By Tom Sinclair
August 14, 1998 at 04:00 AM EDT

Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told

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It’s significant that the first voice heard on Game is that of Master P, Snoop’s new paymaster. Their partnership will no doubt prove lucrative, but this is a depressing effort that mostly finds Snoop chasing his own tail (”Gin & Juice II” — puh-leeze) and brownnosing the boss (”I hang out with real niggas, like Silkk and C-Murder,” he raps, name-checking P’s brothers). The once feral Dogg sounds whipped; even his greatest asset — that chilly voice — seems strangely out of synch with the stentorian screaming of Game‘s guest rappers. One thing’s certain: Homeboy lost a lot more than his middle name when he became a No Limit ”soldier.” C

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