Kelly Rowland recorded this song for Pepsi Beats of the Beautiful Game, a collection of 11 anthem-like songs and short films released for the 2014 Brazil World Cup.
"I was immediately attracted to 'The Game' because I can identify with its theme of overcoming challenges and finding your voice," said Rowland. "It's a very important message and I'm honored to partner with Pepsi on a project that brings the worlds of music, sports, and film together. As an artist - and a huge film and sports fan - it's been an incredible experience."
The song's visual was filmed by Spike Lee, whose other music clips on his resume include Michael Jackson's "They Don't Care About Us" and Eminem's "Headlights." The short film shows a soccer-loving young Brazilian boy journeying to the World Cup.