Video: Waka Flocka Flame – “Game On” feat. Good Charlotte

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Apparently Waka Flocka Flame released a song out with Good Charlotte. In case you don’t know who Good Charlotte is, they’re a pop-punk band from the early 2000s. They had songs like “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” go gold in 2002 – further revealing my old age. They’ve pretty much been on hiatus since 2011 and haven’t recorded a new album since 2010. How do I know this? Because I’ve used my Googles. Anyway, this song is for that new Pixels film coming out later this month. Now, the tandem of Waka Flocka, a rapper who is basically losing more and more of his street cred as I type this thing out, and a seemingly irrelevant early 2000s pop group have record a music video for this "Game On" track. Honestly, when I heard this track back last month I was baffled but now, hearing it over again -- along with an equally nauseating video -- I'm convinced this is the worst thing to happen to rap in 2015 thus far. But you be the judge. Check out "Game On" after the jump.

New Music: Waka Flocka Flame – “Game On” feat. Good Charlotte

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Uhhh, what? You're as confused as I am. Apparently Waka Flocka Flame has a song out with Good Charlotte. In case you don't know who Good Charlotte is, they're a pop-punk band from the early 2000s. They had songs like "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" go gold in 2002--further revealing my age. They've pretty much been on hiatus since 2011 and haven't recorded a new album since 2010. How do I know this? Because I've used my Googles. But for some strange reason they've reunited (I guess?) with one of Atlanta's long forgotten rappers, Waka Flocka (Flockaveli 2 should be out sometime soon, I think. All I know is I still love the first Flockaveli.) Also another baffling thing about this entire scheme here is that it's for the soundtrack of a movie called Pixels, which stars Adam Sandler and Kevin James (how exciting, right?) that's due out July 24th. "Game On" just reminds me how far we've traveled since Run-D.M.C. and Aerosmith. Listen to "Game On" after the jump... if you want.