News: Game's Fiancé Names His Five Best Songs
Wednesday, Dec 12, 2012 11:45AM
"Marrying The Game" star Tiffney Cambridge recently discussed her fiancé Game's music catalog and what her top five all-time favorite tracks from the West Coast rapper are.
Tiff credited one of Game's The Documentary debut records for getting them together.
"I'd have to say my first is 'Westside Story,' " she told MTV News with little hesitation. "That's the song that kinda brought us together. That was his first big hit, so I like 'Westside Story.' " Next on Tiff's list was his first gold single, "How We Do" with 50 Cent, but after that, the love of Game's life had to rack her brain a little bit, only because his discography is so large. "I like all of his music," she said before rattling off "Game's Pain" with Keyshia Cole and "My Life" with Lil Wayne, both from his 2008 LAX LP. For her final pick, Tiffney chose "Celebration" from his new album, Jesus Piece, which was released Tuesday (December 11). "It's a happy song, kinda upbeat," she said about the track, which not only features her husband-to-be, but also Weezy, Wiz Khalifa and Chris Brown. (MTV)
She also provided her input on the platinum-selling rapper's latest solo offering, Jesus Piece.
Now, Game's Jesus Piece is no gospel album, but it was in part inspired by Cambridge, who is a devout Christian. Lately, she has encouraged her man to take church a little more seriously. Already she has seen a change in him. "I think that his music and some of the songs on his new album reflect the fact that he has developed, or is beginning to develop, a deeper spirituality," she said. "I can see the maturity in him now." (MTV)
In late November, Cambridge revealed how she initially hooked up with Game.
"Through my sister's kid's dad. His sister does hair in his barbershop, so when I would go get my hair done, I would see Jayceon there," Cambridge said when asked how they met, referring to Game by his government name. "He would flirt back and forth with me, then I would see him sometimes at some parties and he'd just be flirting like, 'Can I take you out?' and all that kind of stuff. ... We had a lot of fun together. When I was with him, I forgot about a lot of the grief that I was going through at that time [with my mother passing]. He helped me and I helped him when he first left G-Unit. We just really developed a unique friendship and through that we just kind of fell in love." (VIBE Vixen)
Recently, the former G-Unit member spoke on Cambridge's persistence on doing a reality show with VH1.
Regardless, Game said his 37-year-old fiancée "found the heads of VH1 and started taking her own meetings" to forge ahead with the reality show, a move he's concerned about since he's worked to keep his relationship out of the glare of media and public opinion. "I kept her away because I didn't want her in the light because I felt it could harm or hurt her," he admitted. "And she wasn't ready. It's a lot to deal with. And then on the other hand, I was trying to keep it player." (ABC News Radio)