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Jun
19
The Game Announces ‘The Documentary 2’

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The Game is going back to where it all began. A decade after the release of his groundbreaking debut The Documentary, the Compton MC plans to drop a sequel.

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Jun
18
Video: The Game – ‘Bigger Than Me’

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Ying ying ying. The Game goes in for the kill in the terrifying video for “Bigger Than Me,” directed by Matt Alonzo. Shot at a historic mansion in South L.A., the dark and gory clip has all the makings of a horror flick, complete with a voodoo witch, wolves, and plenty of blood.

Wielding a chainsaw, the lyrical assassin takes aim at the new wave of rappers and even leaves one victim lifeless on the bathroom floor. He sits in a throne surrounded by a pack of wolves while reflecting on his past in G-Unit and beef with 40 Glocc.

In another scene, the Compton MC stares at a wall of rap legends including Nas, Jay Z, Eminem, and Tupac, and holds up the Freshmen cover of XXL.

“Bigger Than Me” is the first single off Game’s compilation Blood Money La Familia, due September 16.

Watch the nightmare unfold.

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Jun
17
The Game Brings the Horror in ‘Bigger Than Me’ Video

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The Game is out for blood. Earlier in the week, the Compton rapper dropped his scathing single “Bigger Than Me,” and now he’s readying the terrorizing video, with scenes straight out of a horror flick.

Directed by Matt Alonzo, the dark and gory clip was shot at a historic mansion in South Los Angeles and features creepy elements including a voodoo witch.

In the terrifying scenes, Game wields a chainsaw and sits in a throne surrounded by a pack of wolves. He also stares at a photo of Tupac, while blood drips from the walls.

Game takes aim at the new wave of rappers on the vicious track. “I came in with ‘Ye, Jeezy, and boss ass ni**as / Your freshmen cover a whole bunch of soft ass ni**as / Tampon lyricists evacuate the premises,” he spits.

The song is the first single off his compilation Blood Money La Familia, scheduled for release on September 16.

Go behind the scenes of his house of horror.

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Jun
16
New Music: The Game – ‘Bigger Than Me’

Bigger Than Me

In between cozying up to Nicki Minaj in the video for “Pills N Potions,” The Game is reading his new album Blood Money La Familia. The Compton rapper takes no prisoners on the vicious “Bigger Than Me,” one of two first singles.

The self-proclaimed “black Marshall Mathers” revs up his chainsaw and leaves a bloodbath in his wake.

“I came in with ‘Ye, Jeezy, and boss ass ni**as / Your freshmen cover a whole bunch of soft ass ni**as / Tampon lyricists evacuate the premises,” he warns.

He also takes jabs at Frank Ocean’s sexuality. “Hey Frank Ocean / Go ‘head and fuck these fuck ni**as,” raps Game, who recently shot a dark video for the song with director Matt Alonzo.

Blood Money La Familia will be released on September 16 via Blood Money La Familia/Fifth Amendment Ent./eOne Music.

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Jun
9
Video: Nicki Minaj – ‘Pills N Potions’

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Nicki Minaj may have toned down her look, but that doesn’t mean she’s lost her edge. The rap superstar pushes the envelope in the strange, yet simple video for “Pills N Potions,” the first single off her upcoming third album The Pink Print.

In the four-and-a-half-minute clip, directed by Diane Martel (“Blurred Lines,” “We Can’t Stop”), Nicki shows a more vulnerable side, smoking a cigarette while computer-animated tears roll down her eyes. She wears bunny ears in one scene and rocks pasties in another.

After starring alongside Nas and Drake in previous music videos, she enlists The Game to play her love interest. They share intimate scenes including one where Nicki holds his detached head. Plus, there are plenty of quirky graphics including a self-dispensing Pez rabbit, animated pill bottle, and our favorite, the dancing bunny.

While she won’t give an exact release date, The Pink Print is due sometime this year. “I really wanted to experiment with the third album, but I wanted to still marry my old energy with a new sound,” Nicki said during a recent visit to “GMA.”

Overdose on the emotional and eccentric visuals below.

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Jun
5
The Game Readies ‘Blood Money La Familia’ Album for September

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The Game is going independent. The Compton rapper has entered a marketing/distribution deal with eOne Music and is readying a new album for September.

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May
6
New Music: Tyga f/ The Game – ‘ChiRaq to LA’

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Shots fired. Tyga claps back at Lil Durk on his own remix to Nicki Minaj’s “Chiraq.” After the Chicago MC dissed him on Meek Mill’s remix, the Young Money rapper comes back with a fiery five-minute freestyle featuring The Game.

“Ni**as thinkin’ that they MCs, can’t get touched / Well it’s Hammer time / Who the fuck is Lil Durk / I dust you like ash and purp / Your flow wack, my flow crack,” spits T-Raww.

Game also takes aim at his longtime rival, 40 Glocc. “Talkin’ ’bout my kids on Instagram / Ni**a must wanna get his ass socked again,” he raps. “Tell a lie like I pulled out a Glock on him / Don’t make me resurrect Pac again / And school boy like Kendrick and Top and them / Have a bitch ni**a runnin’ to the cops again.”

The Compton MC jumps to Tyga’s defense. “Durk who ni**a, never heard of these ni**as … I’m taking pictures, I’m takin’ chains / I’m Yung Bergin’ these ni**as.”

Hear them declare war on their diss track “ChiRaq to LA.”

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