born into the world as Jayceon Taylor, The Game had roots of any outstanding rapper. Living in Compton, California (Birthplace of Gangsta Rap)The Game had hard knocks at a young age. After his father was accused of raping his sister, The Game was put into custody of his grandparents. His other two brothers were sent to foster homes and sisters with them. Though they lived relatively close, The Game didin't get really involved in the family until his brother, Jevon, a Crip gang member, got shot and killed.
The Game, wanting out of the hood, decided to tag along with his older brother, Big Fase 100. Fase taught him how to run the streets and set up shop. Fase, being a Blood gangmember, converted The Game into a Blood. Then, when one of his adopted brothers died, The Game went hard-core. He stole anything he could and sold everything he could. His mother, after giving him a second chance, kicked The Game out of her house.
Fase and The Game then moved to the projects of a nearby city and set up shop there. A lucrative businesss, the drug trade caught the eyes of many rivals. One night, while The Game was alone in his apartment, there was a knock on the door. When he opened up, he would get shot five times. Becoming very thankful, he spent the next five months in recovery thiking about a better future. The Game asked his brother Fase to bring him Dre’s The Chronic, Big’s Ready To Die, Jay-Z’s Reasonable Doubt, Ice Cube’s Death Certificate, Snoop’s Doggystyle, 2Pac’s All Eyez On Me, every Kool G Rap record, and anything from NWA.
After analyzing them, The Game came out with his own mix-tape. The CD would eventually hit the hands of the Gangsta Rap King, Dr.Dre. After signing him with Aftermath Records, Dr. Dre wanted to expose The Game to the rap game. Seeing as how 50 Cent was in the news and well known, Dr. Dre thought that moving The Game into G-Unit would give him the eyes he needed to see rap. At first, 50 Cent and The Game were getting along. 50 Cent helped The Game make songs for his album, The Documentary. But after long, the two ex-gang members' relationship would head south. After Ja Rule, Fat Joe, and Jadakiss came out with "New York", 50 Cent made a track for his new album, The Massacre, called "Piggy Bank". The song contained disses at Ja Rule, Fat Joe, and Jadakiss. 50 Cent looked for ALL of the G-Unit to back him up. But when The Game publicly spoke to MTV and said that he chose NEITHER side, 50 Cent grew pissed. Then, when 50 Cent found out that The Game was doing songs with Nas, 50 Cent publicly spoke to Hot 97, in New York, kicking The Game out of G-Unit. The interview would be cut short however, after shots were heard coming out of the Hot 97 building. Even so, The Game is a crazy raper. The Game's ability is superb in that he has a flow of words and doesn't go over the beats per minute. The Game's experences bring out the gangsta that he is and his rhymes easily out-wit those of 50 Cent. With The Documentary almost reaching platinum, The Game has proved that even the January cold can't stop his West Coast hot rhymes. His only regret? The fact that his grandma, the one who nicknamed him The Game, never saw him make it in the game...
The Game is the best rapper from the West Coast since Snoop Dogg, Tupac and Dr.Dre.
by Lights Out March 07, 2005
A game played by middle school to high school students. The rules are as follows
Rule One:
You are playing The Game.
Rule Two:
Whenever you think about The Game, you lose.
Rule Three:
Loss must be announced.
The game is an both a philosophical paradox and a simple time waster at the same time.
"Damn, I lost the game!"
"Damn, now I lost!"
by Secret Kahuna April 14, 2009
An overrated 'gangsta' rapper who showed some inital promise with his decent debut album, "The Documentary" in which The Game provided a more introsepctive take on things then his former G-Unit comrades, even if the album had a number of weak songs on it. He also had to thank the guys who produced his debut album such as Dr Dre and Kanye West since they basically made the album what it was, making up for his moments of lyrical wackness.

However, instead of developing into a better rapper for his second album, "The Docter's Advocate" he followed the same subject matter except this time he spent the whole album name-checking Dr Dre even though Dre didn't contribute to the album at all. It got to the point you wondered whether or not he was secretly in love with Dre. Also, the production wasn't as good as before meaning the experience of him going on about Dre was made even worst!

He's releasing a third album called "LAX" which is meant to be his last album and if so then good riddance! (Looks forward to Game getting out-rapped by all the guests on his own album....)

Game Fanboy: "The Game is betta than G-Unot coz hes a real G and The Documentary is a classic!"

Me: "STFU he's near enough just as wack as 50 cent, only slightly better and if The Documentary is a classic then hell must have frozen over with flying pigs inhabiting it!"
by eonerf July 21, 2008
'The Game' is an expression used to assosiate one's level of popularity. The number of good deeds one performs, one will recieve 'Big Points'. However, if one performs an unrespectable deed one will not recieve big points. The expression 'Big in the Game' is used to comment on one persons actions being respected.
"Camilla, i beg you buy me a draw!"
"Big in the game!"
by reeeeeeeeconnect March 04, 2008
Where to begin... To start with you are in the game, and if you aren't thinking about it, you aren't in the game. If you do think about not thinking about it, you're back in the game. Oh and you cannot win the game. Yeah, it is that damn annoying and immature. Tell a friend!
I told Jim about the game 3 days ago, and now he's gone insane.
by Jammers90 June 25, 2007
Former west coast stripper who went by the name of "Jessi".
Also appeared on the former television show "Change Of Heart" and got dumped by his girlfriend. He got rejected by the NBA numerous times and finally became a gangster when he landed on Dr.Dre's Aftermath label.
"Yeah I know The Game, he the bitch nigga that used to work at a strip joint around that corner"
by Kim T. January 26, 2006
Its the game where if you talk about the game, hear the game, see the game, or even think about the game, you lose that game. If your not thinking, hearing, seeing, or talking bout the game, your not playing the game; so theres no way to win the game.
hey, guess wat.


the game.

by DanceOrDie November 27, 2010
The game is very simple, yet so complicated. Here are the rules-

1. You must NEVER, EVER think of the game.

2. When you think of the game, you must say out loud something along the lines of "I Lost The Game" (If you want others to lose, SAY IT LOUDLY)

3. After you have lost the game, you must wait 1 hour before mentioning it again(The time varies amongst different people)

4. You can NEVER quit the game.

There are 2 ways to win.

1. You must forget about it completely. You mustn't remember, EVER... meaning that you don't even know you won.

2. You die.

Guy #2- I lost.

by LOLIMMEGAN October 17, 2010

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