Today In Hip-Hop: Game Releases ‘LAX’

On this day, August 26, in hip-hop history... 2008: After all of the drama that led up to the release of his sophomore effort, The Doctor's Advocate, it was time to prove that Game's career could exist without the crutch of Dr. Dre and the beef that surrounded his exit from G-Unit. LAX, Game's third album, showed that Game was finally capable of existing as an artist on his own.  Released in August 2008, LAX was released to positive reviews and solid sales as it would debut at number two on the Billboard Charts before going to sell 765,000 copies on it's way to a Gold record. The ...

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