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Game, Tyler The Creator Dis Chris Brown, Bruno Mars On 'Martians vs. Goblins'


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Just ahead of West Coast vet The Game and the oft-delayed fourth studio release The R.E.D. Album, a new track from the album has leaked to the Web and finds the Compton native enlisting some lyrical assistance from one of the newest and brashest voices in Hip Hop right now – and the track takes no prisoners on their pop culture and musical targets.

The de facto leader of West Coast Hip Hop collective Odd Future Tyler The Creator joins Game and Lil Wayne on the track “Martians vs. Goblins” with the Young Money captain providing just the hook for the song. Game and Tyler don their bad boy hats and go in on what seems to be the entire entertainment industry with some blistering putdowns, with Game known as a master of the dis rhyme format. Tyler picks up the slack with his typical foul mouthed flair on the help out.

Game and Tyler turn up the heat on LeBron James (and his mother Gloria), Erykah Badu, and Tyler The Creator even flung a jab at Game on his own track. However, Tyler’s barbs towards Twitter nemesis Chris Brown and “Nothing On You” singer Bruno Mars appear to be the harshest with a barely printable line towards the popular vocalist. Game channels Tyler’s edge by dissing Rihanna and fellow West Coast rapper Lil B with some particularly shocking lines.

Will the entertainers take it all in stride or is Game gearing himself up for another verbal war? Will he enlist Tyler again to withstand the assault? Stay tuned for this one.

Did you hear Game’s new “Martians vs. Goblins” track? Do you think anyone will respond? Tweet to us at @MTVRapFix or leave us a comment below.



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