Rap artist 'The Game' sells Glendale home at a loss

Lauren Beale
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Jayceon Taylor, the rap musician and reality TV actor known as Game or the Game, has sold his gated house in Glendale for $1.63 million, the Los Angeles Times reports

He bought the house in 2005 for $1.9 million, public records show.

The updated house, built in 1958, features an open floor plan, high ceilings with skylights, four bedrooms and five bathrooms in 4,667 square feet of living space on two stories. And, of course, there’s a game room.

The one-third-acre lot has a swimming pool and barbecue area.

Taylor, 33, can be seen paint-balling with his posse and parenting on the show “Marrying the Game.” A fixture on the West Coast hip-hop scene, he has worked with Dr. Dre, G-Unit and Chris Brown, among others. His studio albums include "The Documentary" (2005), "LAX" (2008) and "Jesus Piece" (2012).

He owns another property in Northridge.

Edward Dolce and Kenneth Marker of Rodeo Realty handled the Glendale sale.

-- Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times


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