The hip hop world is in for a huge shock. MediaTakeOut.com has learned
that the Game has agreed to record a track for 50 Cent's new album
We spoke exclusively with a key source in The Game's camp who explained
how the two superstars came together. The source told MediaTakeOut.com,
"[Game] contacted [50 Cent's management] and asked if he could record a
track. At first they refused, but in the last few weeks, they've
changed their minds." The insider continued, "[The Game] is set to go
into the studio this week … he's pretty excited about it."
And that's not all. According to our source, The Game may be on the
verge of re-joining with G-Unit. The insider explained to
MediaTakeOut.com, "Both [50 Cent] and [Game] are businessmen. It would
be great for both of them if Game were to return to The G-Unit … No
deal is signed yet, but they're talking about it – and both sides are
interested in making it work."
Outside of 50 Cent, The Game has been the most successful member of
G-Unit. His debut album sold nearly 6 million copies. That's more than
Tony Yayo's (700,000 copies), Young Buck's (2 million copies) and Lloyd
Banks' (2.5 million copies) debut albums combined.