The Game Honors 50 Cent And Dr. Dre While Commemorating The Anniversary Of “The Documentary”

The Game Honors 50 Cent And Dr. Dre While Commemorating The Anniversary Of "The Documentary"

On the 18th anniversary of his major label debut, “The Documentary,” The Game has expressed gratitude to 50 Cent and Dr. Dre for helping him realize his aspirations.

The Compton native celebrated the album on Wednesday (January 18) by sharing reflections on the recording process and what it took to complete the production. The Game claimed that his major objective was to share his tale in order to give his son the opportunity to live a life different from that of his father.

In addition, he thanked Dr. Dre and 50 Cent for all of their assistance. The Game was also signed to G-Unit and Aftermath, with 50 and Dre serving as the album’s executive producers.

“18 years ago today…. A hip hop classic was born,” The Game captioned his post. “All I wanted to do was tell my story & make sure my son would never live the life I did. @snoopdogg passed me the torch, @bustarhymes kept me focused… @drdre laid the foundation & @50cent helped put the puzzle together.”

He continued: “I took @jonathanmannion to the depths of Compton, California & showed him the heart of what I survived. He captured the essence of my city, my hood & brought to the world my vision. Always remember, it is no longer a dream once it becomes reality.”

The Game has taken several jabs at 50 and Dre in the past, while expressing love. One of the most recent instances had Game saying on a Drink Champs episode that Kanye West has done more for him than Dr. Dre.

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