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Appeared on the show Change of Heart (1998) when he was 17.

Signed to 50 Cent's record label, G-Unit Records, a subsidiary of Dr. Dre's Aftermath Records.

Has a son called Harlem Caron Taylor was (b. June 30, 2003). Joel Madden is the boy's godfather.

Is a member of the 'Cedar Block Piru Bloods'.

Established his own record label called "The Black Wallstreet". The Game has signed several artists and one of the more known artists, a female rapper named Vita. Vita was formerly a female rapper of Murder Inc.

Has several role models including Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Jay-Z, Rakim, KRS-One, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and most importantly 'Easy-E'.

The Game's debut album titled, "The Documentary" was released on January 18, 2005. His album sold more than 586,000 units in it's first week, and placed #1 on The Billboard charts.

From the ages of 7 to 15 when was in foster care, he resided right outside of West Compton in Carson, California...

As of February 28, 2005, The Game was officially booted out of the G-Unit by rapper 50 Cent. Rumors had been circulating for a long time that the two emcees were not getting along. The final straw was when The Game declined any involvement surrounding the controversy of 50 Cent's new single "Piggy Bank".

He and 50 Cent agreed to end their feud in early 2005 because neither wanted it to end in bloodshed. The two men have appeared in public on friendly terms since then.

Got four mics in The Source magazine for his album, "The Documentary".

Graduated from Compton High School in 1999.

Played basketball with NBA basketball star Baron Davis in high school and the two Compton natives are still good friends.

Sent demo to Dave Mays, the founder of The Source Magazine, in regards to wanting to be featured in the magazine as unsigned hype, but another L.A. MC was chosen instead.

Good friends with veteran hip hop artist Nas, Raekwon, and Ghostface Killah.

Recorded many songs with San Fransisco producer JT The Bigga Figga. JT has made those songs into two albums, "West Coast Resurrection" and "Untold Story" released under Get Low Records.

Participates in the annual Rucker's Basketball Championship in Harlem, New York

Good friends with Long Beach, California rapper Snoop Dogg and Joel Madden.

Favorite movie is Blow Out (1981) starring John Travolta.

Drinks tea to calm his nerves on the road. Prefers camomile tea to green tea.

Wanted to audition for the role of Tubbs" in the upcoming Miami Vice (2006) movie but couldn't, due to a heavy touring schedule.

Since his leave from the G-Unit group and record label, The Game has created his own record label, called Black Wallstreet Records. The label is still in development. Though none of the artist he signs appear on his own albums, he releases numerous mixtapes into the circuit featuring his collections and collaborations with them.

His second album 'Doctor's Advocate' features production from some of the biggest names in hip-hop, such as Kanye West, Scott Storch, Timbaland and various others.

Created his own line of footwear called Hurricane, by 310 Motoring, which was released in stores December 26, 2005 and became one of the best-selling shoes of 2005/2006.

Album 'Doctor's Advocate' sold 358,988 copies in the United States and 433,600 worldwide in its first week of release. It claimed the #1 spot on both The Billboard 200 (US) and the United World Chart. In 2007, it was certified Platinum in the United States by the RIAA and has sold 2 million copies worldwide.

His father is of Spanish and Native American descent, his mother is African-American.

Girlfriend Tiffany Webb give birth their son King Justice on April 25, 2007.

In 2007, he ranked #3 on MTV2's "Top Ten Hottest MCs in the Game".

Returned to Aftermath Ent. to record his fourth album, 'The Red Album' with further work from Dr. Dre and Kanye West.

Released "Big Dreams", the first single from his upcoming album 'L.A.X.'. [March 2008]

Currently touring in Western Europe. [February 2005]

Finishing up "How The West Was Won" Tour with Snoop Dogg [May 2005]

Working on the follow up album to "The Documentary" tentatively titled 'Doctor's Advocate', which is slated for release on November 7th, 2006. [October 2005]

Released the music video for his new single "It's Okay (One Blood)" on August 22nd. [August 2006]

Touring in Canada [March 2005]

Released the first single, "It's Okay (One Blood)", from his second album 'Doctor's Advocate'. [July 2006]

Released his second album, 'Doctor's Advocate', on November 13th (U.K.) and November 14th (U.S.). It is the #1 most anticipated hip-hop album of '06. [November 2006]

Working with Black Wall Street Records artist Clyde Carson on his debut album. Also writing material for his (The Game's) third album. [July 2007]

Scheduled to do a west coast tour with emcee Snoop Dogg [April 2005]

Releases his latest album ('Red Album'), after many delays, proclaiming it the best of the year. [August 2011]

Filming the upcoming motion picture "Waist Deep" which will be in theaters June 2006. [November 2005]

Promoting his upcoming sophomore album 'Doctor's Advocate' as well as his debut motion picture "Waist Deep". [April 2006]

Has a daughter named Cali Dream Taylor (b. August 21, 2010).