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The Game Teams Up With Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Busta Rhymes For 'Bottles & Rockin' J's'

Stream a track from the rapper's upcoming 'The R.E.D. Album'

June 16, 2011 2:15 PM ET
The Game Teams Up With Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Busta Rhymes For 'Bottles & Rockin' J's'

Click to listen to The Game's 'Bottles & Rockin' J's'

The Game assembled some of the biggest names in hip-hop for "Bottles & Rockin' J's," a Lex Luger-produced banger from his forthcoming, long-awaited R.E.D. Album. The track, which features  verses from Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, Fabolous, DJ Khaled and Kid Red, has a celebratory mood, with the rappers trading off rhymes about the rewards of their hard-won success – namely, bottles of high-end booze, Air Jordan sneakers and beautiful women. The R.E.D. Album will be released on August 23rd, but you can stream "Bottles & Rockin' J's" now.

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