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GAME went from Gangsta to great musician right before our eyes. He recharged legendary west coast captain Dr. Dre, delivering the producer’s last true Cali-themed classic in “The Documentary” and then took it upon himself to keep West Coast hip-hop relevant – #1 hit single, #1 album and $20 million-dollar film role at a time.

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1. How We Do
2. Westside Story
3. How We Do (Instrumental)
4. How We Do (Video)

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Wack! 25 Feb. 2005
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Game is one the most overhyped rappers we've seen in a long time, and his wack single "How We Do" pretty much proves it. The Game spits some pretty pathetic lines over a generic beat PROBABLY produced by Dr. Dre, who hasn't been on top of his game as of late.

Speaking of wack lines, 50 Cent makes an obligatory appearance in this piece of junk. His line "50... uhhh... Bentley... uhhh" couldn't get any lazier, and so far it's the frontrunner for the "Stupidest rhyme in a song 2005" award.

Bottom line: Watered-down, tailor-made for the clubs radio single. I know there's some better stuff on "The Documentary", but that's not really saying much of anything. But what do you expect from a guy that's only been rapping for 4 years and already has the ego of Kanye West?
Favorite ringtone! 22 July 2014
By Cynthia Blunt - Published on Amazon.com
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Love, love, love this song. Best collaboration ever!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Game 25 Jan. 2014
By M.J - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me make it clear my man like this music and I really dont listen to rap or reggae, So when ever I buy this type of music it is for him. He is a very big fan of this artist and he plays this album all the time so from him to you this cd is great :).
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Wack 5 Mar. 2005
By Low-Ko187 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is an example of how rap is getting worse and worse nowadays. remember the days when rap was good? There gone and that is a shame, cause of biatchs like the game and 50.

The beats are annoying and generic, produced by Dre who needs to get back to bein' better at producin'. The lyrics here are weak with no talent, especially 50 who makes this worser than it is already. Also the flow on here is weak and the whole track is basically.

I don't understand why this type of rap is gettin' fame and respect while all the talented rappers are unknown by most people for some reasonwhich i'll never know.

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