The Game returns with “Heaven 4 A Gangster.”
This month marks the 21-year-anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s death in Las Vegas. The iconic rapper was recently honored with the All Eyez On Me biopic directed by Benny Boom, and now A&E is working on the Who Killed Tupac? docuseries. The Game pays his respect to 2Pac on a new record titled “Heaven 4 A Gangster.” On it, the Compton MC raps about how the late artist/actor/activist would be disgusted with the state of today’s music.
“‘Heaven 4 a Gangster” was my perception of what I thought the mental premonitions of Tupac and hip-hop would be seen as today,” The Game tells Billboard, who premiered the song. “Are we understood or are our testimonies categorized as a sin? Again is there a ‘Heaven 4 a Gangster?’ I wanna to know.”
New Music: The Game – “Heaven 4 A Gangster”