The Game has a pool party in his latest music video “T.H.O.T.” featuring Problem, Bad Lucc and Huddy. His album ‘Blood Money: Year Of The Wolf’ is out now.
The Game is gearing up to release his latest project “Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf” but before the official release we get to hear another new song called “Hit Em Hard”. Take a listen below.
The Game is back with Lil Wayne and Chris Brown for this new track called “Fuck Yo Feelings”. Off the Game’s upcoming album Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf due out on October 14th. Take a listen below.
Game Ft. Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh & TGT “Don’t Shoot”
The Game recruits various artists for a tribute song for the teenager Michael Brown who was killed by police. The proceeds for the song go to the ‘Justice For Mike Brown’ charity. Purchase on iTunes here and stream below.
Jeezy’s new album Seen It All, is due for release on September 2nd but now gives us another taste of what’s to come with the track “Beautiful” featuring The Game and Rick Ross.
Tyga and Game spit fire in the latest “Chiraq” freestyle. Tyga disses Lil Durk while The Game takes shots at 40 Glocc in this rapid fire remix. Take a listen below.
The Game and the LA Kings paid a visit to Tim westwoods house in the UK to drop a freestyle for his Crib Sessions. The Game had a lot of stuff to get off his chest. Take a listen above.
Game goes for an old school look for his video to “Hit The J” featuring Lifestyle. Off his 2012 mixtape California Republic.
The Game jumps on K. Dot’s track “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” for his own remix. Premiered by Flex.
PS – His mixtape Operation Kill Everything is on its way.
Almost done with my “Operation Kill Everything” mixtape !!!!!!! Y’all gone fuck wit this hard !!! Let the workd know #OKE is comin !!! RT RT
— Handsome Ass Nigga (@thegame) May 6, 2013
Lights, camera, action. Hip-Hop music videos contain some of the flashiest 4 minutes of video you’ll ever see on the internet. From scantily clad women to the fastest cars in the world, hip-hop videos have it all. But who’s creating all of these videos? One of hip-hop’s most talented video directors goes by the name of Matt Alonzo. He’s directed music videos for Game, Nipsey Hussle, French Montana, Nas, the Far East Movement, Pitbull, Ice Cube, and Xzibit.
KillerHipHop recently had the privilege of interviewing Matt Alonzo. During our conversation, he talked about directing Game’s “Celebration,” Lil Wayne’s “Gossip” jump-starting his career, the creation of “Martians Vs. Goblins,” French Montana’s “Ocho Cinco,” and his upcoming projects with Nipsey Hussle. Hit the break for our exclusive interview with Matt Alonzo.