Rapper Game talks "Red Nation" and His Sons

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

By Mr. Hollywood
JR Staff Writer

Throughout his career, Game has made it clear he is an active member of the Bloods gang. His gang affiliation made his Canada return less than favorable earlier this month. Still, Game continues to represent the gang. Game pledged allegiance to the Bloods with his lead single for The R.E.D. Album, "Red Nation."

The lyrics for the song, which features fellow Blood, Lil Wayne, are very agressive. Because of this, "Red Nation" has been heavily editied for radio play. Still, the song is hardly played by many radio stations because of the content. While the song, itself, is tough, the video is much tougher.

In the "Red Nation" video, Game is seen dressed in all red, in some parts, and the video re-enacts a riot. Due to the hardcore lyrics and the tougher visuals, BET and MTV decided to ban "Red Nation" from their respective channels. While Game was a little upset because his video was banned, he understands where the networks are coming from as a parent.

Game said his two sons are banned from ever hearing "Red Nation" or watching the video. Despite Game being heavy into gang activitiy, he says this is something his sons will never know about.


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