Game takes Drake on a grand tour of Compton in the video for the duo’s collab single “100.”
Drizzy gets a lot of West Coast love in the video as the Canadian rapper rolls through the hood with Game by his side.
The timing of the video is perfect. It was released smack dab in the middle of Drake’s beef with Meek Mill, and it’s almost as if Game prophesied something like this happening and he warned Meek ahead of time:
“You dissin Drizzy that’s cool, but don’t come to my city though”
Game also pledges his allegiance to Drake and his OVO crew in he beginning of the song when he raps:
“Niggas called me to set you up, want me to come and wet you up, cause you a out of town nigga like Biggie. Heard about the shit with Diddy, so I came to vest you up. And I got a vest for 40, a vest for Hush, a vest for every nigga with an owl on his chest and what.
“I got L.A. unified, you better off committin’ suicide. Teachers ain’t testin’ us. See, I know how it feel to be platinum-plus. Niggas is jealous of you, so they try to wrap you up. Tat you up, but it’s OVO/Blood Money. Nigga catch these bullets like he catch the bus.”
“100” serves as the first official single from Game’s sixth studio album The Documentary 2 — the follow-up to Game’s major label debut released in 2005.
“Keep it 8 more than 92. Brought my ace Drake out to my hood and we lit it up. My hood. My family. My world. #WinnersCircle,” Game said in a statement along with the “100” video’s release late last month (Jul 31).
Watch the video at the top.