The Game is heading toward the release of what is being billed as his final album, Born 2 Rap, later this month (Nov. 29).
Last week (Nov. 1), he released the long-awaited project's latest single in "Stainless" featuring an assist from the groovy Anderson .Paak. On Wednesday (Nov. 13), the Big Duke-produced record receives the visual treatment, premiering with Billboard.
When it comes to Game videos, he stays repping the West Coast, as he and .Paak ride down Sunset Boulevard in a pair of exotic cars, one of which honors the late great Nipsey Hussle on its baby blue hood. The duo links up at the late-night swap meet, where a bunch of sporty whips and low-riders are bouncing around for the Aaron Green-directed flick.
The Compton rapper also pays homage to his classic The Documentary album cover by recreating the scene with Game rhyming while sitting on top of a pair of gold-plated rims. “It’s Game time again and I plan to capitalize off of every moment," he tells Billboard of what's to come.
While showing off his Death Row chain, Game then sheds light on a recent conversation he had with Suge Knight reflecting on their turbulent relationship through the years. "I went from wantin' to be Suge, to hatin' Suge, to f—-n' with him/ 28 years a long ass time, it's f—-n' with him/ Talked to him on the phone the other day/ 'Bout how he could've signed me before Dre," he raps.
Wath the "Stainless" video below. Born 2 Rap out Nov. 29.