I can remember when 50 dropped Game from G-Unit. A lot of people predicted that he wouldn't last. Well, G-Unit and 50 are no longer in regular rotation, except for their hits, but Game is still respected in the industry, especially on the West Coast. Honestly, I am not a big Game fan, but it was interesting to read how he was so involved in making his album. From choosing artists, helping to seal deals to chosing the sequening, he definitely wanted to ensure that his presence was felt in all aspects. How he listened to beats, then wrote songs (instead of finding beats for a song that he wrote) was surprising. I guess once you're a couple of albums deep in the game (no pun intended) with a talent for freestyling, you can make classic tracks for your fans easily. I definitely liked how he openly paid so much homage to the likes of Dre, Wayne, Snoop and others. Some rappers' egos will not let them show, not even for an instance, that they are fans of other artist. While I felt Game could have lowered his hard more to show more insight, this book was definitely an entertaining read.