American rapper, The Game has signed Nigerian act, Terry G on his entertainment company better known as Black Wall Street Records.

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The move, sources say, was facilitated by Suni Osorun, a Nigerian and co-founder of the entertainment company, which has its base in the United States of America.

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It would be recalled that Terry G has been hobnobbing with Suni Osorun in the last five months and recently inked the deal with the entertainment company.

Pulse reliably gathered that the Black Wall Street Records is a record label founded by Jayceon 'The Game' Taylor, his half-brother, George 'Big Fase 100' Taylor III and Suni Osorun 'Big Suni'.

It was further gathered that Terry G has earned himself a fortune in the new deal, which has seen him relocating to highbrow area, Lekki with a Ferrari car valued at $200K

Before his debut album, 'The Documentary,' The Game dropped a series of mixtapes on his own label, The Black Wall Street and after leaving G-Unit Records, The Game has been running the company alongside Osorun.

Sources say though the company hasn't released an official retail album, it has released several mixtapes including the "Black Wall Street Journal" and "BWS Radio" series. Former artists who have been on the label include: Eastwood, Techniec, Cyssero, Vita, Ya Boy, and Charli Baltimore.