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West Coast rapper Game is back in music-making mode and is surrounding himself with some positive vibes. The hip-hop veteran has hit up social media to show fans who he’s putting in audio work with.

This week, the Los Angeles native hopped on Instagram with an in-studio shot of himself alongside hip-hop artists like Ro James.

Recently, Game penned a reflective open letter about putting out his first-ever studio album The Documentary in 2005.

Never thought I would ever be signing an album or that anyone would ever know the words to anything I wrote…. dreams do come true.. I was a poor kid from Compton… my momma worked at the post office n the money wasn’t enough so she started to make gumbo after she put us to sleep n then she took 20-30 bowls to work with her on the graveyard shift n sold them for $10 dollars to her hungry co-workers cause she knew they’d be hungry on that 4am lunch break… yea she did that while we were sleeping just to put us through private school… while my daddy sold as much heroin as he could to meet her 1/2 on on the bills… my parents were hustlers until cocaine infested COMPTON & took my father from us & pulled him into the streets where he wouldn’t recover until I was a sophomore in Highschool… by then it was too late to save me… I was hangin “CEDAR BLOCK PIRU” by then & that would lead to my lifestyle as a young COMPTON nigga that wanted more than what Rosecrans & Wilmington had to offer… I taught myself how to rap in 4 months, got signed to Dr. Dre & showed @kendricklamar the 2003 Harley truck on gold Dayton’s when we were 2 young Westside niggas that stole bikes just to keep up wit fashion at school…. check my facts.. ask niggas.. I am as advertised… I never faked shit… & I never will.. I earned my place in hip hop history… I carried the West Coast by my mornafuckin self at one point… & 15 years later I’m still selling out shows worldwide… krazy thing is all I ever needed was Wi-Fi & a XBOX… I’m content… my children, my family, my fans & my music…. that’s all I give a fuck about… HOLLA !!! #DrunkButTRILL #ripPIMPC

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A few weeks ago, Game linked up with hip-hop trio Migos.

Studio drip 💧 #CultureShock #WaitForIt #London

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Last month, the hip-hop vet thanked fans for helping him move forward following his dad’s recent death.