Passion – Blame It On The Game


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1 Game Start 02:12
2 Until The Day 04:21
3 I Need A Baller 04:03
4 The Set-Up 00:16
5 Blame It On The Game 03:22
6 Any Way You Want It 03:28
7 Sex, Money & Gangstas 03:19
8 Be Eye Tee See H 00:52
9 Don’t Be Mad 04:23
10 Mary Had A Pimp 04:15
11 Preacher Lo 01:39
12 Shout 03:58
13 Ain’t No Love 03:58
14 Game Over 00:40


“Blame It On The Game” is the second studio album by singer and rapper Passion, hailing from Oakland, California. Released on March 23, 1999, by Yo Playa Patna Records, the album features a blend of hip hop and gangsta rap styles, showcasing Passion’s unique lyrical and vocal talents. Passion, born Passion Lavon Broussard on February 21, 1975, in Oakland, California, was raised in nearby Berkeley.

The album includes 14 tracks, with a variety of themes and narratives that explore the complexities of street life, relationships, and the pursuit of success. Notable tracks such as “Until The Day,” “I Need A Baller,” “Blame It On The Game,” and “Ain’t No Love” demonstrate Passion’s ability to craft catchy hooks and deliver powerful verses.

“Blame It On The Game” is produced by Big Reezy, Kirv, Laid Black, Lo Lo Dogun Music, and M2 Kraze, who together create an engaging and immersive soundscape for Passion’s storytelling. From the opening track “Game Start” to the closing “Game Over,” the album takes listeners on a journey through the ups and downs of life, punctuated by moments of introspection and empowerment.

As a female artist in a male-dominated genre, Passion proves her prowess and holds her own with her authentic voice and captivating style. “Blame It On The Game” is a compelling and essential album for fans of Passion and those looking to explore the diverse landscape of late ’90s hip hop.



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