The Game (Richie Rich album)

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The Game
Studio album by Richie Rich
Released September 12, 2000
Recorded 1996-1999
Genre West Coast hip hop, Rap
Length 60:01
Label Ten-Six Records
Producer Bosko, Dent, DJ Daryl, DJ Miz, Wilson Hankins a.k.a.Flexx, Jazze Pha, Lev Berlak, Mike Dean, Richie Rich (exec.), Ruffa
Richie Rich chronology
Greatest Hits
The Game
Nixon Pryor Roundtree
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
RapReviews 6.5/10 stars[2]

The Game is the fourth studio album by American rapper Richie Rich, released September 12, 2000 on Ten-Six Records. It peaked at number 53 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and at number 10 on the Billboard Independent Albums.[3] Two singles were released, "I Ain't Gonna Do" and "If...". No music videos were released to promote the album.


Richie Rich left Def Jam and released this album on his own independent label, Ten-Six Records (created with Lev Berlak), yet most of the material was recorded while he was still on Def Jam.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Straight Mail" (featuring B-Legit) 4:11
  2. "I Ain't Gonna Do" 5:04
  3. "Playboy" 3:48
  4. "Use Ta Sell" 4:08
  5. "If..." 5:12
  6. "The Truth" (featuring Gonzoe & Val Young) 5:05
  7. "Birds" 3:43
  8. "Game Don't Stop" (featuring Rhythm & Green) 5:52
  9. "Bringin' It Back" 3:31
  10. "Who's House" 3:57
  11. "How Many Licks" (featuring Yukmouth) 4:53
  12. "Her Pussy" 4:01
  13. "Hit Me On The Hip" (featuring Val Young & Rame Royal of Rhythm & Green) 4:26
  14. "The Game" 3:22
  15. "Nothin' To Lose" (featuring Ruffa) 3:49
  16. "Tyme 'N My Life" 4:01

Chart history[edit]

Chart (2001) [3] Peak
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 10
U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 53


  1. ^ Review: The Game. Allmusic. Retrieved on 2009-11-12.
  2. ^ Review: The Game. RapReviews. Retrieved on 2009-02-13.
  3. ^ a b The Game > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums. All Media Guide, LLC. Retrieved on 2009-12-05.

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