Charge It To The Game’s “Bite Me” Is Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen

Fat Tony and Kyle Mabson defy all expectations — again.

Charge It To The Game (a.k.a. Houston rapper Fat Tony and Los Angeles producer/D.I.Y. guy Kyle Mabson's new Run the Jewels-style supergroup) shared an only wonky-seeming video for "Bite," featuring Hemlock Ernst (a.k.a. Sam Herring from Future Islands), the lead single off their recently-released debut EP The Urban Hall of Fame. It features a bobble-headed Bart Simpson and Street Fighter's Chun-Li (played by Brittney Scott) are fully absorbed in their video game in the back of a van that is being tailed by an odd cast of characters (the easter bunny, a juggler, a man wearing just a g-string, and so on) — and we say "wonky-seeming" because, as the boys explained in an email to The FADER, it is supposed to be different.

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"[We] wanted to make a video that didn't look like anything for a song that didn't sound like anything right now," they wrote. "[We] think we got it done." Agreed.

Charge It To The Game's The Urban Hall of Fame EP is available on cassette and for download via Nathan Williams (of Wavves) Ghost Ramp; cop it here.

Charge It To The Game’s “Bite Me” Is Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen