Game has been teasing hisOperation Kill Everything mixtape for some time now. With no forseeable release date for the project, it was hard to guage when we'd be seeing it. In a recent interview, Game has clarified that it will be coming sooner than we expect, and his subsequent 6th album is also in the works.

"Me and Ski about to drop this OKE Mixtape in like a week or so." Game revealed. "It's gonna be crazy, got everybody on that."

The rapper also spoke of his follow up to Jesus Piece, which he apparently just began work on. "Just started back working with Cool & Dre on a new album." he said, going on to reveal a big feature from the project. "I did my first song for the new album with ScHoolBoy Q, which is gonna be a dope song."

As far as producers for the album, the Compton emcee promised a mix of old and new. "The usual suspects. I'mma go see Swizz, Timbaland and Just Blaze in a little while, and I'm gonna give some upcoming producers a shot."

Following the rumors that he may sign with Cash Money, Game explained that he only has one requirement for his prospective label. "I'm thinking about anybody who can write that cheque." he said.

While his new label The Firm will be independently run, Game will be looking for a new home if he's not happy with what Interscope has to offer. "I'm signed with Interscope until I go have a meeting to see whether I want to move on." he said.

Game spoke on his label's new title, which was inspired by the Nas supergroup of the same name. "I didn't even talk to Nas about it," he said. "The Firm was an album, it wasn't a label. It's just paying homage." The rapper explained that tribute is a common theme in his work. "From the beginning of my career to the end, it's always gonna be an homage to somebody."

Game refused to reveal the title of his new effort, though it seemed he may not have settled on one yet. "Nah, ain't tellin', thinkin'." he said.

On whether it would bear a similarly controversial cover to his previous album, the emcee said "You know with Game it's always gonna be controversial to somebody."