After teaming up on the Scott Scott-produced “All Eyez,” The Game and Jeremih reunite on “Let Me Know.” Over a sample of Aaliyah’s “At Your Best (You Are Love),” Game takes on the shootings of black men and Dallas officers, the Orlando nightclub massacre, Nice terrorist attack, and more.
“Black lives matter when we talkin’ bout Philand though,” he raps, referencing Philando Castile who died at the hands of a cop. “But all lives matter when we talkin’ ’bout Orlando.”
He continues, “Summer sixteen look like more than the Drake song / And that’s just this year / Ya’ll forgot about Trayvon?” and takes Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to task (“Trump and Hillary both cons / Backstabbers like the bullets in the back of Laquan”).
Game has become an outspoken activist in the wake of recent tragedies. He and Snoop Dogg met with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Police Chief Charlie Beck, while his 13-year-old son Harlem Caron Taylor started a GoFundMe page for Arkansas police officer Tommy Norman, which has raised over $70,000.
Listen to Game shine a light on recent events.