There is no other way to describe this video and song, other than saying that The Game simply went ALL the way in. Since the break up of he and his ex-fiancee Tiffany Cambridge, it seems that The Game has had a lot of built up anger lately, but now he is taking it out on the entire industry. Other than Tupac, Eminem, Biggie, Rick Ross, Jay Z, Nas, Kanye West, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre, on Bigger Than Me, The Game attacks everyone else related to rap at this point at time.
Specifically The Game seems to be taking shots at not only the entire XXL 2014 Freshman Class, but also those rappers whom feel to need to have a singer on every hook and those who try to portray a lifestyle that they have never (and will never) live. Do not fret, because The Game seems to be taking more aim at the new new rappers, and sadly I have to agree with him. Rap is getting slightly better, but it is being watered down by “lyricists” whom do not need the hype. As far as the XXL cover, I think mostly everyone agrees with The Game that was a catastrophe in itself.
As far as Bigger Than Me, it is a crazy record, and only time will tell if any rappers respond. This track will be featured on The Game’s upcoming album, Blood Money La Familia, which will be released sometime in September!