Compton mic slayer The Game will bring his brand of West Coast hip hop to the UK next year, stopping off in Manchester and Middlesbrough as he heads this side of the Atlantic.
As an artist in his own right, or alongside 50 Cent, LLoyd Banks and Tony Yayo in G-Unit, the Game is behind some of the '00s biggest hip hop tunes, and with the help of Dr Dre and 50 delivered early efforts such as 'How We Do' and 'Hate It Or Love It' from his debut The Documentary.
A string of releases have followed, including, 10 years later, The Documentary 2, one of the most jam packed hip hop albums of all time as far as big name collaborations are concerned. Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Ice Cube, Will.i.am, Diddy, Kanye West, Drake, Snoop and (amazingly)plenty more, it's a smorgasbord of some of rap's biggest names, with some truly stellar beats on display.
With over a decade of music in his armoury, the Game has all the tools to lock down two massive shows over in the UK and will do so in March 2018.