Aftermath C.E.O Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

Dre started Aftermath records in the mid 90s, after his Death Row days.

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L.A. Dodgers Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

The baseball team from LA, where Game is from.

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Rif-rat Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

riff-raff, i.e., the BS

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D.O.C. Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

D.O.C., a rapper from LA who played an under-appreciated part in the formation of the “Chronic 2001” album. If Dre was rapping on that album, and he wasn’t spitting a ghost-written verse that Eminem had written (like on “What’s the Difference”) or Jay-Z (on “Forgot About Dre”), it was D.O.C. who wrote it. D.O.C. had his vocal cords destroyed in a car crash, which kept him from rapping. He thus wrote raps for other people. He can be heard with a really creepy, scratchy laugh on an interlude on the 2001 album.

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Deep Cover Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

Deep Cover is a 1992 crime thriller film starring Laurence Fishburne (this being the last film in which Fishburne was credited as ‘Larry’) and Jeff Goldblum and directed by veteran actor Bill Duke. It is also notable for its theme song of the same name, composed by Dr. Dre and the then-newcomer Snoop Doggy Dogg.

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Murda inc Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

Play on the word “murder ink”, ink from Game writing rhymes that kill people, and “Murda Inc.”, the record label to which Ja Rule was signed, who is mentioned in the next line.

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Now the beef wit me and 50 Cent gone Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

50 and Game had an extended feud that started in 2005.

Game signed onto Aftermath Entertainment, it was later arranged that he would work with 50 Cent and his hip hop group G-Unit. The sudden feud between the pair, who had been marketed as having a mentor/protégé relationship, started soon afterwards. The two were able to put their differences aside for the release of The Game’s debut album, The Documentary which was released on January 18, 2005. The album was a success for The Game and had three singles that featured 50 Cent. The release date of 50 Cent’s second album, The Massacre, was pushed back in order to accommodate The Game’s album, causing a rift between 50 Cent and Interscope Records. Tensions would rise during the filming of the music video for The Game’s third single, “Hate It or Love It”, when 50 Cent refused to shoot a scene in the front seat of a car with The Game, instead sitting in the back (The Game’s brother, Big Fase 100, would replace him).

50 Cent later dismissed The Game from G-Unit on Hot 97 radio.

—-There’s an entire wikipedia page on it

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Murdaring Ja Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

There was “beef” (if you can even call it that) back in the day. Ja Rule called out Dr. Dre in a magazine, saying Dre wasn’t as great as people thought.

The Aftermath crew than jumped to Dre’s defense and just destroyed Ja. See Obie Trice’s “Shit Hits The Fan” from his album “Cheers”, or 50 Cent’s “Back Down” from his debut album “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'”. Game jumped in on it and destroyed Ja Rule, and now he feels bad about it.

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Now watch game finish his second album without him Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

Game’s 2nd album came out after he left G-Unit, with which he was first affiliated.

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Mister potatohead Here We Go Again by Game (Ft. Dr. Dre)

50 cent does have a pretty big head

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