Game, who recently became a free agent after completing his contractual obligations to Universal Music Group’s Interscope Geffen A&M, recently spoke about his future plans.
“My contract is done with Interscope,” Game said in an interview with artistdirect.com. “I was done after my fifth album, which was Jesus Piece. I’m a free agent now. I’ve been getting lots of calls. There have been so many meetings. The cool thing is to have five platinum albums under your belt and still be able to have people appreciate you and the momentum to keep it going. It’s just beautiful. I don’t know specifically where I’ll end up. I’ve been entertaining a lot of options.”
Game, whose The Documentary album was certified double platinum by the RIAA, also said he is leaning towards signing with Cash Money Records.
“For people who are fans of The Game and really got the last album, I’ve been leaning that way for a little while,” Game said. “I talk to Stunna at least two or three times a week. He always says how big of an opportunity it would be for him and for myself to swing that way. You never know, man. I know he’s got a lot of money, and I love money [laughs].”