The Game Salutes the 6 God on 'Drake Flows'

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The Game performs at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre on July 18, 2015 in Irvine, Calif. 

The Game never hesitates to show love to Drake. After the two teamed up for "100" in 2015, the "Hate It or Love It" rapper gives the 6 God more praise with his new song "Drake Flows." 

With Drake's 2011 Take Care standout "Look What You've Done" serving as the sample, The Game exercises his wordplay abilities. Despite the track only being two minutes long, he delivers fiery bars from start to finish. 

"Who with it/ The gun spitter, young home run hitter/ Moët sipper, hit you with the flow like Biggie/ King of this rap sh-- out the park like Griffey," The Game raps. 

Last December, the Compton rapper revealed that he was considering retirement when he revealed that his 10th album Westside Story would likely be his last.

"When I get back to L.A., I'm going straight to jail because I f---ing had a fight with a police officer and sh--,"  he said to his fans during a concert. "So I'm gonna sit down for a bit and write my next album, which is probably gonna be my last album. It's called Westside Story. It's gonna be some ill sh--."

Check out "Drake Flows" below:


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