GAME’S “CELEBRATION” WITH CHRIS BROWN, LIL WAYNE, WIZ KHALIFA AND TYGA RELEASED TO ALL DIGITAL RETAILERS
TODAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
MUSIC VIDEO DEBUTS ON VEVO TODAY
GAME’S FIFTH ALBUM JESUS PIECE COMING SOON
Grammy nominated multi-platinum recording artist Game will premiere the music video and digital single “Celebration,” from his forthcoming Interscope Record album Jesus Piece, to all digital retailers today, Tuesday, September 18th. The song’s music video, directed by Matt Alonzo and inspired by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s “Nuthin But A G Thang,” will simultaneously premiere on VEVO today at 12pm PST. Featured on “Celebration” are platinum selling artists Chris Brown, Tyga, Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa, a first time collaboration for these 5 artists.
“Celebration,” produced by Cool and Dre protégé SAP (Mac Miller, Meek Mill), takes its sample from the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony classic hit “1st of tha Month”, and features verses from Game, Brown, Wayne, Tyga, a short verse by Khalifa and a chorus sung by Brown. With its feel good vibe, the end of summer anthem showcases the five artists effortlessly blending into one another.
“I’m a big Bone fan and been thinking about flipping “1st of tha Month” for a while. “Celebration” is that perfect song to close out the summer, says Game.” “When Cool and Dre gave me the SAP beat, I started to call on my friends personally to lay verses on the song and make sure it came out the way I envisioned.”
The music video, filmed in Los Angeles, draws its vibe from the song and styled as the ultimate L.A. summer barbecue. Old school cars, palm trees and beautiful women accompany Game as he brings his four featured friends to a West Coast party on a perfect summer day. Shot in a park, the video is a celebration in itself, toasting to the high life, but also displaying Game’s long lasting and deep connection with the neighborhood.
“For my videos, I don’t like them to be fake or feel like anybody gotta act, so we’re really having a barbecue out here,” Game told MTV News while on set. “It’s real food, it ain’t no prop food, it’s real water guns – everything real.”
Next up, Game will release the music video to his street anthem “I Remember” featuring Atlanta artists Young Jeezy and Future. More information coming soon on Game’s upcoming 5th album Jesus Piece, featuring “Celebration,” that aims to be his 5th consecutive chart-topping album debut.