The Game: Does Anyone Know What The Hell He’s Talking About?

Nov 14th, 2006 // 10 Comments

drgame_rev.jpgWe can’t stop staring at the cover for the Game’s just-released Doctor’s Advocate–and it’s not because the picture reminds us of that postage stamp where Santa ‘s doing something naughty down a chimney. It’s because, for the life of us, we can’t figure out what the hell the title means. Any guesses?

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  1. Wolverines

    I’m pretty sure it’s a way of siding w/ Dr. Dre, considering that Dre “discovered” both him and 50 Cent and the current beef between The Game and 50.

  2. rad_matter

    The cover of Doctor’s Advocate: Like the cover of The Documentary, only in black and with more tires!

  3. wheatstraw

    While you were sittin’ on chrome D’s, your girl was sittin’ on deeeeez!

  4. lucasg

    i know i can’t speak for everyone, but i will not miss seeing this album cover when everyone is done talking about it. thankfully, hip-hop stars are almost completely disposable with a very short shelf life.

  5. Thomas Upton

    Devil’s Advocate + Dr. Dre = Doctor’s Advocate

  6. FionaScrapple

    14 minutes and counting…

  7. Bob Loblaw

    Right–advocate for Dr. Dre, got it. Still, do we really need this dude to advocate for DR. DRE? Thanks for the heads up, Game. What’s that? Yeah, I’ve heard good things about Gnarls Barkley too. I’ll definitely check them out now.

    He makes me want to tattoo a teardrop under my eye.


    The “devil’s advocate” allusion would’ve made slightly more sense if it dropped when it was originally slated to- 6/6/06. Oh, and if he had Dre beats or was still on the ‘math, too.

  9. Thomas Upton

    DELINQ is correct. I was just talking about the name’s origin.

  10. deusdiabolus

    I’m so street I poo 20′s.

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