Last week, singer and rapper Anderson. Paak went viral for making a significant statement, with a recent tattoo that stated he did not want any of his music released after he has passed.
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While the request comes in the wake of much posthumous music being released after the deaths of many hip-hop greats and once-promising stars, it looks like Cali native The Game agrees with Paak but with some exceptions! The “Worldwide Summer Vacation” rapper revealed to TMZ, that if it’s not someone in the ranks of Dr. Dre, Pharrell, Diddy, Swizz Beatz, or Timbaland, then he doesn’t want anyone putting hands on his unreleased music after his death.
Game says, “If it ain’t Puff, Dr. Dre or like Pharrell or Timbaland, someone like that, don’t touch my shit. I’m not getting the tat. I’m not getting Dr. Dre, Timbaland, muthaf**kin’ Swizz Beatz on my back. But no, all those dudes is family, man. It’s all love.” He went on to continue, “But I think what Anderson did, I think it’s dope… I’m in agreeance. But I got a little bit of difference in opinion because I would let only certain souls go ahead and do that.”
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