The Game is using Nipsey Hussle's Victory Lap quotable line for a label 'Prolific Records'
The Game announce his newly founded label called Prolific Records—a name that was inspired by Nipsey's distinct face tattoo.
The Game announced his new label, Prolific Records
Earlier this week, the 39-year-old Compton rapper took to his Instagram account to announce his new record label, Prolific Records, the same name that the late Nipsey Hussle had tattooed on his face. Along with the announcement,
The Game said that the album will be released through his new record label, Prolific Records, next month. More notably, he shared that the collection will be his last studio release.
Born 2 Rap will also feature an unreleased verse from Nipsey Hussle, as well as a rumored guest appearance from Meek Mill, whom he recently made peace with.
Many people on social media began to accuse the ‘Hate It or Love It’ rapper of trying to capitalize off of Nipsey’s name.
The Game responded to those accusations in a lengthy post on his IG Story. See the post below.