Platinum selling hip hop artist The Game is set to release the highly anticipated follow up to his 2006 album “The Doctors Advocate” entitled LAX next month and he’s bringing some of the best in R&B with it. Slated for release July 22nd, The Game’s third studio album features collaborations with Ne-Yo, Raheem DeVaughn, Chrisette Michele, Bilal and Keyshia Cole. Ne Yo who releases his “Year of the Gentleman” album in August blesses the album with two songs entitled “Camera Phone” also produced by Cool & Dre and J.R. Rotem’s “A Thug and a Gentleman.” In addition to Ne Yo, the Compton native is joined by Chrisette Michele on the Scott Storch produced record “Let Us Live.” The R&B touch continues throughout LAX with Bilal on “Cali Sunshine,” produced by Nottz, and Raheem DeVaughn on “Touchdown.” Nottz also lays the licks for Ludacris on the appropriately titled “Ya Heard.” Other songs of note include “Nice” by Irv Gotti, “House of Pain” by anthemic Atlantan DJ Toomp, and “Letter to the King” produced by Hi-Tek. The Game’s latest single featuring Keyshia Cole entitled “Game’s Pain” has reached #1 on BET’s 106 & Park countdown and is steady climbing the R&B/Hip Hop Charts. Quite a mouthful. But that’s the Game’s specialty: giving the audience more than it can possibly handle. Come July 22, LAX is set to raise the bar. Again. The Game is most definitely on.