After years of being on a major label, rapper Game is now going the independent route. The Compton rhymer will release his first indie album, 'Blood Money La Familia,' in September via eOne Entertainment.

The project, due in stores Sept. 16, is being executive produced by Game's longtime manger Cash "Wack" Jones and rapper Stat Quo. The set's kick-off singles will be 'Bigger Than Me' and 'Or Nah,' which will drop later this month.

Alan Grunblatt, President of eOne Music, is ecstatic to work with such an esteemed rap artist.

"Game makes music people care about. I’m looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship between him, Cash Jones and eOne," he said via a press release.

As for the LP, Game says, "'Blood Money La Familia' will be another No. 1 album."

Game is a 10-year veteran in the rap game. The 34-year-old rhymer released five albums for Interscope Records beginning with his 2005 debut album, 'The Documentary.' His last album, 'Jesus Piece' (2012), boasts the hit singles, 'Celebration,' 'Hallelujah' and 'All That (Lady).'

We wish Game much success in his new music venture with eOne Entertainment.