"The Documentary" boasts the chart-climbing single "How We Do," featuring 50 Cent. The track currently stands at No. 11 on The Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. Adding to the buzz is the Game's pre-Aftermath album, "Untold Story," on Get Low, which sits at No. 23 on Top Independent Albums.
"The Documentary" will log somewhere between 200,000-300,000 units nationally its first week, predicted Saeed Crumpler, the urban buyer for Rasputin's music store in California's Bay Area.
A DVD that tells his story is also part of a limited-edition collector's package, of which 200,000 copies will be available at retail. The Game will be featured in a print campaign on behalf of the Sean John clothing line, which is held by Seam "P. Diddy" Combs. It is said to tentatively kick off next month. Then there is the rapper's first-time acting stint in the forthcoming theatrical film "Millionaire Boys' Club." The independent movie, which he is putting together himself, also features Michael Williams ("The Wire"). The Game is currently shopping for a distributor.