Game's soon-to-be-released Jesus Piece will be his last record with Interscope, after which his contractual obligations will have been filled. Wasting no time, he's decided to hit the ground running by starting up his very own label, Rolex Records, with fellow rapper and pal Stat Quo. 

"I just started a new record label, Rolex Records, and we're going to get off the ground and see if we can move," he told Billboard. The decision to pair up with Stat Quo stems from a longtime camaraderie. "He was signed to Aftermath with me in the beginning. Now we're business partners, which is cool because he was a good friend of mine and he's just as equally music smart so we'll see how it goes."

The label will serve as an outlet for his new music, as "that is the idea behind it," but for the time being, that's about it. No plans yet to sign any artists yet, or at least, "no one that needs notoriety right now."

Having found an office space in LA, Game says they're still "in the baby stages. We've been up and running for about 30 days. We're gonna do it big though." 

Check out his latest track "Judas Closet," with Nipsey Hussle produced by Timbaland.