Six years ago, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown collaborated for the first time and the two had an undeniable chemistry. Over the course of those six years, the two have had numerous ups and downs in their careers and both are on top of their game currently. Compton rapper, Game, turned to both artists on his comeback album, The R.E.D. Album, and he wants them on the same track on his next album.
Two months ago, Game revealed he was back in the studio, working on two new projects. Game would announce his upcoming album, F.I.V.E. (Fear is Victory’s Evolution), which would come after the release of his California Republic mixtape. In between the releases of new music, VH1 documented Game’s career on their “Behind the Music” series. While Game has been overshadowed this year, he has still managed to generate buzz.
Game is preparing to re-enter the spotlight with the release of F.I.V.E. Sap, who is producing on the album, revealed the lead single would be titled “F.I.V.E.,” the title track. Famous for producing Mac Miller’s “Donald Trump,” Sap told XXL Game has featured Lil Wayne and Chris Brown on the song. The producer did not mention a release date, but he did say the song could be released before Memorial Day weekend, which is a little over a week away. Only nine months have passed since Game released his previous album, The R.E.D. Album, which followed a three-year hiatus from the Compton rapper.