The Game made some surprising statements recently when he stated that he and 50 Cent had some unpublished songs, which he described as "timeless."
The famous California rapper appeared in an episode of Uproxx Popular Party lately, and discussed with the host, Talib Kweli, if there was any chance that he would ever collaborate with 50 Cent again.
The game explained that he was open to the possibility of working with his former enemy, especially for the sake of his fans, who would be delighted to hear his music.
Compton's rapper also jokingly added that if he and Curtis had never had a fight, they probably would have already been billionaires.
He said: “I would entertain it. I am selfless. I am a selfless MC. I feel that I would do it for the sake of the cats that want to hear it, that they want to see it, that they enjoy at the time that we had 50 and me. If I and 50 never had a fight, my black man, we could be billionaires for now. Me and him in the studio, just with engineers, were like A, B, C, D, E, F, G. Just like he knew what to do, I knew what to do. We put our voices together, and that shit did magic. I have songs with 50 that are still on hard drives in my house that are eternal. "
He added: "Be one thing for sure, if 50 is going to be a power in hip-hop at any time from now on, or it will come with something that will really look and judge like & # 39; Damn it, 50 years ago & # 39; " it has to stand by my side. "
The Game and 50 Cent met in late 2003 after they were first signed with Aftermath Entertainment, a label owned by Dr. Dre at that time.
The two were initially close. Even so, their friendship soon deteriorated, and not long after the arrival of Game's first album. The documentary, the friction between them became a piece of public knowledge.
The tension between two rappers intensified to a dispute that involved many teasing and even shootings over the years until they finally called a truce in 2016.
During his interview with Kweli, Game mentioned that even if he and 50 Cent were in peaceful terms, Curtis was someone who forgives but does not forget past things.
In addition, Game stated that if his colleague wanted to return to hip-hop, he had to do so in collaboration with his former enemy.