I wasn't prepared for "YouKnowWHatItIs Volume 3." As one of the few critics who slammed "The Documentary," I wasn't ready to give Game another chance. Thankfully, my decision to check out the former G-Unit member’s hyped up mixtape was a good one.
For those who thought Game wasn't lyrically talented, and like me, saw him as a poster boy for Dre's Compton credibility, pick up this release. He proves his worth tenfold, ripping G-Unit to shreds. With "300 Bars & Runnin'," Game takes fifteen minutes to attack on the whole crew - Yayo, Buck, Banks, 50 and Olivia, over a wealth of beats from G-Unit hits to Kanye's "Diamonds," to Jay-Z's "Blueprint 2" to "The Bridge Is Over." His Lloyd Banks and 50 jabs are the highlights.
Jumping above extremely recognizable beats including Kanye and Cam'ron's "Down & Out," T.I.'s "I'm A King," "The Next Episode" and Snoop's "Lay Low," Game holds back nothing, attacking everything from 50's muscles through Lloyd Banks' gay porn allegations to Young Buck's lack of cash.
The mix CD also includes exclusives, such as a blend of Biggie's "Juicy" above Game's "Dreams" and new tracks with Sheek, R. Kelly and Charli B'More along with a gem collaboration between Game and WC, "All I Need."
“Hurricane” Game's performances throughout the mix CD are consistently top notch. His lyrics and flow make him appear worth his success. “YouKnowWhatItIs volume 3” is one of the hottest mix CD's I've heard in a long time. I've officially become converted to a Game fan.