Dope Boys

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"Dope Boys"
Single by The Game featuring Travis Barker
from the album LAX
ReleasedJune 24, 2008
FormatCD single, digital download
Recorded2008
GenreRap rock
Length4:03
LabelGeffen
Writer(s)J. Taylor
Producer1500 or Nothin' & Travis Barker(additional production by DJ Quik.)
The Game singles chronology
"Game's Pain"
(2008)
"Dope Boys"
(2008)
"My Life"
(2008)
Travis Barker singles chronology
"Dope Boys"
(2008)
 
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"Dope Boys"
Single by The Game featuring Travis Barker
from the album LAX
ReleasedJune 24, 2008
FormatCD single, digital download
Recorded2008
GenreRap rock
Length4:03
LabelGeffen
Writer(s)J. Taylor
Producer1500 or Nothin' & Travis Barker(additional production by DJ Quik.)
The Game singles chronology
"Game's Pain"
(2008)
"Dope Boys"
(2008)
"My Life"
(2008)
Travis Barker singles chronology
"Dope Boys"
(2008)

"Dope Boys" is the second single from The Game's third studio album, LAX. The song features Travis Barker playing the drums. The song samples "Eleanor Rigby" By The Beatles.

Contents

Music video

The official video was directed and edited by Matt Alonzo[1] and it featured Travis Barker, Omar Cruz, Black Wall Street, Mr. Capone-E and BYI members. In the video, The Game is standing on top of a building with the Los Angeles skyline behind him among many other images.[2] In the music video he also wears Beats By Dr. Dre headphones.

Covers and remixes

The song has been freestyled by rappers Bow Wow, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, and Dynasty of L.$.G. Royce da 5'9" also has a freestyle called Flow Boy on his Bar Exam 2 mixtape. There are also an unofficial remix featuring Trae on his mixtape Streets Advocate and Young Buck featured this song(non-album) April, 2010.

Chart position

Chart (2008)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles[3]11

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