The Game has worked hard to establish himself as one of the best rappers in the world of hip-hop. He is highly successful, but it wasn’t always that way for the rapper, as he lived in poverty as a kid.

On the other hand, Dr. Dre is also one of the most accomplished rappers in the history of the hip-hop world. His influence in the entire genre is simply unparalleled, dating back to his days in the NWA.

It is a known fact that Dr. Dre is credited as an executive producer on Game’s debut studio album The Documentary. While speaking  on Uproxx’s Fresh Pair, The Game claimed that he has never received a beat from Dr. Dre.

You want Dre to oversee anything, because he’s a mastermind when it comes to that, but as far as like doing a beat for The Documentary, like…no. And I’ve never had a Dre beat in my career.


can’t give Dre credit for the Just Blaze, but it’s a Dr. Dre executive produced album,” he said. “People just don’t understand the underlinings and how the business works.

I’m never shooting shots at Dre, I’m only telling my story. And, my bad if you’re in it, but you’re in it.

Yeah, Dr. Dre signed me to Aftermath, but he wasn’t pressed to put my album out. That was 50 coming in, like, ‘Yeah, he dope as fuck, I want him in G-Unit,’ and Jimmy Iovine thought that was a good idea too. So, they put me in G-Unit, but I did not want to be in G-Unit. So that’s why I’m not on a G-Unit album, or you didn’t see me in my career with the group when you saw the group. I was just that kinda official, unofficial member.” 

Dr. Dre is currently busy working on a project with Snoop Dogg as well. We will have to wait and see what is next in store for The Game now.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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