The Game is keeping things 100 and brings Drake along for the ride. In the Theo Skudra-directed video for "100," the rapper welcomes the Toronto native to spend some time in the streets of Compton.

On this particular day, the sun is beaming as shots of the basketball court, a chicken joint, kids at the playground and of course the famous Compton sign that spells out the city's name in individual statues are highlighted.

"All I ask is that you keep it eight plus 92 with me, 100," raps Drake while holding a red cup in his hand.

The rhymers stay in the hood surrounded by barking pitbulls, men in tank tops, kids dancing, iron-clad windows, hydraulics and home gyms on front porches. "We came up on these California streets / L.A. n----s, be the craziest, these n----s do some shady s---," raps The Game as a scene of men playing craps is shown.

The visual is also filled with The Game's signature color -- red.

Skudra is also responsible for creating the single art to Drake's "Started From the Bottom."

"100" will appear on Game's forthcoming album, The Documentary 2, due Aug. 28.

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