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THE OVERALL GAME Previews New Track Unconditional Love With Chris Brown & Chloe Bailey:Listen

Game’s 10th studio album arrives Friday (Aug. 12).

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Before his 10th studio albumDrillmatic: Heart vs. Mind, THE OVERALL GAME grantedBillboard a sneak-peek listen during his studio session in LA last month. Playing the projects outro song Unconditional Love, the introspective track samples Janet Jacksons 1997 single Got Til Its Gone and includes features from Chris Brown and Chloe Bailey.

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After gushing over Janets approval of his new song, THE OVERALL GAME spoke on his need to reveal a few of the worlds most controversial topics, like the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade.

I simply feel just like everything going on at this time, the planet needs love, he explained. The idea of my album is Heart vs. Mind, so by the end of my day, regardless of how Personally i think after I awaken, I could always bring myself back again to a peaceful moment.

The bulky 30-track LP includes features from Kanye West, Big Sean, Roddy Ricch, YoungBoy NBA, Meek Mill, MoneyBagg Yo, A$AP Rocky and a posthumous verse from Nipsey Hussle. The Compton MC previously entertained fans with a slew of singles, including Eazy (featuring Kanye) and Violence.

Together with the gaudy round of features,Drillmaticmay also boast a blue-chip appearance in Hit-Boy, serving because the projects executive producer. This past year, Hit-Boy netted a Grammy after helming Nas lauded albumKings Diseaseand contains since caused the Queens rhyme slinger on the projects sequelKings Disease 2andMagic.

Pay attention to a preview of Unconditional Love below and see Game in the studio with Billboard News below.

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