The song features a jolt of electro with synths and piano complementing a sampled techno riff from the Zombie Nation song 'Kernkraft 400,' a tune often played at sporting events. Game slows down the riff considerably, building drama as he raps about his place in the hip-hop world:
"I walk on the moon, flow hotter than June / Any n---- want drama I kick up a sand dune / Peace to my man 'Tune for giving his man room / Now we hittin' switches to the Spring Break, Cancun."
Weezy provides the hook: "Lookin' in the mirror, I'm nowhere to be found / Blood, I'm a dog, call me a blood hound / Throwin' blood in the air, leave blood on the ground."
The 'R.E.D. Album' does not yet have a release date. The Compton rapper has said 'R.E.D.' stands for his "rededication" to hip-hop, in light of his previous assertion that his 2008 album 'LAX' would be his last.
Game rose to fame with the 50 Cent collaboration 'Hate it Or Love It' and last charted in 2008 with 'My Life,' which also featured Lil Wayne.
To hear 'Red Nation,' head over to AOL Radio's New Hip-Hop First station.