The Game release a dark and gory video for his gritty single “Bigger Than Me.” In the Matt Alonzo-directed cut, the Compton rapper sits on his throne and go hard at the new wave of freshman rappers that he thinks is not ready for the game.
The gritty video was shot at a historic mansion on the South side of Los Angeles and reminds us of scenes from a horror movie with chainsaws, wolves, blood and voodoo.
The Game also pays homage to rap icons including Jay Z, Nas, Tupac Shakur, and Eminem, while also reflect on his feuds with rapper 40 Glocc and G Unit.
The gritty single will appear on The Game’s upcoming compilation album Blood Money La Familia, set to be released on September 16.
Watch the video for The Game single “Bigger Than Me.”