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Doctor's Advocate

by The Game

Doctor's Advocate by The Game

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Doctor's Advocate

by The Game

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Label: Geffen
The walls are closing in. Friends are disloyal, allies become enemies and things get violent very quickly. The Game loves his son, reveres hip-hop and places his faith in the Glock. But outside that, the Compton emcee was "born by myself" and doesn't "owe you sh*t" That sense of abandonment and solitude engenders self-loathing. On "Doctors Advocate," he admits he betrayed former mentor Dr. Dre and apologizes to him. The album bangs from front to back. It's dark and bloody, and one of the better hip-hop releases of 2006.

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The walls are closing in. Friends are disloyal, allies become enemies and things get violent very quickly. The Game loves his son, reveres hip-hop and places his faith in the Glock. But outside that, the Compton emcee was "born by myself" and doesn't "owe you sh*t" That sense of abandonment and solitude engenders self-loathing. On "Doctors Advocate," he admits he betrayed former mentor Dr. Dre and apologizes to him. The album bangs from front to back. It's dark and bloody, and one of the better hip-hop releases of 2006.

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About This Album

The walls are closing in. Friends are disloyal, allies become enemies and things get violent very quickly. The Game loves his son, reveres hip-hop and places his faith in the Glock. But outside that, the Compton emcee was "born by myself" and doesn't "owe you sh*t" That sense of abandonment and solitude engenders self-loathing. On "Doctors Advocate," he admits he betrayed former mentor Dr. Dre and apologizes to him. The album bangs from front to back. It's dark and bloody, and one of the better hip-hop releases of 2006.