The Game Reps His G-Unit Roots On “72 Bar Assassin”
The Game does what he does best on DJ Kay’s new single “72 Bar Assassin,” name-dropping 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and more in a deadly lyrical display.
That’s not to say Game doesn’t come out swinging, however. Taking to the cold and hard-hitting production with a vengeance, Game lives up to expectation in a few ways: for one, he’s rapping at an elite tier, and two, the namedrops arrive in spades. “King of New York, King of L.A, and I don’t give a fuck what Diddy say, my semi spray,” he raps. And later: “my n***as air out the club then we Damon Dash, in the same PT Cruiser that n***a Stunna had / puffin’ on a blunt of gas, just to talk about a Verzuz with 50 tell Swizzy I need a hundred cash.”
In an interesting turn, Game actually represents his G-Unit roots, praising Lloyd Banks‘ recent album The Course Of The Inevitable and noting that “it’s still the Unit as long as I can still move em’.” There’s certainly lots to unpack on “72 Bar Assassin,” so be sure to dive into Game’s latest right here.
My n***as air out the club then we Damon Dash,
In the same PT Cruiser that n***a Stunna had
Puffin’ on a blunt of gas
Just to talk about a Verzuz with 50 tell Swizzy I need a hundred cash