News: Bow Wow Congratulates Game's Return To Aftermath, "I Know The Doc Gone Lace You W/ Them Beats"
Wednesday, Feb 10, 2010 1:30PM
Rapper Bow Wow has congratulated Game on his return to Dr. Dre's Aftermath Records and revealed his anticipation for the rapper's R.E.D. Album.
Writing via Twitter, Bow Weezy sent Game his best wishes on the return to Aftermath.
"@ihategame i heard you bk on the math. congrats. im ready for the album man," Bow wrote Tuesday (February 9) evening. "@ihategame i want you on my album too. we got to do that song like we said. thats the concept @ihategame yea i know the doc gone lace you with them beats. tellem im rich too. i can afford 1 of those dr.dre beats. #amexblackcard." (Bow Wow's Twitter)
Game also confirmed the move back to his first major label.
"On my way to the "AFTERMATH" headquarters.... my n*gga Slim The Mobsta get outta jail today. The Commission..... coming soon," he wrote yesterday. "@bowwow yall n*ggaz got it poppin over there @ Young Money! da MATH comin hard as F*CK dis yr. would ask u 2 bet on it but u dont pay up lol AFTERMATH, and aint nothin' AFTER THAT (slim shady voice) DRE den put me back on AFTERMATH. niggaz is in trouble now. TO BE CONTINUED..........................." (Game's Twitter)
He recently spoke on his admiration toward Dre.
"I used to always wonder why [Dr. Dre] would make one face [during photo shoots]. He wouldn't change it. He wouldn't smile. He wouldn't turn profile. It [would] just be straight on. If you saw Dr. Dre in pictures, it's always straight up. It's the same facial expression. And I asked, 'Yo, why do you do that?' and he said, 'It's the only way I like to see myself ... When the magazine cover comes back or the album comes back and when someone is taking pictures and I see it, it's the only way I like to see myself.' You think [Dre is] being rude, but he just knows. So after that, you know, if I don't feel comfortable doing it, I'm not doing it. And, at the end of day, I have to be happy with it. I mean, the photographer's taking pictures, you guys got a magazine to sell, but I've gotta be comfortable with who I am." (Rolling Out Magazine)
Game's time on Aftermath reportedly ended in 2006.
Due to his disputes with 50 Cent, Game left Aftermath Entertainment and signed with Geffen Records (another label under Universal Music Group's Interscope-Geffen-A&M division) to terminate his contractual obligations with G-Unit in the summer of 2006. The rapper's second album Doctor's Advocate was released on November 14, 2006. (Wikipedia)
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