After a three-year hiatus, The Game has finally released his latest and final studio album, Born 2 Rap.

Released today, November 29, the 25-track album counts features from the late Nipsey Hussle, as well as cameos from 21 Savage, Ed Sheeran, Bryson Tiller, Anderson .Paak, Masego, D Smoke, and many more. According to the rapper, the album took three years to make, and it will be his last and final album.

In a radio interview with LA's Power 106 last summer, the Compton-born rapper dropped the bombshell that this "is the last album." If you still needed convincing, he sprinkled confirmations throughout Born 2 Rap — for example, in the track "Welcome Home" featuring Nipsey Hussle, The Game closed his verse with: "Welcome to my last album, Nip, time to close shop."

The Game's new project follows his previous album 1992, which came out in October 2016. Stream the album below.

What To Read Next