If there is such thing as too many new releases, then The Game isn't hearing it, as the Compton rapper followed up last fall's double release of The Documentary 2 and 2.5 with a collector's edition reissue this past January, and comes through today with yet another drop, the Streets of Compton soundtrack. The 11-track album serves a companion piece to A&E's three-part documentary series by the same name, which first aired on June 9.

Streets of Compton includes features from Problem and Boogie, with production credits going to Bongo, Phonix, League of Starz and more. Game had released "Death Row Chain" off of the album earlier this week, while "Roped Off," which dropped in mid-May, received a visual treatment just a few days prior. Game no doubt knows a thing or two about documentaries, with his Streets of Compton album available to stream via Spotify below.

But that isn't all for former G-Unit member, as back in late March, he revealed the artwork to his following album 1992, which is expected to drop later this year. The cover takes inspiration for Lil Wayne's Tha Carter 3 and 4, as a younger image of The Game is shown, with his L.A. star tattoo still below his eye.

With his many releases and set visits, The Game stays making headlines. What's more, he's got a mobile game called Block Wars coming soon, which means that Game has his hand in television, music, film and gaming at the moment. Check his most recent release just below.

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