Or Nah
by Game

Album: Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • The second single from Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf, this features additional vocals from Game's rapper colleagues Too $hort, Problem, AV and singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger. The cut includes a feature from Problem, because the Compton spitter wanted to "get it in with my friends."
  • The track borrows heavily from Too $hort's 1989 track "Don't Fight the Feelin.'"
  • The Matt Alonzo-directed video finds Game at a debauchery-themed party surrounded by scantily clad women. "Ever since we did 'Dope Boys,' 'Martians Vs Goblins' and 'Celebration,' [Matt Alonzo] has been my go to director," the rapper told MTV News. "He writes the treatment and I just show up at the video and it always turns out cool. You've gotta trust your team."

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