Game sat down with The Breakfast Club while he was promoting The R.E.D. Album in NYC. When discussing why it’s taken him so long to put out his new album, he said that he’s been chilling with his family and that people expect him to put out music everyday. Angela asked him about the album being pushed back 10 times. He said “a couple times I wasn’t ready musically, and a couple times it didn’t fit on the labels schedule. It happens, it’s the business.” Charlamagne asked him about the “Uncle Otis” record being a cry for attention. “I just felt like doing it” Game says. “I never had to explain myself to nobody, not even Charlamagne Tha God.” Envy asked him about dissing Jay-Z again, even after he told Pharrell he was going to leave him alone. Game said he wish everyone would stop taking it so personal.
Angela asked him about changing his mind a lot. He used the excuse that “everyone changes their mind a lot.” Charlamagne tells Game he’s in the class of most bi-polar rappers and Angela asked him if he really is bi-polar. He said he didn’t take a stab at Big Sean on “Uncle Otis.” He addresses the rumors about signing with Cash Money, but said he still owes one more album to Interscope; and who knows how long that will be.
Charlamagne asked him about people not messing with him because of his antics, and Envy asked him about the situation with his manager Jimmy Henchmen. They also discuss his relationship with Dr. Dre, if he would do a G-Unit reunion, falling in love easily, promoting gang culture, and more!