West Coast rapper The Game knows what the rap game needs. The MC recently reflected on his publicized rift with former G-Unit labelmate 50 Cent and the possibility of teaming back up for music.
Back in the mid-’00s, one of the most prominent names in the game was 50 Cent. Having burst onto the mainstream with his 2003 debut, 2005’s The Massacre saw the continued success of his G-Unit record label and associated G-Unit Clothing Company.
During this time, one of 50 Cent’s best-known collaborators was The Game (born Jayceon Taylor), who the former signed to G-Unit back in 2003.
However, by 2005, things had gone south for unknown reasons, with 50 revealing that The Game had been kicked off the label, igniting a feud that would last until 2016 and would involve not just a war of words, but an actual shootout as well.
While the pair seemed to have put aside their differences a few years back, the future of their partnership remains unclear.
However, in a new interview as part of the People’s Party With Talib Kweli podcast, The Game reveals that he would like to work with 50 Cent again, noting the pair could have beaten Jay-Z to becoming the first hip-hop billionaires if they’d never feuded.
Watch the interview down below.