Video: Game f/ Lil Wayne - 'Red Nation'

  /  05.12.2011


Game incites a riot with his controversial video for “Red Nation,” the first single from his oft-delayed R.E.D. Album. The Parris-directed clip was banned from MTV and BET due to its affiliation with the Bloods gang, but it’s found a home on the Internet. The red Mohawk-sporting MC rounds up his army in Los Angeles in the dark visuals, which co-star Lil Wayne.

“No love is lost for BET and MTV,” said Game. “I know they have standards for all ages watching the networks. I didn’t want to change the artistic integrity of the music video and with the amount of people watching videos online, I know that all my fans will still be able to find it.”

Enter the “Red Nation” below and go behind the scenes with Rap-Up TV.

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