The Game is the only West Coast solo artist to release a multi-platinum album (The Documentary) since Dr. Dre's 2001 album, which was released in late 1999 (however, Snoop Dogg's Tha Last Meal album sold two million copies but was only certified platinum).
Put You on the Game" is the fourth official single (fifth single overall) by rapper The Game. The track was produced by Timbaland and co-produced by Danja, and taken from his debut album, The Documentary. This was the first single released by the The Game after his truce with 50 Cent fell apart and after The Game released You Know What It Is Vol. 3.
As of recently a lawsuit has been filed from A Major India Record Company Saregama India,, Timbaland, co-producer Nate "Danja" Hills, The Game, Interscope Records, along with a few other Production companies are being sued for using a uncleared sample from artist.
The music video features The Game with many appearances by his current and former Black Wall Street affiliates. The video shows various places in Los Angeles County, including downtown Los Angeles and Compton. The video shows many Los Angeles landmarks such as Staples Center, The Watts Towers, and LAX.
The Game refers to a number of artists, songs and albums in "Put You on the Game", including The Chronic, N.W.A., "Purple Haze", Makaveli, The Notorious B.I.G., Public Enemy, Flavor Flav, G-Unit, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and his song "Let Me Ride", Eve, and Snoop Dogg.
During the DVD Stop Snitchin, Stop Lyin The Game watches the video for this song pausing at specific spots in the video which shows a dead man at on the ground blocked off by police tape. The Game then repeatedly states that he is wearing G-Unit sneakers, a diss at 50 Cent saying his career is dead.