The Game and Jason Derulo Connect on New Song "Baby You"

"Baby You" is the latest single from the Game's upcoming album '1992.'

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In the midst of his ongoing and extremely heated feud with Meek Mill, the Game has decided to hit the pause button long enough to release the next song from his hotly anticipated upcoming album 1992. Titled "Baby You" the new track is a seductive, soul-inflected banger that gets a major assist from Jason Derulo who kisses the song with a lithe set of falsetto croon lines. 

In the song, The Game takes a woman to task that he just can't seem to get off of his mind and who kicked him to the curb. "I ain't figured it, you would be the one to cut me/Leave me on the floor f---ing bloody, God damn/Baby you, you had me fooled the whole time/Now you got me in King of Diamonds giving these hoes time." After getting deep in his own feelings however, sadness eventually turns to anger, and as The Game points out, "You don't see Swizz and Alicia/Kim K and Kanye arguing all the time."

"Baby You" is just the latest offering from 1992, and stands in jarring contrast to the Meek Mill diss track "92 Bars" that is also set to appear on the album. In that song, Game goes after Meek with a fury, physically threatening to come after Meek. "And ever since that ni--a snitched on me we just don't speak/See that shit you got with Drake is like a slow leak/Blood will be drippin' like Niagara if I poke Meek/Nicki won't get no sleep, I'm coming through at 4 a.m./Four deep, leave the dead body on the soaked sheet."

Listen to the new song "Baby You" below.

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