Hip Hop artist and West Coast living legend, The Game performed live in Manchester where he payed tribute to Kobe Bryant and Tupac Shakur.
Performing live at the Albert Hall in Manchester, an emotional Game would pay respects to two iconic heroes. In the exclusive footage via the O4L Online Network, the Game is seen showing his respects to the late Kobe Bryant.
Telling the crowd how much he appreciates their love and support, The Game’s tour obligations would not allow him to be in Los Angeles. “I left L.A. I left my city when I felt like my city needed me. I’m not gonna be able to make Kobe’s memorial. I’m not gonna be able to be apart of the celebratory things that the city is doing, but I’m here with ya, and we’ll celebrate it together,” The Game tells the Manchester crowd.
Showing love to Tupac Shakur throughout his career, The Game’s performance in Manchester is no different. Honoring Hip Hop‘s legend with his own rendition of “Hail Mary“, while the crowd at the Albert Hall sang along to the chorus. “Come with me! / Hail Mary, n****, run quick, see / What do we have here now? / Do you wanna ride or die? / La la-da-la la la la la.”
The Game would also perform “No Smoke” off his latest and possibly last studio album “Born 2 Rap“.