Game's 'Jesus Piece' Album Coming in December

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Kanye West, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and many more guest on the LP.

"Jesus Piece," Game's fifth studio album, is set for a Dec. 11 release on Interscope Records. The official album artwork and track list to the rapper's "R.E.D. Album" follow-up were released on Tuesday (Nov. 20).

The album is led by the single "Celebration," which features Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne. Other featured artists on the album include Meek Mill, Kanye West, Rick Ross, Common, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar and Jamie Foxx.

"I have an amazing collection of artists helping me deliver the 'good word,'" says Game in a press statement, "and I hope the fans will receive it as one of their favorite hip-hop albums of the year."


"Jesus Piece" quickly follows last year's "The R.E.D. Album," which was mired in delays after his previous album, "LAX," was released in 2008. "R.E.D." debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart last year, and has sold 273,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Game released a controversial album cover for "Jesus Piece" last month, which depicts an African-American Jesus with a red bandana covering his mouth. That piece of artwork has shifted to the "Jesus Piece" deluxe edition, while the standard edition features a photo of the rapper's older brother, Jevon Danell Taylor, who was killed in a shooting at the age of 21.

Here is the standard track list for "Jesus Piece":

1. Scared Now ft. Meek Mill
2. Ali Bomaye ft. 2 Chainz & Rick Ross
3. Jesus Piece ft. Kanye West & Common
4. Pray ft. J. Cole & JMSN
5. All That (Lady) ft. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Fabolous & Jeremih
6. Name Me King ft. Pusha T
7. See No Evil ft. Kendrick Lamar & Tank
8. Can't Get Right ft. K. Roosevelt
9. Heaven's Arms
10. Hallelujah ft. Jamie Foxx
11. Freedom ft. Elijah Blake
12. Celebration ft. Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa & Lil Wayne


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