the game 1992

The Game finally delivered a double disc sequel to 2005’s The Documentary this year, and it’s arguably his best work since his debut album. As if that generous 36-song collection wasn’t enough, Jayceon Taylor announced on Instagram yesterday that he’s already lining up a new project for fans.

It’s called 1992 — which any head will tell you was a good year for West Coast rap — and is produced entirely by Bongo The Drum Gahd (Jeremih “Feel Like Phil,” Big Sean “Stay Down”). Unlike The Documentary 2, however, this project will be free of any guest features. Keep it locked for a release date.

Check out the album artwork below…

1992. [NO FEATURES] produced by @bongobytheway COMING SOON !!! #BlackWallStreetEntertainment

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In other news, it looks like The Game is still showing zero mercy to Stitches, who recently got jumped by Game’s homeboy (and later his own crew):

Related: Stitches Got Knocked Out By The Game’s Homeboy (Video)