Less than a month away from release, Game’s fifth solo album tracklisting emerged Friday (November 16).
1. “Scared Now” feat. Meek Mill
2. “Ali Bomaye” feat. 2 Chainz and Rick Ross
3. “Jesus Piece” feat. Kanye West and Common
4. “Pray” feat. J. Cole and JMSN
5. “All That (Lady)” feat. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Fabolous, & Jeremih
6. “Name Me King” feat. Pusha T
7. “See No Evil” feat. Kendrick Lamar and Tank
8. “Can’t Get Right” feat. K. Roosevelt
9. “Heaven’s Arms”
10. “Hallelujah” feat. Jamie Foxx
11. “Freedom” feat. Elijah Blake
12. “Celebration” feat. Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa, & Lil Wayne (Jesus Piece)
Earlier this week, his new album’s standard cover art surfaced.
Game ignited a firestorm of controversy with the deluxe cover for Jesus Piece, which featured a portrait of a tatted Jesus wearing a bandana and Jesus piece chain. But the Compton rapper takes a different approach with the standard cover, paying tribute to his late brother. The black-and-white artwork features a picture of Jevon Danell Taylor with the words “In Loving Memory Of…” above it. Jevon was only 21 when he was shot at a gas station over a fight about a girl. (Rap-Up)
Last month, the rapper stood behind his controversial Jesus Piece artwork.
In Game’s reasoning for his album cover, he explains, “I did the album cover the way I wanted to. It embodies part of my career, my life; it’s all in that cover. And, you know, I love God, Jesus Christ is my savior and I’m still out here thuggin’.” Despite his newfound religion, he has resumed his usual hobbies of smoking weed — because “this is California” and he hasn’t read anywhere in the Bible that he can’t — and going to strip clubs because “that’s what I do.” (MTV)
In September, the former G-Unit member explained the motivation behind mixing religion and urban culture into his new solo effort.
“I’m calling [my new album] Jesus Piece ’cause last year in August I got baptized and so I’ve been going to church, but I still been kinda doing me out here,” Game said in an interview. “I still love the strip club and I still smoke and drink. I’m faithful to my family, so I wanted to make an album where you could love God and be of God, but still get it poppin’ in your life.” (Jenny Boom Boom TV)