Either Game is bored or he really, really loves tattoos. The Compton rapper just added more ink to his well-toned body and shared the images on his Instagram page.

This time, Game received a tat of Dr. Dre's classic debut LP, 'The Chronic.' He also got the cover of his own 2005 debut album, 'The Documentary,' which features his son Harlem. The artwork is especially significant because his mentor Dre worked on both critically-acclaimed albums.

"Gettin 'THE CHRONIC' album tatted on the stomach... OUCH!" he writes. "But when I think about what this album did for my city... The pain disappears. That's Life. #Compton."

Chuck Taylor's 'Documentary' tattoo had to sting a little bit since it's also located on the other side of his lower abdomen. Nevertheless, he was proud of the artwork, which was done by his go-to guy Peter Koskela. "This one by the homie @petertattooist might be my favorite thus far," he wrote. "#TheDocumentary album with my oldest son @harlemcarontaylor on the cover... #CLASSIC !!!!!!!"

Game has been racking up an impressive list of tattoos ever since he started his "60 Days of Fitness" challenge. Along with his Compton tat he also an image of the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes.

As for his exercise regime, the results are quite impressive. Game even managed to inspire others to participate in the challenge. Pop superstar Taylor Swift and VH1 reality star La La have joined the fitness program. No doubt, Game is on!


Caption: "@TaylorSwift stopped by the @60DaysOfFitness training session to say what up [and] get started on her #60DaysOfFitness"


Watch Game's 'Celebration' Video Feat. Lil Wayne, Tyga & Wiz Khalifa