Hoooooly shit. I honestly thought Kendrick Lamar would be the tag-a-long on this track, but in fact, he kills it. Not going to lie, I haven’t been as avid a fan of Kendrick Lamar as the rest of the hip hop community as of late, but I must say he adds a very visceral dynamic to the end of this song/music video. Watch as he and The Game put an interesting twist on the archetypal conflict that defines the gang-infested streets of both artists’ hometown, Los Angeles, CA.
Also, check out the exceptionally dope/ridiculous Crooks & Castles ski-beanie in the beginning of the vid. As soon as I find the link to that shit I’m throwing it up.