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The Game Pays Homage to Nipsey Hussle in 'Stainless' Video Featuring Anderson .Paak: Premiere

The Game and Anderson .Paak
Jamil Not Jamal

The Game and Anderson .Paak

The Game is heading toward the release of what is being billed as his final album, Born 2 Rap, later this month (Nov. 29).

Last week (Nov. 1), he released the long-awaited project's latest single in "Stainless" featuring an assist from the groovy Anderson .Paak. On Wednesday (Nov. 13), the Big Duke-produced record receives the visual treatment, premiering with Billboard

When it comes to Game videos, he stays repping the West Coast, as he and .Paak ride down Sunset Boulevard in a pair of exotic cars, one of which honors the late great Nipsey Hussle on its baby blue hood. The duo links up at the late-night swap meet, where a bunch of sporty whips and low-riders are bouncing around for the Aaron Green-directed flick.

The Compton rapper also pays homage to his classic The Documentary album cover by recreating the scene with Game rhyming while sitting on top of a pair of gold-plated rims. “It’s Game time again and I plan to capitalize off of every moment," he tells Billboard of what's to come. 

While showing off his Death Row chain, Game then sheds light on a recent conversation he had with Suge Knight reflecting on their turbulent relationship through the years. "I went from wantin' to be Suge, to hatin' Suge, to f----n' with him/ 28 years a long ass time, it's f----n' with him/ Talked to him on the phone the other day/ 'Bout how he could've signed me before Dre," he raps.

Wath the "Stainless" video below. Born 2 Rap out Nov. 29.