The Game and Drake have been busy making film magic together and it looks like the visual they're collaborating on is for the Los Angeles rapper's new track, "100."

Both rappers shared photos of their time in Compton, Calif. yesterday (June 15). The Game posted an image of himself and the "Started from the Bottom" spitter looking at the footage that was just recorded -- proving that they each have a hand in the direction of the video. Meanwhile, Drake shared a shot of the Game looking pensive while standing on some kind of ladder or stool above everyone else.

"Cedar Block @losangelesconfidential lotta love out here in this little world of its own. 100," he wrote as the caption to the photo with three praying hand emojis.

There's also a huge group shot featuring the two rappers surrounded by a crew of guys. The photo, which you can see below, looks like it could potentially be the ending shot of the video. A clip of Drake and Game on the set from a fan's point of view appeared online, which shows legions of supporters taking out their camera phones to shoot photos and videos of the two. It's also revealed what Game was standing on when Drake took his picture -- a car.

"100" is supposed to be one of the tracks on Game's upcoming album, The Documentary 2, due June 30. In an interview with Power 106's J Cruz, the Game revealed that Kanye West, Timbaland, Swizz Beatz, Just Blaze and Scott Storch contributed to his new LP. While Drake wasn't mentioned at the time, it's clear the two have something cooking up and it's sure to be hot.

Take a look at the two at work below.

Watch a Behind-the-Scenes clip of The Game & Drake's '100' Video Shoot

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