By Amanda Wicks
Between burying the hatchet with 50 Cent and partnering with the Los Angeles Police Department for its new “Stop the Violence Campaign,” The Game is having quite the peaceful year. But if that seems out of character to the rapper, he’s traveling back in time to explore more tempestuous times on his new album.
The rapper announced his newest project 1992 on Instagram, sharing a photo of what could very well be its cover art. The upper right corner features the Rodney King beating while a young Game is torn between the Bloods and the Crips in the bottom middle. As for tracklist info, that comes by way of Amazon UK, but it doesn’t currently have any features listed and may not be the final version (via XXL Mag).
1992 marks the third release Game has debuted this year. He released Streets of Compton in June, which accompanied the A&E documentary by the same name, and shortly after that released a soundtrack for his video game Block Wars.
1992 arrives October 7. Check out the purported tracklist below.
3. True Colors
7. The Chronic
8. Grew Up On Wu-Tang
9. However You Want It
11. Young N—–
12. Die Young