- Summary: The rapper's second album is missing contributions from the Dr. Dre / Eminem / 50 Cent clan who helped power 'The Documentary' to success, but it does feature production work by Kanye West, Just Blaze and Swizz Beatz.
- Record Label: Geffen
- Genre(s): Rap
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|Wouldn't Get Far|
|For you, baby, I'd find you For you, baby, I'd find you For you, baby, I'd find you For you, baby, I'd find you I done been around the world, been...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
The Game shows lyrical improvement over his major label debut, and even though some accused him of being a "name dropper" back then and still will today, the references seem more in keeping with his "soldier of the West" philosophy and less like a filler for lack of content.
BillboardEven though "Doctor's Advocate" has its failings, it's a prescription that comes recommended. [18 Nov 2006]
Oct 16, 2015Great sequel to his great debut album, even with his recent departure from G-Unit, he shows a lot of lyrical improvement on the album and addsGreat sequel to his great debut album, even with his recent departure from G-Unit, he shows a lot of lyrical improvement on the album and adds even more drama to his songs. Dre isn't behind the beats, but they are still dope as ever with One blood and California vacation as my highlights of the album.… Expand
durohardNov 23, 2006if you like gangsta s*** it gets no better than this... the album is hard from begining to end. THE GAME is the king of rap. get you that if you like gangsta s*** it gets no better than this... the album is hard from begining to end. THE GAME is the king of rap. get you that sticky and follow me down FLORENCE AVE as we pump the king of rap just make sure you wear the right colors and dont get caught slipping..........… Expand
JoeyDJan 22, 2007your album is way better than 50 cent has ever made. keep doing yo thing
MASTAMINDENov 17, 2006Whoa, The Game has really impressed me this time around. While I appreciated The Documentary primarily for its incredibly solid production Whoa, The Game has really impressed me this time around. While I appreciated The Documentary primarily for its incredibly solid production and generally good guest verses The Game himself had rather weak flow. He had virtually the same pace on each song. On the Doctor's Advocate the solid production is back, but the guests are even better. Verses provided by Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Will.i.am, Kurupt, Nas and Xzibit easily beat anything that could've been provided by 50 Cent, G-Unit, or Eminem. Most importantly though, Games rapping has greatly improved. Lyrically its stronger (though the rampant name dropping is still present) and his flow is smoother and his pacing varied. There are genuine surprising moments like on the song Wouldn't Get Far. Where the Game adapts effortlesslyto any beat provided. All in all a great achievement, the incessant name dropping could be avoided and his rather bloated ego also detract a bit. Nonetheless, easily one of the best rap albums of the year.… Expand
aL.cksDec 20, 2006You can feel real emotion listening to this album and Game's flow has improved so much. In all, its way better than Jay-Z's KIngdom Come.
andycNov 15, 2006good shit.
[Anonymous]Dec 15, 2006One of the worst rapper of all time!!!! All he raps about is 64 Impalas, Dr.Dre, Compton & NAME DROPS TO F***ING MUCH!!!
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