Video: Saigon ft. Marsha Ambrosius – Game Changer (Behind The Scenes)

Here is a quick behind the scenes look at Saigon’s next single ‘Game Changer’ featuring Marsha Ambrosius. His new album The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses hit stores yesterday.

Previously: Saigon – Blown Away (Video)


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12 Responses to “Video: Saigon ft. Marsha Ambrosius – Game Changer (Behind The Scenes)”

  1. &What?! Says:

    SMFH Ralphy prolly watched this video and thought ‘fuck that.’

  2. Ralph Lauren Says:

    Harlem World:

    You’re correct, I had a meeting with my advisors and they had forewarned me about the raging popularity in within the C-List rap culture (Smoke Dizza? Smoke Dizzay? what, Vado and countless other NYC bums) and I had ignored the recent influx of the popularity of the brand due to rampant sales in the 212 area code. I couldnt help it, I bought 4 new rari’s for my car collection last year just cause the sales were so good 4th quarter 2011. Exceeded all projections.

    But its times I shut it down and go on to bigger,better over produced merchandise for the masses to suck up.

    Stay tuned.

  3. harlem World Says:

    A recent article by AdAge revealed some research that suggested that most celebrities do not increase sales. “We studied every nationally televised ad for the first 11 months of 2010 and found that celebrity ads performed either below average or merely equaled it,” said the publication.

    In fact, the magazine discovered thatone-fifth of celebrity ads had a negative impact on advertising effectiveness.It noted that with today’s social media, consumers are not as easily swayed by a celebrity as they once were.”Today’s consumer is more likely to be influenced by someone in [his or her] social media network than a weak celebrity connection.”

  4. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    instagr.am/p/RvgLARwcvP/

    > fuck kelis & the IRS.

    gattdamn what a nigga gotta do to make a half a million…

  5. Ralph Lauren Says:

    Probably the only unofficial, official sponsor of my merchandise is Young Droseph.

  6. big_seth Says:

    Ralph Lauren
    4 mins ago
    Probably the only unofficial, official sponsor of my merchandise is Young Droseph.
    ^^

    Lol

  7. harlem World Says:

    But its times I shut it down and go on to bigger,better over produced merchandise for the masses to suck up.

    =================
    the chinese making a bundle with all that counterfeit polo

    they got countefeit beats by dre, mulberr, gucci, lv, louboutins

    you name it

    people know its fake but cop anyway, cus it looks so real

  8. harlem World Says:

    mulberry*

  9. big_seth Says:

    So it’s been a bit since this GKMC dropped.

    Are you dudes still not fuckin with it???

    This shit is great IMO. I don’t see how you wouldn’t like it I you fuck with hip hop. Anyone want to give an honest opinion?

  10. &What?! Says:

    GKMC > oxygen, sex, water, food, warmth, clothes, females, pussy, music, alcohol, drugs, money, freedom, existence

  11. harlem World Says:

    dre turns the lights out in the studio and lights a candle, as kendrick gives him a private freestyle

  12. JDS Says:

    So it’s been a bit since this GKMC dropped.

    Are you dudes still not fuckin with it???

    This shit is great IMO. I don’t see how you wouldn’t like it I you fuck with hip hop. Anyone want to give an honest opinion?

    ^^

    The thing that’s so dope about it is that every song, even most of the bonuses, all have a purpose in fitting the narrative.

    The album sounds like there were no leftovers/throwaways. He made 15/16 songs, cut a few for exclusives and that’s it.

    You don’t hear that kind of cohesiveness anywhere lately.

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