Psyched for the World Cup? Kelly Rowland is, and she has a new music video to prove it.
As part of Pepsi’s Beats of the Beautiful Game album, Rowland recorded “The Game,” a song that tackles the game of soccer, the FIFA World Cup and its ability to unite people and nations in nationalistic fervor.
A video is out for the tune just in time for the first match of the World Cup between Brazil and Croatia later today (June 12), and as expected, it takes the soccer theme and runs — or, perhaps, dribbles — with it.
The Spike Lee-directed video follows Pixote, a young Brazilian boy who’s a big soccer fan and player.