AceShowbiz - %cThe Game%'s debut album "The Documentary" turned 10 this year. To celebrate it, the rapper took over The Belasco Theater in Los Angeles for a special concert on Sunday night, January 18 and invited some of his famous pals to perform with him on the stage.
Dr. Dre, who executive produced the 2005 album, was among the guests Game shared the spotlight with during the show. Fans in attendance excitedly screamed when the rapper/billionaire emerged from the crowd and joined his protege for "Runnin".
%cKendrick Lamar% was another act to perform with Game. The Compton spitter filled in for %c50 Cent% on "Westside Story". Other guests included %cO.T. Genasis% ("CoCo"), %cMarsha Ambrosius% ("Start From Scratch"), %cScHoolboy Q% ("Higher") and Game's son Harlem. The 11-year-old boy, who appeared as a baby on the single cover of "Like Father, Like Son", joined his dad for the track.
"Last nights show was dope as f**k!" said Game in a message he posted on social media on Monday. "Thanks again to my mentor & everyone that came out & made it a night to remember."
"The Documentary" album was a success for Game. It debuted at No. 1 on Billboard 200 following its release on January 18, 2005. The 35-year-old star is now working on a sequel that's planned to arrive later this year.