Is The Game about to step away from the rap game?
The firey Compton rapper claims that his third album will be the last installment of his career as a rapper, in a recent taping for QD3's Beef IV.
The rapper didn't expound on his exodus, but stated that he's achieved what he sought to do in Hip-Hop.
"I think three classic albums are good for me, you know?" The Game said, eventually using the past tense. "I got my point across. I was a prominent figure on the West Coast and a bigger figure in Hip-Hop as a whole. I think I made my impact enough for my name to be said and remembered."
He also credited producer Dr. Dre for helping him achieve his success.
"Dr. Dre, working with him and him molding me and and helping place me among Hip-Hop's elite MC's is good enough for me," he said. "Last album. One more to go."
The Game, born Jayceon Terrell Taylor, has been in a number of high-profile rap beefs and appears to feel the need to relax.
"Right now I'm taking a break from Hip-Hop and enjoying time with my family and my friends," he said.
The Game released The Doctor's Advocate in 2006 and the multi-platinum debut, The Documentary in 2005.