Point here and stream the entire project on SoundCloud.

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