Waka Flocka Flame's self-meme filled new collaboration song with Good Charlotte, "Game On" from Pixels: The Movie now has a fittingly intense music video. After dropping the old school game music filled single last month, on Tuesday (July 7), the official soundtrack single now has a visual fit for any 16-bit video game.
The music video for "Game On" takes a simple approach: as footage from the upcoming Adam Sandler and Kevin James vehicle rolls, unveiling almost the entire plot of Pixels: The Movie, Flocka and Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte sit and perform in the middle of '80s-filled gaming effects.
As Flocka relays his calls of "Bow bow bow" and "Squad!" every '80s trope from Pac-Man to Tetris blocks float around them, blending together realities. It's a fun take on the music video and the fun-filled effects build off the song's intense, pounding music well.
Watch the new music video for Waka Flocka Flame's "Game On" featuring Good Charlotte below:
"Game On" is the lead soundtrack single for the Adam Sandler and Kevin James film Pixels: The Movie, which is due to hit theaters on July 24. Pixels, which also co-stars Peter Dinklage and Josh Gad, features the four having to save the world for real after aliens misinterpret video game scenarios from the 1980s as an actual call for war.
When he's not hanging out with the Madden brothers and Pac-Man, Waka Flocka Flame is taking on a run for the White House, though he may not technically be eligible to be President of the United States, Flocka is making a primary run on the principles of marijuana legalization and small-footed men.