Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 25, 2015
CampusSports presents an interview from noteworthy American rapper and actor - The Game. The Game, real name Joycean Taylor, was born in Los Angeles and is one of the most notable protégés of Dr. Dre. He has worked closely with 50 Cent and was nominated for Rap Song of the Year for his singles, “How We Do” and “Hate It or Love It.” Additionally, he won Best West Coast Rap Album for Doctor’s Advocate and Best West Coast Rap Artist.
The Game has also had a notable acting career appearing in action thrillers such as, Was it Deep, Street Kings and House Arrest. Living up to his nickname The Game has truly enhanced the rap game as a whole and brought a fierce new look upon it.
In this exclusive interview, CampusSports moves past his personal accomplishments to ask him about what we care about most; sports. He talks about NCAA regulations, college athletics and contemplates who the better athlete is - Snoop Dogg or himself. Take a look at these insights from this knowledgeable sports advocate, whose music you have rapped along with for years. As always, this is brought to you by CampusSports and be sure to stay tuned for more celebrity and athlete interviews to come.