It’s been ten years since Game made his entry in the rap industry with his 2005 debut album, ‘The Documentary.’ The Compton rapper will celebrate the LP’s 10th anniversary with a special one-night-only concert event.

On Friday (Jan. 2), Game announced on his Instagram account that he will perform ‘The Documentary’ album in its entirety in honor of the anniversary. The show will take place at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles on Jan. 18 the same day the LP came out in 2005.
He wrote:

Los Angeles: This is the 1st & only time I will ever do this in my careeer in my city.... ONE NIGHT ONLY.... January 18th marks the 10 Year Anniversary to my Classic Album #TheDocumentary which dropped January 18th 2005.... and I will be having a 10 Year Anniversary concert Sunday January 18th !!!

Performing The Documentary in its entirety w/ Special guests and surprises. You do not want to miss this s--- !!! No work or school on Monday due to the Martin Luther King holiday so you know we can get turnt up Sunday night !!!! Tickets on sale now!

S/O @thertdgroup
Location: Belasco Theatre
1050 S. Hill St.
LA, CA 90015

See you there !!!!!!! #BloodMoney #Aftermath #10thAnniversary

‘The Documentary’ was Game’s first studio album under the tutelage of Dr. Dre and 50 Cent on Aftermath Records. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and sold $586,000 copies in its first week of release. It would eventually go on to sell five million copies worldwide.

The collection boasts production from Kanye West (the soulful ‘Dreams’), Cool & Dre (the reflective ‘Hate It or Love It’), Buckwild (the personal ‘Like Father, Like Son’), Dr. Dre (the anthemic ‘How We Do’) and many others.

The Game had planned to release a sequel to ‘The Documentary’ in January but that looks like that’s not going to happen.

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