Rapper The Game is slamming his old record label. Recently, the Compton emcee took to Twitter to call Interscope Records out for its alleged mistreatment of music artists.
The Game signed to Interscope in the early years of his career, agreeing to a five-album requirement from the label.
After delivering five No.1 projects and fulfilling his contractual obligations in 2013, he announced that he was “a free agent.”
In the years since, The Game independently released a slew of projects, including The Documentary 2, The Documentary 2.5, 1992 and Born 2 Rap, which he once claimed would be his last album.