Once again fans of the rapper have to hold their wish of grabbing his new LP as its release date is being re-scheduled for the second time.
Another unpleasant news regarding The Game's new album surfaces again, stating that the release date for his "L.A.X." is being pushed back again. After having been re-scheduled to July 8, now the upcoming LP is having a new release date, which is on July 15.
It is for the second time that the rapper's new record has its date being pushed back after it was previously scheduled to hit the stores on June 24 before being re-scheduled to July 8. Having the same release date with G-Unit's "Terminate On Sight" was the reason behind the first pushed back, while for the second delay there is no explanation yet by either Game or his label.
"L.A.X." itself is not only being set as Game's third studio album but also rumored to be the rapper's last record. On that upcoming LP, the rapper teamed up with lots of famous musicians, such as Dr. Dre, Keyshia Cole, Timbaland, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz and many more.
To promote the new set, previously Game has dropped its official first single titled "Pain" featuring Keyshia on May 1. The clip for the song, which features cameos from other rappers such as Ice Cube, Three 6 Mafia and Big Daddy Kane, has also been premiered May 16 via Yahoo! Music.