After announcing plans to drop a new mixtape titled Operation Kill Everything (OKE) earlier this year, West Coast rapper Game is going to bring the project into reality in the next 24 hours.
If all goes accordingly, fans will finally be able to get their hands on the new underground project Tuesday evening.
The Game is back in mixtape mode. On Tuesday night, the Compton rapper will release his mixtape OKE (Operation Kill Everything). He has revealed the cover art, which shows him sitting amongst a pile of destruction. After starring on a second season of his VH1 reality show “Marrying The Game,” Game returns to the mic with his first mixtape since 2012?s California Republic. On the evening of its release, he will also make an appearance on AXS TV’s “Skee Live.” Game has been giving back as part of his Robin Hood Project and is working on the follow-up to last year’s Jesus Piece, due in 2014. (Rap-Up)
While details were intially slim, the Black Wall Street head broke the mixtape news back in May.
“Almost done with my “Operation Kill Everything” mixtape !!!!!!! Y’all gone f*ck wit this hard !!! Let the workd know #OKE is comin !!! RT RT,” Game tweeted May 6th.
“RT @giz_mow: Can’t wait to hear @thegame verse fo bitch don’t kill my vibe – tomorrow. #OKE” (Game’s Twitter)
Recently, Game said confirmed his days at Interscope Records had come to an end.
“Recently, a free agent,” Game said in an interview. “I was signed to Interscope for my last five albums which, of course, are all platinum and I’ve been taking a lot of meetings and on a lot of conference calls about my next move and I just – I haven’t narrowed it down yet.” (“Larry King Now”)
Last fall, the West Coast rapper announced Rick Ross had displayed interest in snagging him up after his final contractual Interscope Records obligation.
“This is my last studio album for Interscope,” Game told Sway during Wednesday’s episode of “RapFix Live.” “I talked to Ross the other day — shout-out to MMG, Wale and Meek Mill, they started off the MMG Tour in Penn State. I rocked with ‘em onstage and I was talking to Ross, and Ross was like, ‘What’s up with that last album?’ And I’m like, ‘You know, it’s the last album.’ And he was like, ‘Nah, never mind, Jimmy ain’t gon’ let you go.’ So that and talking to [Cash Money’s] Baby and [Lil Wayne] two times a week, you know, it’s cool. I kinda feel like a little free agent in the league real quick.” (MTV)