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The Game Brings Out Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar & More At The Documentary 10th Anniversary Concert

It’s been ten years since we were officially introduced to Jayceon Taylor aka The Game via his debut album The Documentary. Game took the celebration to the people with a stellar 10th anniversary concert in Los Angeles over the weekend (Jan 18). The former G-Unit member took the stage to bring the entire album to life with some very special guests including OT Genasis and TDE rappers Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q and Ab-Soul. Lamar took 50 Cent’s place during their performance of “Westside Story” while OT Genasis surprised the crowd with his infectious single “CoCo.”

In between his set, The Game brought out one of the executive producers of the album, Dr. Dre. While Dre has been focusing a majority of his time to Beats and Apple, he still made the time to support the rapper he discovered over a decade ago. Game also brought out his young son to the stage so he could be by his dad’s side during the momentous occasion.

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Since it’s likely we won’t be getting a sequel to his debut album any time soon, the concert was definitely enough to hold down the fans until the release of his next body of work. Check out some footage of Dre and Game on stage together during the show here.

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