July 23, 2007. 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 Curtis.
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.