For nearly two years, Game has been preparing for the release of his fourth album, The R.E.D. Album. Game said it would be his best lyrical effort, yet. On this album, Game was preparing to start the second phase of his career. Towards the end of 2009, his album was going to see the light of day.
But, Snoop Dogg managed to pull of the impossible, which stopped the album from being released. While working with Dr. Dre on his long-awaited Detox, Snoop suggested he bring Game in. Dre was not opposed to working with game. Snoop Dogg soon arranged a meeting and the two quickly got to work.
Because Dr. Dre wanted to work on The R.E.D. Album, it was delayed until March 2010. Throughout last year, release dates came and went without an album. Game has promoted several songs and they eventually ended up on mixtapes. This led to a minor dispute with RZA, early last month. In January, Game revealed he was close to done with his long-awaited album.
Recently, Game announced the release of “Red Nation,” the song is rumored to be the first official single released from The R.E.D. Album. The CoolÂ & Dre-produced single is said by Game to be released within the first two to three weeks.