Rapper Game's 'The R.E.D. Album' is not even a month old and he's already working on his fifth album. Mr. Chuck Taylor revealed the title of his new LP during a video chat session on Tuesday (Sept. 13).

“The next album is called 'Soundtrack to Chaos,'" Game said while in the studio with production team 1500 or Nothin’ who produced 'R.E.D.''s most interesting track, 'Martians vs. Goblins' featuring Lil Wayne and Odd Future's Tyler the Creator. The Compton, Calif., rhyme-spitter also said that he's riding solo on the next project -- no guest features allowed. "In my dream world, it would be all produced by [1500 or Nothin']," he said. "It’s my last album on Interscope. No features, nobody to clear. That’s it. Once the samples good, we good. Nobody on the hook except us. No Weezy, [Young Jeezy], Drake, no singer, no nothing -- just us. That’s it."

Really, Game? That sounds kind of a drastic move for your next project, but at least you're trying something different on your final album for Interscope. “I want all the beats to be just stupid, noisy s---, not no regular s---," Game explains further to producer Mars. "The s--- gotta make a n---a like, ‘Damn, this album is just crazy.’ Album number five."

While it's good to know that Game is thinking ahead of his future projects, he should continue to promote 'The R.E.D. Album.' There are a couple of joints on the LP that deserve some radio burn like 'Good Girls Go Bad,' 'All I Know' and 'Mama Knows' (Feat. Nelly Furtado). We are also on the fence with the album's title, 'Soundtrack of Chaos.' It sounds more like a title to a movie soundtrack, than a rap album. Oh well, we will have to see if Game sticks with that idea.

Watch the First Session For Game's 5th Album Video