The Game Signs to Cash Money Records

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By: / October 13, 2013

About this time last year, the Game was heavily promoting his final contract obligation with Interscope, Jesus Piece. On one of the LPs outtakes, titled “Black Jesus,” the Compton emcee rapped: “Five albums, five masterpieces, can’t leave rap alone, the Game needs it.” While Jesus Piece might have meant the last album for Jayceon Taylor at Interscope, it’s not the last one folks will ever see from him on a label. The versatile emcee’s signing to new home Cash Money Records was confirmed today by none other than Cash Money co-founder Birdman.


What does it mean? A new album from the Game within a year, we predict, if not sooner. But to hold you over and to coincide with this new chapter in the Game’s rap career, you can always hit download on his new DJ Skee-hosted mixtape OKE — that stands for Operation Kill Everything, released only a couple days back.