Game, who started his career with Interscope Records, is about to be a free agent, as his fifth album under the label will fulfill his contract. While the Compton MC doesn't have a solid release date for his supposedly upcoming album Jesus Piece, he's steadily preparing what route he'll partake afterwards. During an interview with MTV News, Game stated, "This is my last album with Interscope under my contract, I'll say that. Interscope has a lot of money, and money makes me happy, so we'll see."

When asked if there was a possibility of him linking with Cash Money Records, the rapper claimed, "Anybody that got the right situation for me and the right money. Baby is like a big brother to me, Wayne is like a brother to me, Mack Maine, the whole Cash Money/Young Money team, it's always been love with them so we'll see."

As of now, both his album Jesus Piece, and a possible new record deal are up in the air. But whatever the situation might be, Game appears optimistic. "It's going to be a real, real, real, cool situation to be in." —XXL Staff (@XXL)