LISTEN TO BEAM’S NEW SONG “PSYCHO” HERE
The world’s most prominent esports and entertainment organization, FaZe Clan, together with producers Invisible Narratives, just released the official trailer for upcoming horror feature film “Crimson,” which stars FaZe Rug and arrives October 29th. The trailer also reveals a first look at FaZe Clan’s forthcoming, limited-edition collaboration with Beats by Dr. Dre (Beats) who serves as a brand partner on the film. FaZe Clan is also releasing a “Crimson” capsule today alongside the trailer release. The capsule features a new tee and hoodie that will only be available as a bundle which includes a pre-order of the film. Fans will be able to purchase the “Crimson” capsule at www.fazeclan.com.
Directed by Gregory Plotkin (“Paranormal Activity”), pre-sale tickets for the spooky thriller are available now. “Crimson” marks the first starring role in a Hollywood film for mega-influencer FaZe Rug (27M+ followers across platforms).
Pre-sale tickets are available on Inviz.tv.
Additionally, Grammy Award-winning artist and producer BEAM will release a new album that serves as the soundtrack for the movie, distributed by Epic Records. The collection of songs will be BEAM’s first release of all-new material since his acclaimed debut EP 95, which featured his single “Unda Amor.” BEAM has produced for artists including 21 Savage and 2 Chainz, and has further collaborated with M.I.A., Cadenza, Skrillex, Ambré, Childish Major, Abby Jasmin, Odalys, and more. Just last week, his new music was featured in Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty show, and he earned a Latin GRAMMY nomination for “Best Urban Song” for his collaboration with Major Lazer, MC Lan and Anitta, “Rave de Favela.” The all-new set of original and unreleased tracks will be available in full on October 29th; the “Crimson” trailer features lead single “Psycho” off of the upcoming album.
Get “Psycho” HERE at all DSPs.
The trailer also reveals a first look at a brand-new, limited-edition Beats product. Apple, Old Spice, G-Fuel are brand sponsors of the film.