Check out some behind the scenes photos of The Game's upcoming video "Bigger Than Me".
The Game continues to make headlines. Earlier in the week, the Compton native announced that his next album, Blood Money La Familia, will be dropping on September 16th, and that we can also expect The Documentary 2 to arrive only a few months following that in January. To coincide with his first announcement, the Game released the debut single “Bigger Than Me”, and has already shot the official music video for it too.
Directed by Matt Alonzo, the upcoming video looks to be something out of a horror film. It was shot in a historic mansion in Los Angeles, and features some very creepy elements, including blood-splattered walls, chainsaws, and the Game sitting on a throne surrounded by wolves.
Seeing how the Game went at a few rappers neck on this record, especially this year’s XXL Freshmen class, this gory new video maybe rather fitting after all. Look for the full thing to drop soon.
Check out some behind the scenes photos in the gallery above, and peep The Game’s Instagram clip below.