Game x Tyler The Creator x Lil Wayne – “Martians vs Goblins”

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The constantly pushed back RED Album from loyal Compton affiliate The Game finally has a release date that seems like its set in stone, coming out August 23rd via Aftermath/Interscope. The album will include a whole wad of cameos, including Drake, Young Jeezy, Big Boi, Rick Ross, Nelly Furtado, not to mention the whole thing will be narrated by Dr. Dre.

The latest from the album comes in the form of “Martians vs Goblins,” which you can assume by the title features OFWGKTA big dog Tyler, The Creator and also self made martian, Lil Wayne. Tyler continues to diss Bruno Mars on it, and takes a stab at Chris Brown and Tyler Perry, while Game calls out Lil B, Lebron James and his mother. No verses from Weezy, but he does provide a wicked hook; get the RED Album next week.

The Game – “Martians vs. Goblins” f/ Tyler The Creator & Lil Wayne

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