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The Game Goes for Gore in ‘Bigger Than Me’ Video

The Game is throwing out some fighting words on his new track, ‘Bigger Than Me,’  and the Los Angeles rapper takes it to another level in the accompanying video for the song.

Directed by Matt Alonzo, the visual takes place at an old mansion in the City of Angels, where we find the Game sitting on a ‘Game of Thrones’-style chair and ready to throw down on anyone who gets in his way.

Not only does the MC call out the 2014 XXL Freshmen class by showing the magazine’s cover while delivering his lyrics, he also adds more strength to his words by bringing out a chainsaw, giving the clip the feel of a horror movie.

He also makes sure to pay homage to hip-hop legends including Jay Z, Eminem, Biggie and Tupac.

Things take an even creepier turn when a voodoo witch, a pair of wolves and his intense and slightly demented stare into the camera take over. Blink fast and you’ll miss the man running throughout the mansion, probably getting away from the rapper. Unfortunately, the guy meets his fate in a gory way at the end of the clip.

‘Bigger Than Me’ is the first single off the Game’s ‘Blood Money La Familia’ LP, set for release on Sept. 16.

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